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Theatre: All's not fair in love and loss

Winners and Losers, Lyric Theatre, Belfast - Until June 10, 7.45pm


Pauline Goldsmith

Pauline Goldsmith

Pauline Goldsmith

A welcome opportunity to see Brian Friel's two-part meditation on love and loss. In Winners we meet Joe and Mag, a young couple with a secret between them and a shadow over them. In Losers, Andy and Hanna cope with the unromantic reality of domestic life after the spark has gone out.

Friel's play has as much to say about Ireland's shifting social attitudes as it does about love.

For box office, tel: 028 9038 1081.

Bright Colours Only

Mac Belfast

Tonight and tomorrow, 8pm

After more than a decade pushing up the daisies, Pauline Goldsmith resurrects her legendary, quintessential Irish wake, celebrating the struggle to be ourselves in life and death. Underneath the laughs, it has plenty to say about dying and what it is to be alive.

For box office, tel: 028 9023 5053.

The Simon and Garfunkel Story

Riverside Theatre Coleraine

Tomorrow, 8pm

The story of how two young boys from Queens, New York went on to become the world's most successful music duo of all time. The show starts at their beginnings as 50s duo Tom & Jerry, and charts their progress through the songs and stories that shaped them, the dramatic split, their solo careers and ends with a stunning recreation of the 1981 Central Park reunion concert.

For box office, tel: 028 7012 3123.


Mac Belfast

Tonight and tomorrow, 7.45pm

This wickedly wild performance is made up of three acts: The Entrance, Clowns and Exit, performed by the hottest new talent in Hofesh Schechter Company. SHOW revolves around a group of anarchic performers as they play their parts in a macabre circus. It's a performance that will drag you along in its wake. Warning: creepy clowns.

For box office, tel: 9023 5053.

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