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  • Following an appearance by Bentley Rhythm Ace several months ago, Skint Records' mixmaster general Cut La Roc shapes samples of classic hip-hop, breaks and funk into a set rich in both nostalgia and future sounds, plus support from Belfast's original big beat pioneer, Ciaran J O'Neill.

    This week's new clubs

  • Times may be hard, but Belfast's renowned arts festival once again offers 10 days of high-quality, innovative theatre, comedy, film, art, clubbing and music.

    This week's new events

  • Belfast's curiously lengthy centenary commemoration of the sinking in 1912 of its most famous ship, the Titanic, is in full swing, and all would appear to be quiet on the Northern Irish peace process front.

    There May Be Trouble Ahead in Northern Ireland

  • McQueen, whose debut film was the widely acclaimed "Hunger" about the last months of Irish Republican Army activist Bobby Sands in Belfast's Maze prison, said he saw similarities between the two films.

    Film "Shame" brings sex addiction tale to Venice

  • Reverend Milo McAllister of Belfast's Holy Mother of God Church, complains that this satanic sow is a very bad idea.

    Mark C. Miller: Pig Born With Wings

  • The rest of the old shipyard has been converted into apartments aimed at Belfast's middle class population.

    There May Be Trouble Ahead in Northern Ireland

  • Clapham Common, SW4, Sat & Sun, southwestfour.comSam RichardsIt's been a tough summer for Belfast's specs-and-manbag types and their tattooed gal pals.

    This week's new clubs

  • Mr. McQueen's concern isn't words that argue the merits of the case, but images that convey the horrific conditions in Belfast's Maze prison, and Sands's will to endure in spite of them.

    'Shame': Tracking The Travails of Lost Souls

  • Tonight's laptop and CDJ-free zone sees the first in a series of Back2Wax outings at the city centre's Basement Bar as guests Mark Duffin, producer and head honcho of Bored Audio Records, and Belfast's Stephen Laverty, mine their crates for party starters and rareties.

    Clubs picks of the week

  • Reverend Milo McAllister of Belfast's Holy Mother of God Church, complains that this satanic sow is a very bad idea.

    Mark C. Miller: Pig Born With Wings

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