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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.
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Festival favourites ...the critics’ and audience choices
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The Beat Carnival turned a Belfast night into a Day of the Dead
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Cuba’s best export after cigars are still smokin’
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Superstar soprano does Bach, Beatles and folk
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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
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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.
Add mobile users to gallery of scoundrels
Robert Powell returned after many years to the Belfast Festival at Queen's last night full of “happy memories of a time that was not very happy for the people of Belfast”.
Pitch-perfect vocalist an absolute joy
A robust but stylish piano accompaniment to the opening Schubert song set the pace for Swedish singer Camilla Tilling’s recital with German pianist Paul Rivinius in St George’s, High Street.
Story of the ‘Big Man’ is amplified on stage
News this week that the Reverend Ian Paisley has returned to public life just months after a serious illness may have been greeted with whoops in a dressing room at the Grand Opera House.
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Your Horoscopes by Russell Grant
An opportunity to expand your horizons is too good to ignore. Studying or travelling abroad will keep you far from home, but absence will make the heart grow fonder. If you have a beloved pet, make arrangements to travel with your companion. Don't let small inconveniences keep you from exploring new vistas. Have you been yearning to write a book? Begin now, while you have some stellar cosmic energy at your back. Great things can happen if you take a risk.More