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The play is called Trap and RSS says they've never done anything like this before
Program includes Bach, Handel, Vivaldi and guest clarinetist Rebecca Hissen
Folk-Roots Music Society presents Jack Semple Jan. 18 at Lodge
Writing a book about one of his favourite things just felt natural for Terry Nelson.
La Vie En Rose features breathtaking and stirring compositions by some of the most celebrated French composers
La Vie en Rose is a "classical romantic concert" features music by some of France's most beloved composers and will be conducting a three-city tour of Vancouver Island, one of which will see the performance come to our very own Tidemark Theatre.
Langley's Quintessential jazz band took home the Fraser Valley jazz music award last month.
Playing several instruments, sometimes at the same time, this duo offer great entertainment
Katrina Kadoski will reprise her one-woman role
James 'Buddy' Rogers releases a live album called Everytime on Jan. 15.
Musician bring a variety of music genres to the stage
Tom checks out the Snowed In Comedy Tour.
Lexi Bainas Column: VIDEO: Finally a ‘Christopher’ for the Mercury Players, and several fine upcoming shows: read on
A country dance, an artist's retrospective, a hot ticket from Hospice, and a show of Roy Orbison hits
Pritchett discusses "landmark" 2018, looks to make 2019 even better
Still life collection "A Wondrous Whole" on show at The Arts Station until January 29
Nadine's gallery features Donna Swain for month of January
Awards 'recognize the finest work' in the special events industry worldwide
Golden Globe winning movie to run at Salmar Classic Jan. 11 to 17.
"Let me show you how beautiful the music is," says Campbell River's own, Canadian pianist, Carter Johnson.
The required temporary residence permit was denied by the federal government
Trevor Meyer and Wilson Campbell win national recognition for their no-budget efforts