Entertainment

B.C. non-fiction prize being replaced with yet-to-be-announced award program

Canadian Non-Fiction award category is being replaced with an award carrying a ‘B.C.-focussed lens’

Nobel literature prize will not be awarded this year

The prize will not be awarded due to sex-abuse allegations that have affected the public image of the Swedish Academy that selects the winner

VIU jazz grad Ryan Oliver and the Cookers Quintet play the Lighthouse Bistro

Oliver recently moved to Victoria after spending 20 years in Toronto and New York

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Schmooze Productions presents 'Chicago' at Malaspina Theatre
Caravan Stage Company performs at Waterfront Suites and Marina
Nanaimo Chamber Orchestra presents 'Musical Dreams' at Malaspina Theatre
Vesna Ukrainian dancers to perform at Malaspina Theatre

Errington artist Dan Gray displaying his pastel work at Art 10 Gallery in May

Gray is giving a demonstration at the gallery on May 5 from 2 to 4 p.m.

Pete Seeger tribute show to be held on what would have been singer’s 99th birthday

Bob Bossin, the Konsorados, Tony Turner, Leah Hokanson, Jim and Joe Spinelli to play Unitarian Hall

Tony Award nominations promise clash of big brands

Plenty of nominations don’t necessarily lead to actual wins on Tony night

Dandelion Dance Company performs at Malaspina Theatre

Teenage dancers designed all elements of the show themselves

Malaspina and Cowichan Consort choirs come together for Verdi’s ‘Requiem’

Concert will feature a quartet of celebrated Canadian soloists

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Hermit’s Music Songwriter Showcase comes to Unitarian Hall

Paul Bezooyen, Bob Enns, Mary Faherty and Dave Kilbank will perform new music

Tina Fey’s ‘Mean Girls,’ ‘SpongeBob’ musical lead Tony nods

Best new musical category is filled by “The Band’s Visit,” ”Frozen,” ”Mean Girls” and “SpongeBob SquarePants: The Musical.

VIDEO: B.C. ‘escapologist’ stuns judges on Britain’s Got Talent

Matt Johnson says televised water stunt was closest he’s come to death

Studio Showcase brings Nanoose Bay artists together under one roof

Artists are displaying works ahead of this year’s Thanksgiving and Christmas studio tours

Sooke songwriter Katrina Kadoski tells the story of a Vancouver Island pioneer

‘Cougar Annie Tales’ recounts the life of a 68-year resident of the Clayoquot Sound rainforest

26th annual Island Fantasy Ball coming to Beban Park social centre

Competition to feature around 120 dancers from B.C. and around the world

A Cappella Plus brings all-request show to Vancouver Island Conference Centre

Chorus’ repertoire is entirely composed of past audience suggestions

B.C. guitarist aims to play for 116 hours, break Guinness record for charity

Local musician will aim to break Guinness record at River Rock Casino Resort, starting May 7

Nanaimo’s Tidesmen chorus is hosting a regional barbershop competition this weekend

Convention will bring 250 Pacific Northwest singers in quartets and choruses to Nanaimo

Cosby jury to decide: Serial rapist or con artist’s mark

Bill Cosby is at the courthouse Tuesday morning ahead of closing arguments in his sexual assault retrial.