All the world’s a stage: 2015 entertainment year in review [photos]

It was a great year in the Cowichan Valley for fans of live theatre as local groups of all kinds took to the stage in record numbers.

It was a great year in the Cowichan Valley for fans of live theatre as local groups of all kinds took to the stage in record numbers.

Click on the image below for a photo gallery

Entertainment year in photos 2015

The region is well known for its live and lively theatre scene.

In this gallery, we celebrate the South Island Musical Theatre Society’s production of ‘The Pirates of Penzance’, the Mercury Players’ ‘Nunsense’, Brentwood College’s ‘The Boy Friend’ and the Shawnigan Players’ ‘As You Like It’, Shawnigan Lake School’s production of ‘Shrek’, the Chemainus Valley Arts Council’s ‘Lady Day’, Queen Margaret’s School’s ‘Fame’, the Mercury Players ‘Power Plays’ and Adage Studio’s ‘Rapunzel’.

Everyone took to the boards, including the lively Chemainus Seniors group, seen Doing the Lambeth Walk in their hugely popular annual show.

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