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Reginald D Hunter: In The Midst Of Crackers
Wry cultural and political observations and hard-hitting, intelligent humour from the Georgia-born stand-up, as seen on panel shows Have I Got News For You and QI.
The medium presents spiritual messages.
Pasha Kovalev & Katya Virshilas: An Evening With Stars From Strictly Come Dancing
Two of the more recent additions to TV's Strictly family of professional dancers embark on a national tour, performing ballroom and Latin routines alongside guest dancers and pupils from a local dance school. Kovalev and Virshilas will also take questions from the audience.
Deadpan wit and dry topical humour from the Virginia-born stand-up.
Belfast Community Gospel Choir
The choir performs pop songs and gospel numbers.
Milkshake Live! Come Out To Play
Starring Milkshake! favourites this musical spectacular is sure to have children tapping their toes, clapping their hands and singing at the top of their voices.
£12, child £10, family £40
Interpretative folk, rock'n'roll and pop from the veteran American singer-songwriter, musician and social activist.
The downbeat indie-pop group from London promotes its chart-topping second album Coexist.
Jun 25, 7.30pm, doors
Debbie Harry's new wave, punk and pop-rock combo, noted for hits including The Tide Is High, Hanging On The Telephone and Heart Of Glass.
Tony Stockwell: Psychic Medium
The popular star gives proof beyond doubt of the afterlife, all delivered with emotion, sensitivity and empathy.
The chart-topping and award-winning vocalist, a former member of synth-pop duo Yazoo, performs blues-infused pop in support of her latest album, The Minutes.
Jools Holland & His Rhythm & Blues Orchestra
The pianist and his band perform with guests Gilson Lavis, Ruby Turner and Louise Marshall.
Sharp observational humour from the Dublin-born stand-up and actor best known for his television sitcom roles in Channel 4's Father Ted and BBC1's My Hero.
Ed Byrne: Roaring Forties
Observational humour from the Dublin-stand-up and actor about reaching middle age.
The singer-songwriter from Birmingham performs soulful R&B, which takes influences from free-jazz, gospel and psychedelic rock, in support of the album Sing To The Moon.
Jason Manford: First World Problems
Sharp observational humour from the stand-up, Manchester City fan and TV regular as seen on 8 Out Of 10 Cats as a former team captain, plus Born To Shine, Comedy Rocks and Show Me The Funny.
Distinctive vocal harmonies from Tony Hicks, Ray Stiles, Peter Howarth, Steve Lauri, Ian Parker and Bobby Elliott.
Sarah Millican: Home Bird
Wry observations from the Newcastle stand-up, writer, star of BBC 2's The Sarah Millican Show and the 2011 British Comedy Award winner for The People's Choice Queen Of Comedy as she follows up her Thoroughly Modern Millican tour.
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