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By Chrissie Russell

Don't panic! McFly have just released additional tickets for their much anticipated show in the Odyssey on November 21.

The popular four-piece are currently riding high in the charts with their single the heart never lies and excitement is growing for what promises to be a great gig. Limited tickets are available priced £26 seated/ £18.50 standing from Ticketmaster on 0870 2434455 or from the Odyssey Box Office tel: 9073 9074.

Calling all wannabe Spielbergs and Scorseses - the deadline date is fast approaching for entries for the Northern Ireland Screen Digital Shorts Programme. Successful applications will be decided on the basis of a short film script and storyboard for a narrative of no more than five minutes and production costs under £10,000. The lucky few that make the final cut will work with industry professionals in pursuit of seeing their cinematic vision come to the big screen. For more details see .

Sticking with young hopefuls - budding opera singers should get down to the University of Ulster Magee campus on Wednesday, November 7 for a chance to star in the chorus of Peter Morgan Barnes' The Imposter. Tenors and bases are in particular demand but anyone with some singing training should apply to Peter Rosser at by Monday.

Belfast postrock outfit Tracer AMC (above) have just finished their third album, Violence, recorded last week at the Oh Yeah Music Centre. Fans of the band's emotive brand of music will be delighted to hear that their music will finally be available for download world wide from November 19 on itunes.

Ex Undertone Feargal Sharkey, Shine and Stiff Kitten promoter Alan Simms and label boss James Cassidy are just some of the big names speaking at the Spring and Airbrake this Wednesday afternoon in a one off talk about the music industry. Places for this event are still available; email or tel: 9092 3488.

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