DARA Ó Briain may have become a fixture on TV thanks to hits like Mock The Week, Dara Ó Briain's Go 8-Bit, Stargazing Live and Dara and Ed’s Big Adventure (his travel team-up with fellow Irish comic Ed Byrne), but the Co Wicklow comedian always returns to his first love of live stand-up comedy every year, to the delight of fans in Ireland and further afield.
THE estate of To Kill A Mockingbird author Harper Lee has filed suit over an upcoming Broadway adaptation of the novel, arguing that screenwriter Aaron Sorkin's script wrongly alters Atticus Finch and other characters from the book.
A GRITTY new play marking the 50th anniversary of the civil rights campaign in Belfast is set to open in the Lyric Theatre this month, leaving no tricky topic unexplored according to one of the actresses among a talented 17-strong cast.
THE voices of 300 children from Belfast will join together with the Ulster Orchestra tomorrow evening for a concert that combines shadow puppetry with a child's fascination about the world around them.
HER photo of horses outside an abandoned house became a defining image of the Republic’s economic collapse and now award-winning photographer Kim Haughton has trained her lens on Irish people for the latest body of work: ‘Portrait of a Century’.
WRITTEN by Kabosh Theatre Co's own project facilitator Dominic Montague and directed by their artistic director, Paula McFettridge, Quartered: Belfast, A Love Story is an hour-long promenade piece in which audiences are guided around Belfast city centre while listening to "a love story between two people and their city".