Local Entertainment

Lake Flashback: Three heavy subjects: private forest lands, teachers striking, and parking bylaws

There’s also a bit of fun, too, as we enjoy going back to the ’70s

Shawnigan Players’ ‘7 Stories’ tackles brutal subject with humour

Various residents of the seventh floor are losing their grip on reality

Cowichan’s Kirsten Schrader wins Presenter of the Year

There were a lot of nominees but Cowichan’s Kirsten Schrader emerges as the cream of the crop

Music festival winds season up by saying ‘well done’ and announcing provincial participants

Cowichan’s contingent to provincials, as always, includes a great group of young performers

  • Apr 16th, 2018

Rick Scott and Nico Rhodes bring ‘Roots & Grooves‘ to Duncan Showroom

There are 40 years between their ages but who cares when there’s this much talent going around

Lexi Bainas column: Summer Games torchlighting next week will be a great show

Also: 10 half-day workshops, all with a hands-on connection to the creation of yarns and textiles

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Huge crowd loves The Stampeders show in Duncan
PIGS Pink Floyd show big hit at Cowichan Theatre
Atlantic String Machine comes to Duncan
Million Dollar Quartet ready for Chemainus return

Daniel Cook & The Radiators headline April coffeehouse

With an open stage and a friendly atmosphere, this event offers great entertainment value

Shawnigan Players take on Morris Panych’s award-winning ‘7 Stories’

Theatregoers will be amazed at this unusual but effective way to tell seven tales

Join the Stampede to Duncan to hear iconic rockers

The original three are still together and they’re bringing all their hits to the Cowichan Theatre

Lexi Bainas column: Cougar Annie, curry and a beer: this week’s eclectic mix

Singer/songwriters, fun, and a unique play make for an exciting few weeks on the Valley’s A&E scene

PIGS present Pink Floyd in Duncan

You may have seen them outdoors at City Square. Now experience their fabulous light show

Deadline near for CVAC art show registrations

It’s a popular show and sale so it you want to take part, you have just a couple of days to register

Renowned Chemainus sculptor crafts amazing pieces

You can’t get blood from stone, but Cline can create artistsic magic from it

Artists open studio doors for Artisans Tour

Over the course of three days, 12 professional, full-time artisans will open their studio doors

  • Apr 1st, 2018

Brenda’s Brats lost in space as they present ‘Blast Off!’

Join this fun-loving choir for a pair of shows at Pioneer Square’s theatre in Mill Bay

Lexi Bainas column: Keeping me in the loop means those Valley stories just keep pouring in

If you have A&E news to share, let us know and we’ll spread the good word

Teen film-maker wins award for Therapeutic Riding documentary

Arrowsmith’s winning film features Neil Cutler as he looks back on childhood with a disability.

  • Mar 30th, 2018

Review: ‘Million Dollar Quartet’ boasts stellar performances

Jerry Lee, Elvis, Johnny, and Carl are back to tell about a magical day at Sun Records

Burlesque is back at the Duncan Showroom this Saturday

C’mon along and see what all the excitement is about as the Vixens take the Showroom stage

VIDEO: Eric Church leads a star-studded lineup at Sunfest Country Music Festival

There’s lot to like in a jam-packed lineup at Sunfest this August.