Nadine Coyle

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underCURRENT: the camp cabaret spans burlesque, dance, drag and live music. Photograph: Eddie Kavanagh

The City of Dublin Working Men’s Club, established more than one hundred years ago, historically catered to the brewers, dockers, drovers and others e(...)

Derry Girls: Louise Harland, Nicola Coughlan, Saoirse-Monica Jackson, Dylan Llewellyn and Jamie-Lee O’Donnell

By any measure the first series of Derry Girls, the whip-smart sitcom about four girls and a transplanted English boy grappling with teenage frustrati(...)

Camila Cabello: her husky voice can wrap itself around big ballads or, with Pharrell Williams, Sangria Wine
Camila Cabello: Our New VBF

The journey to pop stardom has taken a different turn in recent years, thanks to little-known shows called Pop Idol, The X Factor and The Voice. You d(...)

Nadine Coyle gets back to work

TRACK OF THE WEEK Go to Work by Nadine Coyle Nadine from Girls Aloud has only gone and made a comeback. And she’s working with her former team at Xen(...)

Nadine Coyle performs on stage with her dancers at G-A-Y Heaven on September 16, 2017 in London, England. Photograph: Jo Hale/Redferns

Nadine Coyle’s career has been built almost entirely on chance and as the Derry singer and Girls Aloud star takes a second shot at a solo career, you (...)

Rusangano Family:  a sound and a scene that has energised spaces up and down the land. Photograph: Eric Luke

RUSANGANO FAMILY It is indeed a long, long way from Clare to here. Some of the most exciting music going under the umbrella with its 40 shades of gre(...)

Track of the week: Move by Rat Boy Ooh we’ve come over all undue round Pop Corner, as we say “hiya” to guitar scamp Rat Boy. Channelling late (...)

TRACK OF THE WEEK Fireproof by One Direction The phrase “mid-tempo ballad” never sets the heart aflame, but this offering from 1D is simple (...)

Michael Flatley performing in ‘Celtic Tiger’, a show which took place between his fire retirement in 2001 and his second retirement in 2011. He’ll be back again next year. Photograph: David Sleator/The Irish Times

Michael Flatley is to put on his dancing shoes again, three years after announcing his retirement. The 55-year-old superstar dancer is making a return(...)

Paul Henderson, managing director of Associated Newspapers Ireland on his company’s new website which will focus on showbiz, style, health, food, beauty and travel: ‘If we put Enda Kenny or Seánie Fitz in there, we’ll just kill the vibe,’ he says.

Associated Newspapers Ireland is throwing its considerable weight behind Evoke.ie, a new website that focuses on showbiz, style, health, food, (...)

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