Local Entertainment

Check out ‘Kim’s Convenience’ to cash in on family humour

Play, turned TV show, turned Chemainus Theatre, this immigrant story features much more in store

Ucluelet showcased on TV series The Crossing

Residents excited to see themselves on new ABC and CTV science fiction series

Writers urged to find their voices during interesting times

West Coast environmentalist writer Danika Dinsmore to speak at WordStorm AGM

Nanaimo rapper Sirreal debuts new CD ‘In the Nick of Time’ at the Queen’s

Sunrise Records contest and $25K Kickstarter effort helped fund new album and tour

VIU visual arts graduates display work at View Gallery

Seven students will show off their work for the last time in VIU’s BA art program

Chemainus artist makes fast work with chainsaw in hand

Liam Tromans amazing creations garnering international attention

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A Christmas Carol at the Belfry Theatre
Onegin fills the Belfry Theatre
The Handmaid's Tale more believable in Trump era: Atwood

Islander launches musical tribute that will be Pure Petty

Musical tribute to Tom Petty will debut in Port Alberni

Victoria’s famous one-man-band hits Oak Bay in May

Saturday, May 5 at 7 p.m. Dave Harris brings Bluesville, blues heaven, and the street to The Oaks

  • Apr 17th, 2018

Island symphony celebrates 10 years of holding the baton

Concert marks Vancouver Island Symphony leaderPierre Simard’s 10 years with the organization

Cowichan Theatre manager honoured for making presenting a fine art

Kirsten Schrader emerges as the cream of the crop in provincial awards program

Langford man creates animals out of driftwood at Esquimalt Lagoon

Paul Lewis has created an eagle, raven and owl out of wood

9to5: The Musical hits McPherson in May

Victoria Operatic Society presents the Vancouver Island premiere May 4-13

  • Apr 14th, 2018

Space and music collide in Cosmic Odyssey

CBC’s Quirks and Quarks radio host appears with organist April 28 in Victoria

TD Victoria International Jazzfest releases 2018 concert schedule

From blues to bluegrass to jazz in all its forms, JazzFest has something for everyone

ArtsAlive installations start popping up in Oak Bay

ArtsAlive 2018 officially launches with artwork and pianos in place by June

Nanaimo’s inaugural poet laureate Naomi Beth Wakan retiring from public work

Wakan will host a final haiku workshop at the Nanaimo Museum this weekend

Join the Stampede to hear iconic rockers

Original three Stampders playing Nanaimo, Duncan, Courtenay and Campbell River

CCPA: Working for their year-end show

Canadian College of Performing Arts presents Working, April 26 to 28

  • Apr 7th, 2018