The rain-soaked evening did little to dampen the spirits of the Belfast crowd as Emeli Sandé performed a mix of her best-known hits.Read the full story ›
Irish rockers Walking On Cars have played to crowds gathered in Belfast’s Custom House Square as part of an August music festival.Read the full story ›
Crowds gathered in west Belfast over the weekend to enjoy the Féile an Phobail Carnival Parade.Read the full story ›
A new opera company in Londonderry says it wants to help opera shed its elitist image.Read the full story ›
Co-Antrim born guitarist Vivian Campbell is to be given one of Northern Ireland music's highest accolades.Read the full story ›
A month of festivities in Bangor gets underway on Tuesday with a special event focusing on how to regenerate the seaside town.Read the full story ›
Hollywood actor Stephen Rea has unveiled a plaque to commemorate Northern Ireland stage and screen actor Patrick Magee in Armagh.Read the full story ›
Irish band The Script are set to play the Millennium Forum in Londonderry and the National Stadium in Dublin this August.Read the full story ›
A giant tapestry celebrating Northern Ireland’s connection to Game of Thrones is going on display at the Ulster Museum.
The 77-metre long, Bayeux-style tapestry tells the story of the hit HBO series so far from season one to season six.
And as episodes of season seven are broadcast, new sections of the tapestry will be unveiled online by Tourism Ireland.
The tapestry, which was woven from one enormous piece of linen supplied by Thomas Ferguson's in Banbridge, can be seen at the Ulster Museum from Saturday.
Ed Sheeran fans have been warned that fake tickets for the singer’s tour, which includes Belfast and Dublin, are being offered for sale.Read the full story ›