Local Entertainment

Chemainus Theatre Festival’s Silent Sky captures the essence of a world of discovery

Story of Henrietta Leavitt beautifully portrayed by a five-person cast

Historical figure ahead of her time depicted in Silent Sky

Story about Henrietta Leavitt’s work brings a different gaze upon the universe

Barrat in his hat just like Ol’ Blue Eyes

Comox Valley crooner reprises role as Frank Sinatra in Crofton

  • Oct 11th, 2017

Chemainus Polka Dot Trail attracts visitors to artists

Great displays in many locations during fourth annual visit of participating studios

Talented kids putting on a show again in Chemainus

Backing of the 55+ Activity Centre provides a forum to perform

Commodores Big Band makes annual stop in Crofton

Huge repertoire of music featured at Pat’s House of Jazz

  • Sep 29th, 2017
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


        Dawn Adams’ murder mystery another legendary show in Chemainus

        Director always seems to assemble a magical cast for each production

        Fibre art hooks Chemainus’ Wike from her background

        Childhood memories lead to utilizing her talents in later years

        Polka Dot Trail tour in Chemainus includes silk scarf painting

        Taylor gives people a chance to put their talents to the test

        Victoria trio honours jazz legend Fitzgerald in Crofton venue

        Pat’s House of Jazz hosts a memorable afternoon of vocalists

        Chemainus’ Polka Dot Trail runs Sept. 29 to Oct. 1

        Chemainus Valley Cultural Arts Society event a popular attraction

        • Sep 18th, 2017

        St. Michael’s Church Hall turns into a gangster haven

        Dawn Adams Roaring ’20s style performance sure to be a hit

        Pat’s House of Jazz welcomes Hand Verhoeven quartet

        Classic 60s Hammond B3 organ grooves the group’s forte

        • Sep 11th, 2017

        The butler did it in Chemainus Theatre Festival’s Jeeves Takes A Bow

        Plenty of time left to see fast-moving production that’s full of surprises and runs until Sept. 30

        • Sep 11th, 2017

        Rock Legends makes Chemainus Theatre Festival history

        More people saw the nostalgic musical than any other performance in theatre’s 25-year history

        Cuffling reprizes Jeeves role at Chemainus Theatre for the third time

        Jeeves Takes A Bow brings more antics and sarcasm from the heroic butler

        Connor Stewart Trio brings the Big Easy to Crofton

        Pat’s House of Jazz kicks off the fall season at the Osborne Bay Pub

        The band Spectrelight has prominent Chemainus roots

        Former baseball teammates Shaw and Jackson join musical forces

        Dawn Adams murder mystery sure to be another classic

        Victim’s body turns up in an unlikely place during dinner theatre show at St. Michael’s Church

        Chemainus writer publishes first novel

        A Hard Place actually the second book Masters has written