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Midge Ure and his Band Electronica

Midge Ure set to take fans back to new romantic era

At the end of the 1970s momentous change was afoot in Britain and the world – in society, politics, fashion and culture – and the musical landscape was also about to change forever. The guitar-driven dominance that had propelled rock and punk throughout the decade was about to end, as synthesizers signalled the sound of the future and video transformed the look of the pop charts. The 1980s were about to explode into life and nothing would be the same again.

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Linda Fearon and Andy Paton from Luminous Soul will celebrate a decade of dance with a free performance at Cornmarket

Disability dance group marks 10th anniversary

Open Arts, one of Northern Ireland’s most dynamic arts and disability organisations will be celebrating the 10th anniversary of its dance group Luminous Soul by hosting the inclusive dance festival MeetShareDance in Belfast, September 5 - 7.

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Her Majesty's Band of the Royal Marines

Expertly choreographed display of top bands at SSE

Military Tattoos are always grand specatacles of bands playing in exquisite formation, pipes, brass and other instruments resounding, the whole immaculately choreographed with precision, the performers, band members and dancers turned out in fine uniforms, a feat of creatives coming together to produce an immense evening of elaborately arranged entertainment.

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Dance on with Cliona Hagan

Dance on with Cliona Hagan

As part of her Dance On tour, Irish country music singer and Dancing with the Stars contestant, Cliona Hagan, will be performing at the Market Place Theatre in Armagh on September 12.

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Country Roadshow

Country Roadshow

The Now That’s What I Call Country Music Roadshow will be stopping off at the Riverside Theatre in Coleraine soon as it promises to take the audience on a musical journey through the best country music songs of the last 100 years,

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