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Alastair Knowles and Aaron Malkin star in O Christmas Tea at the Port Theatre Dec. 8 and 9.
Nanaimo International Jazz Festival Association plans to host festival next year in September.
Royal Winnipeg Ballet respects Russian traditions while adding Canadian cultural elements to The Nutcracker.
Capon's artwork series Thirty Variations on a Theme inspired by Bach's classical piece, Goldberg Variations.
Nanaimo musicians perform commercial pop hits of Taylor Swift at the Dinghy Dock Pub Saturday (Nov. 26).
Vancouver Island University English professor Paul Watkins discusses Compton's poetry book Performance Bond and Hogan's Alley.
Annual art event held in Nanaimo's downtown and Old City Quarter features almost 40 artists.
The Tourist Company performs with Maverick Cinema at Nanaimo's White Sails Brewing Thursday (Nov. 24).
Hip Hops Toys for Tots, annual charity fundraising concert, is at the Cambie Dec. 1 at 8 p.m.
Author Ann Eriksson reads excerpts from her book The Performance at Nanaimo's Harbourfront Library Monday (Nov. 21).
Self-guided Country Christmas Tour features galleries, artist studios, farms and shops - 18 destinations.
Nanaimo's Halle Ebdrup competes in the World Dance Championships in Riesa Germany as a member of Team Canada.
Heather Goldminc hosts a Clayworks Christmas at her Lantzville studio No. 26-27.
Karl Stobbe performs as a guest artist during the Vancouver Island Symphony's Romantic Spirit concert.
Vancouver Island artist Pattiann Withapea displays her paintings at the Vault Café until the end of November.
There are several Christmas and holiday craft markets in November for shoppers seeking handmade gifts in Nanaimo.
Over 18 documentary, which explores the issue of porn addiction among young children, is being screened in Nanaimo Sunday (Nov. 13).
Nanaimo musician Mark Crissinger is in the running for a Maple Blues Awards and needs votes to win.
Jesse Cook performs during a sold out concert at Nanaimo's Port Theatre Saturday (Nov. 12).
Brendan McLeod presents his observations about the human brain during his show Brain at the Port Theatre Friday (Nov. 11).