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Dave Foley joins Island FanCon lineup

Dave Foley joins Island FanCon lineup

Island FanCon, a celebration of pop culture, is slated for Langford April 13 and 14.
Why not a fun heist movie? Director brings levity to Indigenous film

Why not a fun heist movie? Director brings levity to Indigenous film

The Great Salish Heist screened at this year’s Victoria Film Festival and is currently touring Island cinemas. It hits Cinecenta at UVic on Friday.
Critic's picks: Tom Petty tribute; Daniel Lapp party; Clown Fish

Critic's picks: Tom Petty tribute; Daniel Lapp party; Clown Fish

Arts writer Mike Devlin picks his facourite upcoming events, including The Legendary Life of Tom Petty at McPherson Playhouse on Friday.
Explore: Church fundraiser; art history show; rock and gem show

Explore: Church fundraiser; art history show; rock and gem show

Upcoming events: Book sale for charity on Saturday; Victoria art-history exhibit on Sunday; rock and gem show Friday to Sunday
Hermann's Upstairs to close this month as operators end lease

Hermann's Upstairs to close this month as operators end lease

Hermann’s Upstairs, along with Hermann’s Lounge, will cease operations on March 31, after the Arts on View Society ended its upper-floor leases
Stunning First Nations art collection assembled by B.C. diving pioneer Phil Nuytten on display

Stunning First Nations art collection assembled by B.C. diving pioneer Phil Nuytten on display

Dozens of works by well-known Northwest Coast artists like Ellen Neel, Charlie James, Mungo Martin, Robert Davidson, Beau Dick on exhibit.
Review: Skilled ensemble from India gives Victoria a rare look at an ancient form of dance

Review: Skilled ensemble from India gives Victoria a rare look at an ancient form of dance

Hosted by Dance Victoria, the Nrityagram Dance Ensemble presented the Canadian premiere of a 70-minute work titled Khankanā: The Sound of Dancing Feet.
Residential-school play cancelled after complaints playwright is white

Residential-school play cancelled after complaints playwright is white

Sisters, staged by Theatre Inconnu, explores residential-school abuse and was supposed to run until March 9 but was abruptly cancelled on Wednesday
Chelsea Handler talks therapy, standup and life in Whistler ahead of Victoria debut

Chelsea Handler talks therapy, standup and life in Whistler ahead of Victoria debut

Chelsea Handler has been taking breaks from skiing at Whistler for Canadian stops on her Little Big Bitch Tour, which brings her to Victoria Friday.
India's Nrityagram troupe brings ancient dance to Victoria

India's Nrityagram troupe brings ancient dance to Victoria

India’s Nrityagram Dance Ensemble will perform at the Royal Theatre on Friday and Saturday