What's on: 9 things to do in Northern Ireland this week
What's on in Northern Ireland this week:
Belfast-based choreographer and director Paula O’Reilly will bring her comic...
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Stars of the stage attend the biggest night on Broadway - the Tony Awards 2017.
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When Fionnuala Kennedy was a young mum with a two-year-old daughter, her life...
It's officially summer and there is plenty to keep you occupied across Northern Ireland this week.
The Ulster Museum is celebrating the work of Belfast-born artist Sir John Lavery in a new exhibition titled Artist as Thief.
Former soap actress Cheryl Fergison is making her Lyric Theatre debut in Belfast next week in a stage adaptation of The Ladykillers from Father Ted writer Graham Linehan.
Belfast star Nuala McKeever returns to the Lyric Theatre, Belfast this week with her one woman show In The Window as dark themes are looked at with that famous McKeever humour.
The artist dubbed the ‘Belfast Banksy’ has unveiled a new 50ft installation at The Filthy Quarter in Belfast, featuring some of Northern Ireland’s best known heroes including Carl Frampton and Liam Neeson.
Summer is racing towards us, but let's hope the weather is informed so we can enjoy the various events happening across Northern Ireland this week.
Trainspotting Live is described as an 'immersive' experience for the audience. That's a bit of an understatement.
The launch of Belfast Mela 2017 offered a glimpse of the bright colours and exotic sights set to transform Botanic Gardens this August bank holiday weekend.
As we head into another May Bank Holiday Weekend, take a look at what's on across Belfast and Northern Ireland this week.
Titanic the musical is stopping off in Belfast next year.
Proms in the Park is heading west in Northern Ireland this year. For the first time the annual nationwide BBC celebration of popular classical music will come live from the National Trust's Castle Coole estate in Co Fermanagh on Saturday, September 9.
Acclaimed poet Maureen O'Boyle is the proud recipient of the inaugural Ireland Chair of Poetry Travel Award.
A lost oil painting by a Belfast-born artist has turned up after 90 years and is set to fetch between £38,000 and £54,000 at auction in America next week.
Dublin actress and West End star Jacinta Whyte will take on the role of Angela in the Belfast premiere of Angela's Ashes - The Musical this summer.
Northern Ireland's only dedicated puppet festival is set to return later this month.
Unfortunately summer seems to have come and gone in Northern Ireland but here's a look at what's happening in Belfast and across Northern Ireland this week.
Trainspotting Live will be arriving at the MAC, Belfast later this month bringing the fast-paced hedonistic story of a group of Scottish friends who are living through the Edinburgh heroin scene.
Belfast Photo Festival 2017 has been launched and will explore sexuality and gender in a month long programme of events.
Belfast actress Seainin Brennan, who is in Sinners at the Lyric Theatre, tells Lee Henry why our up and coming film and TV industry means she can finally put down roots in her native city.
Singer Ed Sheeran has sat for a portrait by Belfast-based artist Colin Davidson, which will be unveiled at the National Portrait Gallery in London.
As the weather improves, take a look at what is happening in Belfast and across Northern Ireland this week.
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