Pandoro and Tiramisù are not your ordinary gerbils. The London-based pair got a special surprise when their owners, Filippo and Marianna, created a miniature museum just for them during the current COVID-19 quarantine.
Protestants have horses and keep toasters in cupboards, while Catholics love statues and keep coal in the bath. Don’t they?
The jokes and observations about Northern Irish identity that fuel the Channel 4 comedy Derry Girls moved to the Ulster Museum in Belfast on Friday as part of an exhibition on cultural stereotypes.