Local Entertainment

‘Dust ‘n Bones’, is onscreen at the Cowichan Performing Arts Centre

Film examines controversies and mysteries that threaten the preservation of First Nations artefacts

Live music scene at Osborne Bay Pub a paradise for musicians, audience

Berry takes it the next level with an impressive schedule featuring many different genres

‘Outside Mullingar’ follows two Irish people along the bumpy road to happiness

John Patrick Shanley’s play looks at how a couple’s relationship can reflect their love of the land

  • Oct 15, 2018
Cow High's 'The Addams Family' opens Jan. 16 at Mt. Prevost School
Showroom rocks to ZZ Top music
Celtic Rhythms and Summit Dance celebrate Christmas 2018
Encore! Choir sings Christmas carols at Duncan grocery store

Review: A Morning at the Opera or Four Golden Hours with ‘Aida’

Ed Sullivan loved comics, Jay Leno loved kd lang: I love opera

Cowichan Folk Guild presents two great shows at Duncan United Church this month

High Quadra Ramblers are at the Coffeehouse Oct. 13, with Belle Miners in a special event on Oct. 25

Lexi Bainas column: Mystery, history, music, painting, and pottery: we’ve got a basketful for you this week

From Deathtrap to JW-Jones and Sue Coleman, there are many A&E surprises out there

VIDEO: Ballet Kelowna brings steamy story, A Streetcar Named Desire, to Duncan

It’s this ballet company’s first visit to the Valley, but they’re bringing a classic

VIDEO: Nashville Hurricane storms the stage at the Cowichan Performing Arts Centre.

Padgett brings this new tour-de-force to the stage in Duncan.

  • Oct 10, 2018

VIDEO: Dancers of Damelahamid celebrate ancient first Nations Traditions with contemporary dance

West coast design, shadow dance and vibrant dance regalia: the stage becomes a mystical realm

Two Cowichan Valley dancers will compete in Portugal in 2019

They have to raise $2,000 each to get there, so they’re starting now

Lexi Bainas column: This week, we’re all about the different ways to have a good time

Celebrate with John, write a song, sing along, or swing from limb to limb

Cobble Hill’s Jim Decker lands three top photography awards

During an exciting photo trip to Yap in Micronesia, local man takes top place in three classes

Chemainus authour documents the region’s unique pubs in Amber River

Guide book provides all the interesting details and experiences that await customers

VIDEO: ‘Soul King’ a delight as it follows Sam Cooke through storied career

From smooth gospel crooner to supper club soul man, Michael Clarke brings Sam Cooke to life

VIDEO: Eagle Eyes takes the Valley by storm in super show

Jack Gunderson, Jason Dunajski, Ray Harvey, and Kenneth Ermter shine on the big stage Sept. 21

‘Soul King’ is at the Cowichan Theatre for one afternoon only Sept. 29

Bigger venue, better acoustics, tempt Michael Clarke to come to the Cowichan Performing Arts Centre

Lexi Bainas column: Because concerts are so noteworthy, the musicale has changed its name

The Bergman Duo host shows at various times this season, so keep your eyes open for them

Big band, show music takes centre stage at Osborne Bay Pub Sept. 30

Dock Side Drive features plenty of great tunes from the 1940s, ’50s and ’60s

Maple Bay Painters celebrate 50 years with special show

What started small has thrived and grown into a vibrant and welcoming group of more than 35 members.

  • Sep 27, 2018