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Vancouver-based folk-rock band caps off stellar year with live performance in Chilliwack on Dec. 28
Morrow's true crime book is featured at Salmonberry's at Harbour Quay
Surrey Little Theatre to hold auditions for upcoming 1950s-set comedy
The hit musical Chicago is coming to Penticton for two shows next March
Event takes place Saturday, Dec. 21 at St. James Church
Charles Ross one-man act based on first two seasons of hit Netflix show
Internationally recognized Canadian Brass performing with Victoria Symphony on Dec. 21
More than 60 members of the OCAC display art in a variety of mediums
The 100 Mile Performing Arts Society is looking to take the community for an under the sea journey with its upcoming production Disney's The Little Mermaid. It is the biggest production to come to 100 Mile in the last seven years, according to the first-time producer, Melissa Hermiston. The cast has a total of 29 members.
Michelle Deines has won $2,000 and her play, The Night Hawks will be produced in fall 2020
A big crowd was entranced Saturday, Dec. 7 when the Royal City Youth Ballet brought Christmas favourite The Nutcracker to the Cowichan Performing Arts Centre.
It was all Christmas cheer at Martin Exeter Hall on Dec. 8, with the 100 Mile Eclectica Choir hosting their annual Christmas Fundraiser for the 100 Mile House and District Food Bank and Loaves and Fishes.
The culmination of the drama program, these productions are the result of months of work
The Canadian Pacific Holiday Train, which passes through Cranbrook as one of its 173 stops on its cross-Canada trip every two years, was in town on Wednesday, Dec. 11. Hundreds of people came out for the special Christmas event and were treated to musical performances from Terri Clark and Dallas Smith.
Musicians like Ari Neufeld will be perfoming at the brewery throughout December and January
The Hornby Island Arts Council is receiving $250,000 for the construction of a new 'Art Centre' building.
Extra $9,000 added to next years budget to add a sixth event to the summer entertainment series