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One Summer's Day - Belfast Telegraph readers' photo competition entries 2013
Stage drama set to focus on life in a loyalist flute band
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Joe Boyd's lecture at the Black Box is found lacking in colour
Legendary record producer Joe Boyd visited Belfast's Black Box on Saturday afternoon to reminisce about the cult singer-songwriter Nick Drake, who died in 1974.
Composer Howard Shelley inspires a memorable evening of music at the Ulster Hall
Howard Shelley is one of the most distinguished pianists and conductors of his generation, and he inspired the Ulster Orchestra, and the...
Photographers from Belfast Exposed display their work in a new exhibition at the MAC
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Billy Connolly's Irish shows sell out despite foul-mouthed tirade that reduced photographer to...
The controversy over a foul-mouthed tirade that reduced a female photographer to tears has done little to dent the popularity of...
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When talking is done, it's hard to love new Billy play
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Classical fest explores new arias of food and fashion
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Waiting is over... Let arts sing out!
Will Self, Lucy Caldwell, Sean Hughes, Lucy Rose and Gavin Esler. Sounds like a guest list for a great dinner party. But you can enjoy their company without even switching on the oven. They're just some of the cast who'll be educating and entertaining audiences as the...
Derry's culture year faces crisis as key events are pulled
A flagship project for the UK City Of Culture year is in chaos after key elements were pulled from the 2013 programme.
Taxpayer could face bill for £611k City of Culture shortfall
Culture Company chief executive Shona McCarthy yesterday denied that any of the City of Culture projects were completely dead in the water.
Review: Love, Billy at Lyric Theatre
It's been 30 years since we last saw Billy Martin, the hero of Graham Reid's much feted television trilogy. He left us without warning or forwarding address. And he left a Belfast punctuated with bullets and bomb blasts.
The shortlist for Derry’s Turner Prize announced
The Turner Prize organisers have announced the shortlist of artists who will be showcasing their work in Londonderry as part of the UK City of Culture celebrations.
In Pictures: Derry Turner Prize shortlist announced
An artist who orchestrates "live encounters" is up against a humorous cartoonist who once directed a video for Blur in this year's...
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Northern Ireland Nightlife: The Eg, Alibi, Parlour, Roxy, Belfast - December 2014
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Your Horoscopes by Russell Grant
You exude grace and charm. Don't be surprised when everybody wants to be seen with you. You create an aura of glamour wherever you go. If you're looking for love, you could find it with someone who has recently moved to the area. Offer to show this newcomer all the hotspots. Are you already in a relationship? You and your amour will benefit from a mini-break. Visit a nearby city or village that appeals to you both. You'll enjoy spending quality time together.More