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Hear the Guidelines for a Long and Happy Life

A South Belfast actress will perform a lead role in a unique play taking place next week that will see the audience play a major part in the production.

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Attempt to bring 1971 team back together

A photograph recently discovered in a local house has led one Newtownabbey man to embark on a quest to find where the players in his renowned school football team are now.Danny McLoughlin played left-back for the Stella Maris Primary School team in 1971, a year the school made history by having its first and second teams defeat all comers before competing against each other for the Newtownabbey Schools’ Cup.

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Belfast’s spooky history

AS October brings an early dusk to the streets of Belfast, the narrow alleys and wynds that intersect the city centre take on a dark hue, and come alive with the bloody tales of the tortured undead, ghoulish bodysnatchers, and murderous butchery.

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Talking of God and Waiting for Godot

Like many of the world’s most celebrated writers countless name-droppers have claimed to have known Samuel Beckett personally.

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Talking of God and Waiting for Godot

Like many of the world’s most celebrated writers, countless name-droppers have claimed to have known Samuel Beckett personally.But for one of the celebrated Irish playwright’s closest friends – in Belfast next week delivering a lecture on Beckett – late-night conversations over a game of chess and dinners in dark Paris cafés truly were a regular occurrence

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The music, the food, the love

Kyron Bourke is the proprietor of Teatro restaurant on Botanic Avenue. As South Belfast’s only ‘cabaret restaurant’ the venue sees regular performances from local musicians including Kyron himself who is also musical director for the Arts and Music Festival taking place in Drumglass Park this weekend

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