Entertainment

Volunteers needed for Sooke Fine Arts Show

The 11-day event runs from July 27 to Aug. 6

  • Jun 27th, 2018

Hi-Top Heaven: These running shoes are works of art

Sooke artist Zac Vine designs one-of-a-kind sneakers for some big-name clients

PRIDE WEEK: Pride in the Word a celebration of literature

Award-winning lineup of authors, poets to read at Ambrosia Conference Centre

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Artist highlights Johnson Street bridge with Iconic Blue

The exhibition continues to Aug. 25 and is open to the public weekday mornings

Shakespeare Festival: The Tempest and Pericles offer contrast for this year’s offerings

Ancient plays present an illustration of the human experience laid bare

Shaq on his Hollywood plans: ‘I want to be the next Rock’

Post-NBA life has been very successful for the four-time NBA champion

Summer at the Gardens: Alan Doyle show highlights busy schedule

Musical offerings range from classical and jazz to bluegrass and vintage rock

Sooke Arts Council hosts open house

Event takes place July 3 at 7 p.m.

B.C. tourism grant helps Sooke Fine Arts Show

Grant will attract audiences from across B.C. and Washington

  • Jun 22nd, 2018

Duncan Has Talent performers prepping for summer show

Signups on now for crowd-pleasing series staged at Charles Hoey Park as part of The 39 Days of July.

Disney production filming at Victoria’s Government House today

Made-for-TV movie will feature the inside of the Rockland Avenue mansion

Fiddle tunes complete farm bistro experience

Year-end recital at the Roost features Nellie Quinn’s fiddle students

B2B season has rare Island line-up of shows in Qualicum Beach

Month-and-a-half of performances kicks off with Baskerville comedy July 3

Nations gather for Indigenous cultural celebrations at Royal BC Museum

Songhees, Esquimalt host three-day international event featuring music, dancing and on-site artisans

  • Jun 13th, 2018

Bluegrass festival returns to Sooke

Festival runs June 15 to 17 at Sooke River Campground

REVIEW: Langham’s latest offering features energetic, authentic acting

Great individual performances in A Chorus of Disapproval, but script a tad overindulgent

  • Jun 11th, 2018

VIDEO: Jazz vocalist Susannah Adams continues her Island tour Sunday at Crofton pub

Fresh off a triumphant show at Hermann’s Jazz Club, Adams set to light up Osborne Bay Pub

  • Jun 10th, 2018

Gabriola glass blowers Dirk Huysman, Mary Ann Richards launch first solo show

Plan a road trip: Island’s Hive Emporium hosting exhibition through June 24

Seafaring Caravan Stage Company performs at Nanaimo Waterfront Suites and Marina

Post-apocalyptic rock opera Nomadic Tempest is staged on a docked boat