Entertainment

The House that Spencer built

The art gallery's attraction with works from abroad is represented in three of the four exhibitions currently on display through October.

Raising the bar

Country singer adds beer slinger to talents

  • Aug 5th, 2016

Sean Dorsey’s The Missing Generation gives voice to those lost to AIDS

Transformative dance company offers workshops to Transgender and LGBTQ individuals, groups, non-profits

  • Jun 30th, 2016

INDEPENDENT FILMS – Kathy Kay

Not to miss is a new film De Palma, about Brian de Palma

  • Jun 30th, 2016

ROMP around the clock at the 19th ROMP! FESTIVAL of DANCE

New, free outdoor program ROMP! in the PARK at Beacon Hill Park

  • Jun 30th, 2016

M FILM – A rom-com with brains

Writer-director Rebecca Miller has a shot at some mainstream popularity with Maggie’s Plan

Big hearted country boy

Dallas Smith adds homegrown spice to SunFest

  • Jun 30th, 2016

THE BIG PERSONALITY: Dallas Green

City and Colour: written in ink

  • Jun 30th, 2016

Bousada creates electric electronic sound

Graeme Bousada plays July 2 at the Tall Tree Music Festival

  • Jun 30th, 2016

You just gotta go to Gogo

Master blues guitarist to perform in Sooke on July 2

Painter tells stories of human emotion one brush at a time

Sooke artist Jean-Francois Mincet is one of the few whose works will be displayed at the Sooke Fine Arts Show in July.

JazzFest makes some noise in Oak Bay

Oak Bay High's Dave Dunnet Community Theatre hosts five JazzFest performances

Stage set for Shakespeare by the Sea

The stage is set for Victoria’s Shakespeare by the Sea and organizers are hoping their new location at Fisherman’s Wharf Park will stick.

CRD to expand arts in communities

Plan is to stimulate community awareness and engagement in the arts.

  • Jun 21st, 2016

Sidney show offers a glimspe into the other side

Mediums at the Mary Winspear for Beyond The Veil on June 25.

Victoria’s John Crouch reads from new book in Sidney

Victoria author releases Cycling the Islands: A Guide to scenic routes on the San Juan and Gulf Islands.

Painted pianos return for summer serenades

Pianos slated for Turkey Head, Loon Bay, Cattle Point and Estevan village

Sidney theatre students tackle the dramatic musical

Fires Burning production teaches kids that not everything in life is positive.

Sidbey Fine Art Show needs more volunteers

Art show features 300 to 400 pieces from around 1,250 entries from across Vancouver Island.

Local artist launches unique animation with National Film Board

It’s a concept that’s been brewing inside the mind of Curtis Horsburgh for a long time — creating an animation studio on wheels.