Entertainment

Alan Doyle brings Newfoundland kitchen party to the Port Theatre next week

Former Great Big Sea singer presents new solo album, ‘A Week at the Warehouse’

Nanaimo metal group Tama Hills release debut EP, tour Western Canada

Band bringing new record ‘Bookmark’ to the Cambie

Ceramic artist explores interconnectedness of natural world in first solo show

Karisa Evdokimoff presents ‘Beneath the Surface’ at Nanaimo Ceramic Arts

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Nanaimo Chamber Orchestra performs at Malaspina Theatre
Headliners present 'Hairspray Jr.' at the Port Theatre
Fiddelium performing at the Port Theatre
A Cappella Plus performs at Shaw Auditorium

Jazz, R&B and rock music students descend on VIU for West Coast Jazz Festival

Selected students will advance to Musicfest Canada Finals in Ottawa in May

Trauma and recovery cracked ‘Wide Open’ in new memoir by B.C. author

B.C. author D.M. Ditson writes about assault and the journey to recovery

Gord Downie to receive Allan Slaight humanitarian award

The former Tragically Hip frontman died in 2017

Northern B.C. high school student reaches 100,000 followers on YouTube

Voice actor, animator, Jericho Fortune has more than 30-million views on his channel GTAGAMER222

Comedy fundraiser for Island Crisis Care Society returns to the Queen’s

Charity event will feature five Vancouver Island comedians

Gabriola Island singer returns to the stage after six-year absence

Yolanda King’s singing career was halted when she started having seizures

Nanaimo’s A Cappella Plus choir presents gems from the ’60s and ’70s

‘Remember When’ show is Sunday, April 28, at the Shaw Auditorium

Nanaimo Art Gallery exhibition aims to bridge generations

‘Across the Table’ features work that highlights artistic and cultural family connections

‘Cutthroat’ sport of wine tasting happening in B.C.

BC Tasting Games are underway with competitions in three Okanagan communities.

VIDEO: Duncan-Nanaimo’s Funkanometry bow out of ‘World of Dance’ with ‘After Hours’ routine

Judges praised them as entertainers, and urged them to work a bit more on their dancing

Shakespeare Fest sees students from across B.C. ‘play on’ in Okanagan

19th annual Goodwill Shakespeare Festival draws hundreds from across B.C.

Poems come from personal experiences in Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside

‘Fresh Pack of Smokes’ reflects on author’s history of transience and drug addiction

Federation of B.C. Writers’ Spring Writes Festival returns to Nanaimo

More than 30 presenters will hold readings and workshops in downtown venues

Nanaimo artist showing new floral work ‘Strange Botanicals’

Painting series inspired by 19th century gardening and botany manual

Celebrity chefs, glitter bars, makeup artists: How music fests sweeten VIP experiences

Roxodus kicks off its inaugural four-day fest on July 11 in Clearview, Ont., outside Barrie

Prince’s memoir ‘The Beautiful Ones’ to be released this fall

Icon died three years ago, on April 21, from an accidental fentanyl overdose