Entertainment

Chemainus author discovers his roots in research for book

Chemainus’ Masters and son visit England for a dual purpose to put historical work into perspective

Over the Hill Gang retires after more than 25 years of musical performances

The Gang performed at seniors centres and care homes in Ladysmith, Chemainus, Ducan and Nanaimo

Lee Mendelson, producer of ‘Charlie Brown Christmas,’ dies on Christmas day

Mendelson wrote the lyrics to the show’s signature song, ‘Christmas Time Is Here’

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B.C. man scores touchdowns in the fashion world

Former footballer Tyson Gibson chases down a stylish career

VI Free Daily videographer leads Island-made film

Vancouver Island filmmakers, writer partner for feature film

Vancouver Island talent headlines new series on CraveTV

New Eden is a true crime parody about a feminist utopia that turns into an alien worshiping cult

Get ready to see the beauty in Carole King’s music and story

Beautiful, The Carole King Musical, sure to be some kind of wonderful in Victoria

  • Dec 26, 2019

Comedy provides a winter warm-up for Victoria

Snowed in Comedy Tour rolls into town for a Jan. 18 show at the Royal Theatre

Patrick Watson’s Wave ready to wash over Victoria audience

Former Polaris Music Prize winners from Montreal promoting new album on international tour

  • Dec 23, 2019

Dallas Smith, Madeline Merlo lead ‘second wave’ of artists at Sunfest 2020

Keith Urban will be joined on the big stage by a host of great acts, some well known to Sunfesters

B.C. artist plays pot riff on classic Christmas carols

‘Rudolph the Red-Eyed Reindeer,’ ‘Let it Grow’ and ‘Green Christmas’ are on Johl Chato’s holiday album

Motown magic coming to the Royal Theatre

Jan. 17 show features tribute acts representing the Four Tops, Temptations, Supremes and more

  • Dec 21, 2019

Playwright gets $2,000 and script staged in Vancouver Island drama competition

Michelle Deines won $2,000 and her play, The Night Hawks will be produced Yellow Point Drama Group

Calling all SKAM artists! Get your show on the list for SKAMpede 2020

Deadline extended to Dec. 31 for performers looking to be part of annual summer theatre event

  • Dec 20, 2019

Kaleidoscope weaves a musical theatre web

Wilbur, Charlotte and other beloved figures brought to life on the McPherson stage

  • Dec 20, 2019

From New York to Qualicum Beach

Art director Illana Hester reflects on the past and future of The Old School House Arts Centre

Canadian filmmakers worry Cineplex takeover signals new hurdles ahead

International distribution agreements could squeeze out the thinning number of Canadian distributors