Entertainment

VIDEO: Nickelback gears up for nostalgia tour

Canadian band joins Stone Temple Pilots for a summer tour that includes just one stop in Canada

Gene Simmons to launch new Titans of Rock music festival in Grand Forks

The rock legend has partnered with Chuck Varabioff to run Titans of Rock in Grand Forks

Cowichan Musical Society blockbuster ‘Mamma Mia!’ set to open

VIDEO: It’s almost time for Mamma Mia! on the big stage

B.C.-based painter, educator, art champion Gordon Smith dead at 100

Gordon Smith received the Order of Canada and many other prestigious awards

VIDEO: Talented quartet comes to Duncan for International Guitar Night Jan. 23

Guitarists from England, Turkey, Hawaii, and Finland present stunning, creative event

Lexi Bainas column: Singers, actors needed for thre exciting upcoming productions

‘The Winter’s Tale’, ‘Little Women’, and Mass for St. Cecilia are all calling: are you up for them?

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Beauty and the Beast: the Pantomime packs 'em in
'Holly Jolly Christmas' packs the Cowichan Theatre
Celtic Rhythms and Summit Dance celebrate Christmas 2019
'Little Scrooge' offers fun family entertainment at Lake Cowichan

Costumers for ‘Riverdale,’ ‘The Handmaid’s Tale’ net award nominations

Canadian Alliance of Film and Television Costume Arts and Design awards set to air March 1

Canadian polar bears’ ‘ingenious’ survival seen in BBC Earth series

Film crews also go to Tofino to watch black bears snap up crabs under massive boulders

VIDEO: Ken Jennings wins Jeopardy! ‘Greatest of all Time’ title

Champ bested professional gambler James Holzhauer and TV host/actor Brad Rutter

VIDEO: ‘Snowed In Comedy Tour’ coming to Duncan just in time to warm up January

Four great comics are coming to the Valley for a great evening of laughs

Nanaimo actress cast in first lead role in TV series ‘Nurses’

Sandy Sidhu wanted to work in medicine before her interest in acting took over

‘How to Train Your Dragon’ filmmaker Dean DeBlois among Canadian Oscar nominees

Vancouver-born Dennis Gassner also got a nod for best production design

Tragically Hip bassist Gord Sinclair announces debut solo record ‘Taxi Dancers’

Two singles from the upcoming album were released Friday on digital sales and streaming platforms

VIDEO: Neil Peart, Rush drummer, dies at 67

News coming from representative of Canadian progressive rock band’s frontman Geddy Lee

Young Valley dancers have until Jan. 17 to apply for ‘Anne of Green Gables’ roles

Ballet Jörgen is offering young performers the chance to join a professional cast for Duncan show

The winners of London Drugs’ 2019 Amateur Photographer of the Year contest are…

After more than 26,000 entries, the winners have been selected across Western Canada.

VIDEO: Top acts lined up for some hot January jazz at Crofton

A trio, a quartet, and a big band means January will be jumping

VIDEO: Symphony presents Victoria Baroque in ‘The Four Seasons’ at Brentwood on Sunday

Kati Debretzeni is soloist in this exciting concert

  • Jan 10, 2020

Osborne Bay Pub kicks off 2020 with quartet of events

From Cuban baseball to father and son duo: check out the pub for January entertainment

Lexi Bainas column: Two weekend shows plus one coming soon, and chance for writers to congregate

Cari Burdett writes that Richard Moody is coming to perform with Oliver Swain