Local Entertainment

Lexi Bainas Column: Big names, bargain tickets, gingerbread: it’s all here folks

There’s so much talent in the Cowichan Valley. Let’s celebrate it

VIDEO: Dvořák, Goddard, and Schumann featured at afternoon symphony concert in Duncan

Ryan Cole is the trumpet soloist in the premiere of Goddard’s ‘Concerto for Trumpet’

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

Arbutus Ridge Art Club offers exciting show and sale Nov. 3-4

Painter Jill Waterfall finds her membership in the group is an important part of her life

VIDEO: Glass Tiger comes to Duncan on Nov. 7

You won’t forget them when they’re gone; they’re rock icons

VIDEO: ‘God is a Scottish Drag Queen’ returns to Cowichan with a highly anticipated sequel

It’s wild, it’s wonderful, it’s Michael Delamont in the second coming of his fun show

REVIEW: Mercury Players’ ‘Deathtrap’ is a thriller in every sense of the word

With a strong cast, great direction, and a devilish plot, this play delivers on all fronts

Some sweet acoustic blues coming to Duncan Showroom Friday

Doc MacLean and Albert Frost invite you to “Ride shotgun on an epic, blues road tour”

REVIEW: The road to true love is bumpy indeed in ‘Outside Mullingar’

Revel in the craftsmanship while enjoying this delightful story at the Chemainus Theatre

Amazing artist JW-Jones brings his act to the Osborne Bay Pub in Crofton

Live act by a master bluesman something to see and hear

VIDEO: BC World Music Collective brings eclectic mix to Cowichan Performing Arts Centre Nov. 2

From a Coast Salish rapper to an African percussionist there’s music of all kinds in this show

Lorraine Nygaard, Louise Rose, and combo to shine at Crofton this Sunday

Jazz: smooth and soulful, is on the menu at Osborne Bay Pub

  • Oct 19, 2018

Music of Beethoven and Brahms featured in the Cowichan Consort’s Nov. 3 event

Discovery Elementary School’s choir will present songs in this show as well

‘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

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

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