Entertainment

Nothing but a dreamer

Supertramp's Roger Hodgson gives more than a little bit

  • Oct 27th, 2016

Carol Shields comes to the big screen

Robert Moyes tells us which new movies are worth watching and which aren't

Perfectly delicious bakeries

Chantal Ireland picks her top five bakeries in the city

Kathy’s Pics

Kathy Kay looks at all the up and coming indie-style films

  • Oct 27th, 2016

Kathy’s Pics

Kathy Kay looks at all the up and coming indie-style films

  • Oct 27th, 2016

Fall in Love with Joni Mitchell

I Think I'm Fallin': The Songs of Joni Mitchell, is set to kick off Nov.8 and run until Dec. 4 at the Belfry Theatre.

  • Oct 27th, 2016

No humble pie here

Allan Reid scopes out the perfect pie at Saltchuck Pie Company

The giving tree

Find out what's happening in our community with Adam Sawatsky

Beach Boys bring fun, fun, fun to the Royal Theatre

Beach Boys bring their hits to the Royal Theatre, Nov. 10

  • Oct 27th, 2016

November packed with must-see shows

Janis La Couvee breaks down all the must-seed show in and around Victoria

Kathy’s Pics

Kathy Kay looks at all the up and coming indie-style films

  • Oct 27th, 2016

Bad Moon Rising over Victoria

John Fogerty brings his legendary voice and catalogue of songs to the Save On Foods Centre

  • Oct 14th, 2016

Idle thoughts and Cleese observations on comedy legends

Monty Python's Eric Idle and John Cleese open the latest leg of the their Together Again At Last...For The Very First Time tour in Victoria

Theatre comes home for Phoenix 50th

For 50 years UVic's Department of Theatre and Phoenix Theatre have been cultivating and unleashing an incredible array of talent.

Get weird with Antimatter

The weird, wonderful and truly original will be taking over Victoria during the Antimatter [Media Art] festival, from October 14 to 29.

Loads of laughs with Hannibal

Hannibal Buress has never been to Victoria, and that’s becoming a rare situation in North America for the stand-up comedian and actor.

New CEO sings praises for Victoria’s opera lovers

For Ian Rye, opera is as good as it gets - and now he's been named the new CEO of Pacific Opera Victoria.

Not your grandfather’s ballet

A new production at the McPherson Playhouse is looking to bridge the gap between classical ballet and modern culture.

All bloody on the western front

Conceived rather cheekily as an affirmative-action western, The Magnificent Seven is a fine albeit unnecessary remake of a classic.

The sound of music

The Victoria Symphony is ready to hit the ground running for its 2016/17 offerings.