Relatively Speaking: Karen and Lorna McLaughlin
All The Best: Dancing by Moonlight director Paula McFetridge
Friday People: Dermott Hickson
Black Twig Pickers - lowdown on the band from Blacksburg Virginia
Simply divine diva: Irish opera star Celine Byrne
Celine Byrne is offering to pose naked on her hotel bed for photographer David Fitzgerald, famous for his spectacular 'Flying Orangeman' shot from the summer parades riots.
Three festivals unite to hold Belfast-wide circus spectacular
Three of Belfast’s biggest arts festivals will be joining forces for an outdoor extravaganza for this year’s Ulster Bank Belfast Festival at Queen’s.
Belfast Festival: International talent to fore as Queen's event marks 51st year
It has a reputation as an international artistic melting pot – and this year will be no different.
How Richard went from box office to centre stage at Belfast Festival
The new man running the show at the "new" Belfast Festival at Queen's is an old boy of the "old" one. And Richard Wakely can't help but smile as he reminisces about how he was a festival volunteer in the Seventies when the city's biggest arts bash was still trying to keep going...
Artist putting a Belfast face in space
You wouldn't expect one of the biggest names in the art world to do things by half measures. And the massive artwork which Cuban-American Jorge Rodriguez-Gerada is planning for Belfast in the autumn is out of this world – a stunning image of a young girl which will be visible from space.
Artist Rodriguez-Gerada to give Belfast a new face
HE has created works of art all over the world - now internationally acclaimed Cuban-American artist Jorge Rodriguez-Gerada has been signed up as artist in residence at the Belfast Festival at Queen's.
Festival favourites ...the critics’ and audience choices
As the Ulster Bank Belfast Festival at Queen’s marked its 50th birthday this year, the Belfast Telegraph — media partner to the event — asked festival-goers to help celebrate the special occasion by choosing their favourite act to be named as winner of the Belfast Telegraph...
The Beat Carnival turned a Belfast night into a Day of the Dead
It was all for a good cause as the arts organisation helped the Ulster Bank Belfast Festival at Queen’s celebrate its 50th birthday bash with a ‘spooktacular’ celebration.
Cuba’s best export after cigars are still smokin’
Since they were introduced to the world via the evangelism of American musician Ry Cooder, the Buena Vista Social Club have been Cuba's most successful export since those cigars beloved of Bond villains.
Superstar soprano does Bach, Beatles and folk
A trio of musical greats came together for a delicate evening's entertainment in Clonard Monastery.
Composer flies the flag for marching band tunes
A century ago American pioneer Charles Ives was imitating the sound of marching bands in his music.
Horrors is a little gem for its cast
Despite having had just four days to rehearse and a morning to set the stage, Belfast's Music Theatre 4 Youth pulled off a terror-ific adaptation of Little Shop of Horrors last night.
We all must applaud this patriotic polemic
Belarus. A country where it’s forbidden to look a stranger in the eye. Where raising a flag can incur a beating from the police. Where just existing can somehow be a crime.
No safe seats to be had in a wealth of anarchy
Comic Adam Riches rolled into town with his gallery of grotesque characters, a gaggle of terrified punters upon which to work his sinister comedy magic.
Sublimely soulful voice enraptures audience
You know you're at a jazz performance when people applaud about five times throughout each song and the woman next to you tells you off for taking notes on an electronic pad.
Patents for technology to read brainwaves hugely increasing Technology
Call the midwife as Denise helps deliver dumped dog's new puppies Northern Ireland
Consultation launched to change alcohol licensing laws for outdoor stadiums in... Northern Ireland
Sir Kenneth Branagh's tribute to Wallander author Henning Mankell News
Belfast-educated scientist William C Campbell wins Nobel Prize for Medicine Northern Ireland
Northern Ireland's moral duty to help refugees
Invest NI puts up £2.6m for start-up scheme which is open to foreign firms
Past proof future of Northern Ireland can not be left to adults
Welfare reforms still divide Stormont leaders, says Theresa Villiers
IT giants in clash over Maysfield planning row: Concentrix raises objections to Allstate's plans for new base
Nightlife: Oktoberfest at King's Hall, Belfast
Electric Playground's full moon rave at Mandela Hall, Belfast
Freshers' week toga party at The Fly, Belfast
Nightlife: The Limelight, Belfast, Sept 2015
Nightlife: Ireland fans at The Albany, The Hudson, Ryan's Bar & The Bot
Nightlife: Zak's at The Apartment
Nightlife: Shine - The Classics
Tennent's Vital Day 2: The Script, Kodaline, Annie Mac, Clean Bandit and Jack Savoretti
Tennent's Vital Day 1: Calvin Harris, Ellie Goulding, John Newman, Disciples and BURNS
Twenty One Pilots at Belsonic Belfast 2015 [Photos]
Bastille at Belsonic 2015: fan photos
Belsonic 2015: Above and Beyond in pictures
Belsonic 2015: Hozier in pictures
Stereophonics rock Belsonic: In pictures
Belsonic 2015 Paloma Faith in pictures
Nightlife: The Eg, Alibi, & Parlour Belfast, July 2015
Nightlife: Box Nightclub
Northern Ireland Nightlife: Mandela Hall Taboo Pride Party, August 2015
Nightlife: Villa nighclub, July 2015
Nightlife: The Eg, Alibi, & Parlour Belfast, June 2015
From Belfast Telegraph
Jurgen Klopp to Liverpool: Romantic coach enchanted by club's history new
Microsoft unveils first-ever laptop, Hololens and Lumia phones
Republic of Ireland
Dublin cafe: 'If not happy with your food, don't f**king eat it'
Sun sets over Lough Neagh in Co Antrim [Photos]
Oktoberfest 2015 Munich photos and video
Old pics: Donaghadee, Holywood, Groomsport, Bangor, Cultra
The Troubles gallery - IRA checkpoint, early 1970s