Entertainment

Yuriko Clark

Lambrick drama students take on edgy, real-life stories of street youth

Instead of putting on an elaborate production of Romeo and Juliet or…

  • May 18, 2011
Yuriko Clark
Langford’s Sarah Vardy brings her soprano voice to the stage Sunday (May 22) in the classic Bizet opera Carmen.

Opera lover living her performing dream

Breakthrough year for up-and-coming sopranoShe has a voice that thunders, a voice…

Langford’s Sarah Vardy brings her soprano voice to the stage Sunday (May 22) in the classic Bizet opera Carmen.

Performing arts cash up for grabs

The deadline for the Jerry Gosley Music Theatre scholarship has been extended…

Intimate body of work to be exhibited

A series of intimate and evocative portraits, many of which highlight the…

  • May 17, 2011
Blues guitarist David Gogo is on the list of performers for this month at Hermann’s Jazz Club. He’ll play May 27.

It’s high time for High Tide

The patrons will keep dancing during a trio of shows promoted by…

Blues guitarist David Gogo is on the list of performers for this month at Hermann’s Jazz Club. He’ll play May 27.
Legendary bluesman Jim Byrnes plays a fundraiser concert for the Sandy Merriman House women's shelter at Lucky Bar next week.

Byrnes and buddies playing Lucky for a cause

Legendary bluesman Jim Byrnes and friends play Lucky Bar, 517 Yates St.,…

Legendary bluesman Jim Byrnes plays a fundraiser concert for the Sandy Merriman House women's shelter at Lucky Bar next week.
Have guitar

From laughter to tears: Uno Fest has it all

Solo artists showcase theatrical storytelling during Intrepid eventWith just a guitar and…

  • May 13, 2011
Have guitar

Celebrate emerging local theatre artists

Theatre groups around the region are joining forces this weekend to stage…

  • May 13, 2011

Twin bill flicks at Open Space

Two cinematic projects that tease memory and history are paired up in…

Kindred Spirits unite with music

Themes of friendship, love and Canadianism are part of an upcoming performance…

Jazz vespers finale in Colwood

This month’s jazz vespers concert in Colwood brings together two prominent Island…

  • May 12, 2011

Hot Ticket: K.J. Sawka and Terravita

Drummer K.J. Sawka of Pendulum joins bassist Terravita and electronic musician Antiserum…

  • May 12, 2011
Victoria Film Festival director Kathy Kay peers out from behind a huge cardboard cutout of The Beatles from Yellow Submarine. The film is being screened for the upcoming SingCinema event on Saturday (May 14).

It’s time for a Fab Four singalong

The Beatles’ Yellow Submarine continues family friendly film trendThe Beatles are looking…

Victoria Film Festival director Kathy Kay peers out from behind a huge cardboard cutout of The Beatles from Yellow Submarine. The film is being screened for the upcoming SingCinema event on Saturday (May 14).
Manjinder Benning

Jazz Fest 2011 digs into musical roots

2011 festival lineup a broader range of genresWith headliners like Lucinda Williams,…

Manjinder Benning

Creative Canadian spirit sought for contest

A large amount of interest in spoken word and poetry performances sparked…

Chamber choir sings sounds for all hours

Wade Noble conducts the Vancouver Island Chamber Choir for “Dusk to Dawn”…

  • May 10, 2011

Hot ticket: David Rovics, BCGEU Hall

American political activist and folk singer David Rovics sings Saturday, May 21…

  • May 7, 2011
Heather Burns

VOS offers a taste of Broadway

The day after the royal wedding, Sylvie Hosie enthused about how it…

Heather Burns
Kim Simmonds

Veteran bluesmen at Club Karma

Savoy Brown, who were part of the British blues revolution starting in…

  • May 5, 2011
Kim Simmonds

Writing deadline extended for contest

Hopeful contestants still looking to enter the annual Victoria Writers’ Society’s 10th…