Entertainment

The diverse ambitions of Canadian star of Disney’s live-action ‘Aladdin’ remake

Egyptian-born Mena Massoud was unknown before snagging the lead role in the live-action Disney remake

Nanaimo Ceramic Arts marks first anniversary with open house

Event includes demonstrations, mini-workshops and refreshments

Nanaimo author Greg V. Loewen releases next book in young adult fantasy series

‘The New Self-Reliance’ is the Book 2 of author’s 10-part ‘Kristin-Seraphim Saga’

Local competitive ballroom dance couple competing together for the first time

Josh Moroz and Sarah Au-Yeung to participate in Nanaimo’s Island Fantasy Ball

1990s drama ‘Party of Five’ reboot involves deported parents

Original series ran from 1994 to 2000 and focused on a white family whose parents died in a car crash

Crime Writers of Canada present Cool Canadian Crime at Harbourfront Library

Five West Coast authors, including Nanaimo’s Ardelle Holden, to share their work

video
Headliners present 'Hairspray Jr.' at the Port Theatre
Fiddelium performing at the Port Theatre
A Cappella Plus performs at Shaw Auditorium
VIU visual art show spans a Spectrum of art forms

Chesapeake Shores filming in downtown Nanaimo

Cast and crew close to wrapping up shooting on Season 4 of Hallmark Channel TV series

Mamma Mia! poised to be biggest Chemainus Theatre show ever

Plenty of buzz as Island dinner theatre schedules ABBA-fueled romp

New book from Island author details social history of the E&N railway

Along the E&N tells the story of 32 establishments from Esquimalt to Campbell River.

Nanaimo author details hotel history along the E&N railway

Along the E&N tells the story of 32 establishments from Esquimalt to Campbell River

‘John Wick 3’ dethrones ‘Avengers: Endgame’ with $57 million

Internationally ‘John Wick 3’ earned $35.2 million from 66 territories

Nanaimo youth theatre group presenting ‘Hairspray Jr.’

Headliners director and actors agree musical’s message continues to resonate

Vancouver Island MusicFest: ‘House bands’ from the golden age of rock and R&B

Some of America’s greatest session musicians are coming to the Comox Valley this summer

  • May 18, 2019

Comic Strippers comedy troupe returns to Nanaimo’s Port Theatre

Show combines improvisational games and sketches with male stripper parody

Nanaimo poet Rebecca Garber launches her second book of poetry

Book launch for ‘Becoming a Poet’ takes place at Hope Lutheran Church

‘Kinky Boots’ to star in movie theatres, coming full circle

Fathom Events plans to show a performance in nearly 500 movie theatres across America

‘60 Minutes’ Steve Kroft to retire from the show on Sunday

CBS says Steve Kroft, 73, will retire from the news magazine at Sunday’s season finale

Governor General’s Award-winning author launches her new book

Wendy Phillips’s ‘Baggage’ is told in experimental ‘free verse’ style