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Dane Cook brings his award-winning, stand-up show to the Save-On-Foods Memorial Centre as part of the Just For Laughs Canadian Comedy Tour.
VIFF proves cinema is alive and well
From the front lines: CineFile checks in from the trenches of the 35th annual VIFF
For 50 years UVic's Department of Theatre and Phoenix Theatre have been cultivating and unleashing an incredible array of talent.
The weird, wonderful and truly original will be taking over Victoria during the Antimatter [Media Art] festival, from October 14 to 29.
Hannibal Buress has never been to Victoria, and that’s becoming a rare situation in North America for the stand-up comedian and actor.
For Ian Rye, opera is as good as it gets - and now he's been named the new CEO of Pacific Opera Victoria.
A new production at the McPherson Playhouse is looking to bridge the gap between classical ballet and modern culture.
The Victoria Symphony is ready to hit the ground running for its 2016/17 offerings.
CineFile heads to the Vancouver International Film Festival
Al Purdy, Men and Chicken, The Lobster, Five Nights in Maine, The Devout, When Elephants Were Young
Films from local directors include The Devout, When Elephants Were Young, No Breath Play and Reset.
From the enourmous to the micro, we have seen movies of all shapes, sizes and colours this year
Kyle Wells picks his top 5 favourites from the Vancouver International Film Festival
Vancouver International Film Festival includes Victoria’s own Connor Gaston’s first feature, The Devout
Mustang, The Sound of Trees, The Devout, My Good Man's Gone, 600 Miles, Eadweard, There will be Blood, Green Room, Into the Forest
Brooklyn, Victoria, Cop Car, The Club, Beeba Boys, Marshland, Louder than Bombs, Dheepan
HBO has a hot season ahead
Comic trend continues
Netflix is seeing stars
Our take on the 87th annual dog and pony show that is The Oscars