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Stephen G Large on the return of the Dundonald Liberation Army

David Roy
THE boys are back in town: Dundonald Liberation Army (DLA) stalwarts Davy 'The Venezuelan' Taylor and John 'Horse' McCracken will stage their latest show of strength at The MAC in Belfast next month with Lockdown DLA – the third instalment of writer Stephen G Large's comedy saga centred on Dundonald's most foolish freedom fighters.

Féile na hAbhann makes triumphant return

Robert McMillen
WHILE going out to a festival event at one of our bigger venues is great, there are many communities in Belfast which have traditionally been starved of affordable cultural events to attend.

Director Vincent Kinnaird on his inspirational new Fr Des Wilson doc

David Roy

"DES'S voice was very much down-to-earth and of the people, and sometimes it's harder to get that out there – but we will keep trying," says director Vincent Kinnaird of the ongoing battle to get broadcasters interested in Fr Des: The Way He Saw It, his new documentary about much-loved west Belfast priest Fr Des Wilson which recently premiered at the Galway Film Fleadh.

New to stream: Thirteen Lives and The Sandman

Damon Smith

THIRTEEN LIVES (Cert 12A, 147 mins, streaming from August 5 exclusively on Prime Video, Drama/Action) Starring: Viggo Mortensen, Colin Farrell, Joel Edgerton, Paul Gleeson, Tom Bateman, Sahajak Boonthanakit, Teeradon Supapunpinyo, Vithaya Pansringarm.

Review: Breadboy - A slice of life in 70s Belfast

Jane Hardy
Review Breadboy Lyric Theatre TONY Macaulay's first bestselling memoir Paperboy spawned a terrific musical with music by Duke Special and words by Andrew Doyle which had two sell-out runs in Belfast.