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Victoria stage production explores value of trust in relationships

Proof runs now through June 24 at Langham Court Theatre

The Children's Republic comes to the Belfry


    Free outdoor film screenings return to Victoria


      Nelly Furtado says her genre changes can be confusing for fans


        Langham season finishes with Proof

        Proof runs June 7 to 24 at A Langham Court Theatre in Rockland

        Tall Tree offers hope to Pemberton ticket holders

        Tall Tree Festival offers exchange ticket for fans with cancelled Pemberton tickets.

        Lost tapes illustrate hilarity of adolescence

        Fernwood performer one of 17 at UNO Fest

        Studio group retuns to Cedar Hill art gallery

        Phyllis Serota Studio Group to show at Cedar Hill

        Operatic society takes on sounds of Andrew Llyod Webber

        Sunset Boulevard hits the McPherson Playhouse stage May 5 to 14.

        Skating fans embrace Elvis Stojko’s return

        Stars on Ice glides into Save-on-Foods Memorial Centre May 16.

        Victoria’s improv scene gaining momentum

        Paper Street Theatre’s annual improv festival kicks off April 25 to 29.

        Esquimalt High students bringing big laughs to stage

        School’s production of How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying takes place later this month.

        Les Feluettes opera a complicated love story

        Les Feluettes (The Lilies) takes place at the Royal Theatre April 20, 22, 28 at 8 p.m. and April 30 at 2:30 p.m.

        Impulse Theatre explores art of dreams in new play

        Belfry Theatre, Langham Court also kicking off productions next week

        CRD doles out arts funds

        Arts Commission awarded grants worth $102,500

        Saxophonist bringing New Orleans-inspired sounds to Victoria

        Two years ago, Jonnie Bridgman found himself completely immersed in the birth place of jazz.

        Nelly Furtado says her genre changes can be confusing for fans

        The singer from Victoria says her constant changes in language and genre make her a “complicated artist.”. She says her new album “The Ride” is her most raw material to date.

        Launch Pad Theatre returns to Craigdarroch with feverish farce

        It’s not a typical experience one would find at a play.

        Ever wonder what Elton John might think of Victoria?

        Some dubious insight into what it may have been like the last time he followed the Yellow Brick Road to Vancouver Island

        • Mar 9th, 2017

        Producer shines spotlight on tribal police

        A new documentary series on the province's only First Nations police force is about to be unveiled.