Belfast Telegraph

Thursday 28 August 2014

Pop/Dance Music 28/5/10

Annie Mac

Annie Mac, Ulster Hall, Belfast, Tomorrow, 8.30pm

Having first become involved with Belfast's dance music culture as a ticket-seller for Shine during her days at Queen's University, Dubliner Annie Mac is now headlining an event staged by her former employers.

Now synonymous with cutting edge music, thanks to her BBC Radio 1 show, Annie Mac is one of the best known women in clubbing, playing alongside breakthrough acts including Toddla T and Rusko, as well as big hitters such as Soulwax and Erol Alkan.

Tickets priced at £22 are available from www.shine.net .

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