Local Entertainment

Sage Sound Singers invite people to go ‘Somewhere in My Memory’

This year’s Christmas concert features a beautiful mix of seasonal music

Krush Dance Company is a stealth local success story

More than 150 dancers aged three and older take part in weekly dance classes and recitals

Theatre Diary: Despite setbacks, the show must go on

Less than a week before opening night, cast and crew wonder if the show will have to be cancelled.

Theatre Diaries 6: Getting down to the wire

Opening night of Blithe Spirit is less than two weeks away; will the cast be ready?

Classical music concert coming to Ashcroft

An evening of classical music will take place at St. Alban’s on Nov. 2

  • Oct 25, 2018

Theatre Diaries 5: What’s my line?

The cast goes off-book, props pile up, and costumes are coming along.

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Theatre Diaries 4: Back to the beginning

Blocking is done, and everyone gets set to start all over again.

Theatre Diaries 2: The adventure begins

The actors gather for a table-read, and the set begins to take rough shape.

Ashcroft and District Fall Fair returns for another fun-filled day

‘The biggest little fair in B.C.’ has something for everyone, with new events and old favourites.

Lytton River Festival promises fun for the whole family

There are new events lined up this year, as well as old favourites like Chicken Poop Bingo.

  • Aug 14, 2018

Comings and Going On in Spences Bridge

Get ready for the ninth annual Desert Daze Festival!

  • Jul 31, 2018

‘Diamond Forever’ brings Neil Diamond’s greatest hits alive

Tribute artist Jason Scott performs in Ashcroft on August 10.

New documentary looks at the birth of the Hare Krishna movement

Film’s directors will be at a screening in Ashcroft on July 20.

Theatre Diary 1: Blithe Spirit

Casting is complete for the WRAPS fall theatre production.

New book tells the story of the 2017 wildfires

A review of British Columbia Burning by Bethany Lindsay.

Disney production filming at Government House on Vancouver Island

Made-for-TV movie will feature the inside of the Victoria mansion

2 Rivers Remix music festival coming to Lytton

Festival features 18 Indigenous groups and artists in free, two-day event.

  • May 15, 2018

Sage Sound singers and guests celebrate Canadian music

Jenny and the Gents and the Desert Bells Handbell Choir join the choir’s spring concert.

Local musician bringing chamber music concert to area

Carmen Ranta hopes to introduce more people to the intimate world of chamber music.