Entertainment

Encore! celebrates Canada’s 150th anniversary with concert

It’s a special celebration of Canadian diversity

Comedian Ron James is back in Duncan with his Pedal to the Metal show

The Canadian comic makes a welcome return to the Valley on April 30.

Showroom showcases trio of young bands (Video)

Raised Fourth, Eric’s Basement, and Sunshine and Shadows take the Duncan Showroom stage.

QMS brings the musical mayhem of Sister Act to the stage this weekend

There’s plenty to like about a show that includes both singing nuns, gangsters, and friendship

Cowichan realtor takes over as regional film coordinator

Economic Development Cowichan welcomes Laura Jennifer Leppard

Showers of song in forecast at Brenda’s Brats light hearted show

The cheerful Mill Bay-based choir is ready for a month ending show

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Nanaimo's Sunshine and Shadows join the show in Duncan
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Raised Fourth are a talented rock band with their eyes on the prize
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Eric's Basement may be young but they are aiming to go places
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Cast of Annie Jr take a bow on the big stage
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Orbison tribute, Concenti concert, and Freedom Gospel make for an exciting week

April 23-29 is an exciting week for entertaiment in the Cowichan Valley.

Arlo Guthrie brings his Running Down the Road tour to Cowichan (video)

He’s been around a long time and his story-telling skills have only improved over the years.

Ensemble Laude makes a welcome return to Providence Farm

Women’s chorus, noted for medieval repertoire, plays the Providence Farm Chapel

Brentwood College students stage Picasso at the Lapin Agile

Brilliant, witty play offers students great chance to explore characters.

Lively crowd leads to wrestlers’ return to Lake Cowichan

They got such a good reception for their show, the WPA wrestlers are coming back to Centennial Hall.

Life’s tough and tender lessons are on menu in 2 Pianos, 4 Hands.

Chemainus Theatre’s lastest show is about more than just music. It’s about life.

Rivernotes Choir looking forward to April 29 gig

The women of the Rivernotes Choir have been together for more than five years.

  • Apr 10th, 2017

Laketown Rock could become a huge festival in future

Ticket sales and enquiries are leading organizers to look at a growing future for new festival.

Juno Awards set to pay tribute to Leonard Cohen

Feist will play a classic song to honour the famous singer

Unique show comes to Duncan

Swain and Chen offer a spritual experience

  • Mar 28th, 2017

Tribute band, Eagle Eyes, big hit at Lake Cowichan’s Riverside Inn

Eagles Eyes, which includes Bub Gunderson of Lake Cowichan, packs them in at local pub

Mother Mother striving to maintain intimacy as the venues grow

Band is back on Vancouver Island with show in Victoria

  • Mar 20th, 2017

Rock ‘n’ roll icon Chuck Berry dies at 90

The singer, guitarist and songwriter died Saturday afternoon, in Missouri.