- Photo Galleries
- Trending Now
- Submit News Tip
- Contact Us
- Site Map
A Tony-nominated cast sings your favourite songs in a ‘doo-wop’ style on May 6th at the Royal Theatre
With Vernon leaving Pacific Opera, Friends of Timothy gala celebrates 43 years of excellence and Vernon’s role in bringing opera to Victoria
Joy of Life Festival, Atomic Vaudeville and Sophia Ammann
Books have provided inspiration to these shop owners to be eco-conscious in their industry
Passing the baton: Pacific Opera mentors a new generation of musical leadership through program
Blue Bridge Repertory Theatre’s new artistic director McCarthy takes on the Bard in an energetic debut
Goodnight Desdemona (Good Morning Juliet) is a subversive feminist take on the Shakespearean canon.
At one point, Beck taped a metal ladle to her arm so she could climb.
Comedian Mike Marino and Italian-Canadian singer Maria Manna are ready to make you crave pasta – and laugh
Jersey City’s Mike Marino brings new comedy show Welcome to the Family to DaVinci Centre
Caroline Spence took her last breath Tuesday after a battle with cancer
Dick explores Residential School legacies, urban Indigeneity, and the healing power of art through deeply personal paintings, carvings and music.
The concert takes place at St. John the Divine Anglican Church
She’ll perform songs from her 10th album, Homemaker, with themes of domesticity, partnerships, parenting and aging.
Sean McCann’s return to Victoria marks a victory of spirit
Allan Rayman played back-to-back captivating sold-out shows in Victoria
Really folks, what could go wrong?
Nicole Loewen thought is was a joke when told Lady Gaga is carrying her design
B.C. had the third highest number of nominees by province this year, trailing Quebec and Ontario
Gallery of Greater Victoria exhibit Symbiosis explores artists’ musings about ‘fascinating world’ of mushrooms
The exhibit, starting April 1, is multi-disciplinary, including painting, photographs, science, bio-materials, discussion and even music
The Greater Victoria Performing Arts Festival running April to May connects 4,800 performers to audiences
“It only becomes art if it touches other people.” ― Andreas Eschbach, The Carpet Makers
Digital artists are teaming up with Arts BC to put on “Exploring Canadian Art Through AI” public workshops in April