Entertainment

Go undercover for art deals

Vancouver Island School of Art students' works up for grabs during Art Incognito 2011

Country style musicians Carli and Julie Kennedy will join singer-songwriter Ellisa Hartman in performance at Café Spresso on Friday (Sept. 2).

Musicians team up for intimate café show

Kennedy sisters and Ellisa Hartman join forces this Friday in Vic West

Country style musicians Carli and Julie Kennedy will join singer-songwriter Ellisa Hartman in performance at Café Spresso on Friday (Sept. 2).

Hot ticket: The Met: Live in HD, Anna Bolena

Opera on the big screen returns to Victoria

Explore musical options at VCM open house

Activities include an instrument petting zoo

Trent Baumann as The Birdmann offers up a kind of anti-comedy act disguised as a standup routine for his entry in the Victoria Fringe Festival. Find him flying around at St. Andrew's school gym on Pandora Avenue this week.

Fringe Festival offers something for everyone

Black Press staff offer their annual take on a sampling of shows from the 2011 theatre festival

Trent Baumann as The Birdmann offers up a kind of anti-comedy act disguised as a standup routine for his entry in the Victoria Fringe Festival. Find him flying around at St. Andrew's school gym on Pandora Avenue this week.

Traditional music event to support needy

Traditional women's choir sing for the supper of the undernourished

Zachary Stevenson and Elena Juatco star in Arts Club Theatre Company’s production of Buddy: The Buddy Holly Story. The show will be staged in Victoria in November.

Theatre scene alive and well in Victoria

Expanded offerings by one company indirectly helps others

  • Aug 26, 2011
Zachary Stevenson and Elena Juatco star in Arts Club Theatre Company’s production of Buddy: The Buddy Holly Story. The show will be staged in Victoria in November.

Concert series marks Esquimalt centennial

Friends of St. Paul's Church arranging opening show

Well-travelled comedian/musician Tony Molesworth brings his banjo-heavy show Pickin n’ Shtick to the Victoria Fringe Festival. His first of six performances at the Victoria Conservatory of Music’s Wood Hall happens tonight (Aug. 25) at 9:30 p.m.

It’s up, up and away for Victoria Fringe Fest 2011

More than 70 different shows are featured in this year's version of the theatre extravaganza

Well-travelled comedian/musician Tony Molesworth brings his banjo-heavy show Pickin n’ Shtick to the Victoria Fringe Festival. His first of six performances at the Victoria Conservatory of Music’s Wood Hall happens tonight (Aug. 25) at 9:30 p.m.

Hot ticket: The Wailin’ Jennys

Juno Award-winning trio make another stop in Victoria

A study in transmutation at the Mac

Art exhibit at McPherson Playhouse features mixed media

Music Corner blends songs and stories

Sunday CD release performance slated for White Eagle Hall in Victoria

  • Aug 25, 2011
Allan Antliff

Anarchists unite at literary feast in Fernwood

Family-friendly event welcomes newcomers to explore anarchist movement

Allan Antliff
Artist Richard Hunt stands with his painting “Malahat & The Cowichan Valley

West Coast exhibit on at reopened gallery

UVic's Legacy Gallery on Yates Street celebrates extensive renovations with new exhibit

Artist Richard Hunt stands with his painting “Malahat & The Cowichan Valley
Sculptor Dallas V. Duobaitis’ “Buddha of Dissonance” will be featured at the Ministry of Casual Living on Haultain Street starting this Saturday (Aug. 27) until Sept. 2.

Buddha sculpture offers different take

Cultural icon crafted from a different viewpoint

Sculptor Dallas V. Duobaitis’ “Buddha of Dissonance” will be featured at the Ministry of Casual Living on Haultain Street starting this Saturday (Aug. 27) until Sept. 2.

Whimsical exhibit at Red

Various artists offer up humourous topics for artwork

Beginner dance classes ignite passion for salsa

Participants need not have experience to check out style

Actor Charles Ross gets into character for his role in the Fringe Festival play Tara Firm and the Lunar War Chronicles.

PREVIEW: FRINGE FESTIVAL 2011

Celebrating 25 years of making theatre audiences laugh, cry and hope

  • Aug 19, 2011
Actor Charles Ross gets into character for his role in the Fringe Festival play Tara Firm and the Lunar War Chronicles.
Montreal-based Robbie Sinclair and the Beggar's Laughing
Montreal-based Robbie Sinclair and the Beggar's Laughing
Oliver Swain

Everybody’s folkin’ for the weekend

Who's who of Canadian folk and roots gathering at Royal Athletic Park for Folkwest

Oliver Swain