Theatre: Viewing life through prism of Beckett's vision
Both Sides by Jane Coyle The Old Courthouse, Market Square, Antrim Tonight, 7.30pm
Two interlocking monologues, Me Here, Me and Before Before, are inspired by Samuel Beckett.
In the first, a young woman sits in a Paris cafe, watching the life of the street unfold. Everyday incidents seem unremarkable, until viewed through the prism of Beckett's vision, at which point troubling stories emerge.
In the second, a once-beautiful woman looks back ruefully on an eventful life and recalls a painful loss which still haunts her.
For details, tel: 028 9442 8331.
Teresa Livingstone: Delighted
Alley Theatre, Strabane
With a piano, a gin and the voice of a woman who has reached the point of no return, Teresa is ready and delighted to share all with you. One of the stars of BBCNI comedy show 'Late Licence', Teresa is a musical comedian whose original songs cover everything from sleazebags in bars, to workplace hatred, with a bit of cake and wine thrown in for good measure.
For details, tel: 028 7138 4444.
The Woman is Present: Women's Stories of the Second World War
Island Arts Centre, Lisburn
This creative reimagining of moments from the lives of women during the Second World War recalls stories of bravery, sacrifice and love amidst the horror of war, as women stood up against fascism and totalitarianism.
For more details, tel: 028 9250 9254.