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X Factor judges have got the love for Lisburn singer

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Lisburn singer Rwanda Shaw impressed the judges as X Factor returned to our screens on Saturday night.

The 21-year-old made it through to Bootcamp after earning four 'yeses' for her performance of You've Got the Love by Florence and the Machine.

Nicole Scherzinger said: "You've got an awesome voice, you're gorgeous - you've got so much potential."


Liam Gallagher to play ‘intimate’ Ulster Hall show

The show in Belfast will be the first of a 10-date tour in support of Liam Gallagher's new album. Credit: PA

Rock icon Liam Gallagher has announced an intimate show in Belfast’s Ulster Hall.

He’ll play the venue on 30 October as part of the first headline tour of his solo career, which will follow the release of his upcoming album As You Were.

Liam recently treated audiences at Reading and Leeds and Glastonbury to sets full of new material - as well as some old favourites from the Oasis back catalogue.

Tickets for his Belfast show go on sale next Friday.

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Kasabian reschedule Belfast show for 2018

Kasabian were due to headline a gig at Custom House Square in Belfast.

Rockers Kasabian have rescheduled their cancelled Belfast show for next year.

The band had to call off the Custom House Square gig at short notice last Tuesday when singer Tom Meighan was taken to hospital.

However they have now confirmed they will return to Belfast on 20 August 2018 to headline a rescheduled show at the same venue.

They added that all tickets for the original show will remain valid for the new date, however anyone wishing to claim a refund can do so from point of purchase.

About 10 minutes before the band were due on stage, the announcement was made that Kasabian would not be playing due to illness.

They apologised to fans in a statement.


Kasabian cancel Belfast gig at short notice

Rock band Kasabian have cancelled their gig at Belfast's Custom House Square minutes before they were due on stage.

Thousands of fans had already flocked to the city centre venue to see the band when the news was broken just before 9pm on Tuesday.

The cancellation is said to be due to illness.

The organisers saw they are working to reschedule the Belfast gig.

In a statement, they added: "Tickets will remain valid for the new date. We apologise for any inconvenience caused."

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