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A new jazz club for Belfast

A new monthly Jazz Club will be opening in Belfast on Friday 1st March and after that on the first Friday of each month. The venue is upstairs in the new Sunflower Public House...

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Ursula Burns

The hugely popular Literary Lunchtimes at the Ulster Hall, with their readings and specially themed events showcasing works by popular writers, continue tomorrow when you can get the chance to explore the other side...

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Petunia and Mórga

Belfast city of music  sound like a NITB soundbite but there is a lot of truth in it. Moving on Music has been breaking musical glass ceilings for ages now with bands that might...

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Mixed Marriage

  The Lyric Theatre has unearthed a forgotten gem to begin its Tales of the City series. The St John Ervine play Mixed Marriage, running at the Lyric Theatre until 23 February, deals with...

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Once upon a time …

It’s not often a snow blizzard plays havoc with an interview but that’s just what happened a firtnight ago. We’re not talking about the skiff of snow we had last week, but a full-blown,...

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The Blame Game

The unionist hissy fit over Alex Maskey saying he would protect his home by throwing stones at attackers and their response to the flag protests speak volumes about the hypocrisy at the core of...

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Karine Polwart interview

  Karine Polwart is one of those people who, it seems, is an infinite seeker after the truth and who has the God-given talent to wrap that truth up in a package of words...

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Zoe Conway and John McIntyre

While the blades of a police helicopter whirled noisily in the grey skies above the Black Box, inside was a thing of beauty and light. Belfast has long been a bipolar city and Saturday showed...

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British Belfast

“I burned all along the Lough, (Neagh) within four miles of Dungannon and killed one hundred people, sparing none of what quality, age or sex soever, besides many burned to death; we kill man,...