Arts

Andy Warhol exhibition review by Clodagh Rice

Warhol gets more than “fifteen minutes of fame” in Belfast A collection of pop art pieces by the iconic Andy Warhol can now be seen in Northern Ireland for the first time. It is particularly impressive for the new MAC gallery to be hosting his work given the gallery opened …

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The new Cathedral Quarter

By Niamh Ferguson Yesterday saw the opening of the MAC theatre in Belfast’s Cathedral Quarter. The Metropolitan Arts Centre, or MAC, contains two theatres and three art galleries as well as a rehearsal space and dance studio. This new complex will bring a lot to the area but will it …

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World Film Locations: Paris- Book Review

By Nadejda Vidinova World Film Locations: Paris is published as part of the World Film Locations series, which explore famous cities through the lenses of various directors. This volume, edited by Marcelline Block, is written by a number of contributors and contains an equally varied filmography. It sets out to …

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Rapturous reception for Oliver at An Grianán

A review by Will Burton Building on the success of Annie last year, the Letterkenny Musical Society has produced another warm and lovable play for the loyal An Grianán audience. I have to admit that I do not have any recollection of reading or watching Oliver Twist before. It is …

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Queens Radio Thriving Against All The Odds

By Gerard Walton At the heart of every good university is a thriving Students’ Union. At the heart of every good Students’ Union are thriving clubs and societies. Queen’s University Belfast is no exception to this rule, and Queens Radio is a key part of this. A controversial issue in …