Local Entertainment

Depicting the elements

As long as there has been painters, there has been paintings of nature

Haunted walk takes road less travelled

Caravan Farm Theatre’s Walk of Terror offers no reprieve from the horrors that lurk in the dark

Koyczan eager to be in front of hometown crowd

Shane Koyczan, world renowned poet and spoken word artist, returns to Penticton

Crook's Corner
Women's choir sings from the heart
Crook's Corner
Crook's Corner

Book Talk: Terrifying tales

A great novel transcends the page and form to speak to readers of all persuasions

  • Oct 29th, 2017

A tour steeped in tradition

For nearly two decades, they’ve delighted North Okanagan masses with their folk and country grooves

Headbones goes lunar in new exhibit

Using the Moon to Fuel the Stars opens Nov. 2 at Headbones Gallery

  • Oct 27th, 2017

Enderby theatre puts puppets in the spotlight

It doesn’t take a giant to change the world

Reel Reviews: Geostorm fails to impress

We say, “Geostorm fails even where it should succeed.”

  • Oct 27th, 2017

Street Sounds: European jazz noir

Melanie De Biasio’s third album, Lilies is a stark collection of jazz noir, European style

  • Oct 27th, 2017

Film closes SvevaFest

Jim Elderton’s Sveva Imprisoned will screen at Vernon Towne Cinema Oct. 29

SonReal headlines Grey Cup kickoff show

Vernon-born performer SonReal (Aaron Hoffman) to perform at 105th Grey Cup Kickoff show Nov. 26

Film explores Hasidic community

The Vernon Film Society brings in a film visiting a world we rarely see: New York’s Hasidic community

  • Oct 25th, 2017

Rocky Horror Show is more than meets the eye

Theatre is more than just stimulating entertainment, it’s a conduit for escapism

Jack Garton and the Demon Squadron impress crowds at Vernon show

Jack Garton’s accordion doesn’t play that incessant bouncing polka, or that tedious carnival-ride refrain. Garton’s accordion plays raspy chords and smoky riffs: ones you usually don’t hear from the squeezebox.

  • Oct 23rd, 2017

Artist recruitment begins for 2018 sculpture exhibition

Penticton is looking for sculptors to participate in its second public sculpture exhibition

Funny man brings levity to Vernon

Derek Edwards is bringing his 90-minute stand-up routine to the Vernon stage

Contenders to perform at Okanagan venues

This year, musicians Valdy and Gary Fjellgaard will be joined by Blu and Kelly Hopkins

Brantley Gilbert to take The Ones That Like Me 2018 Tour to Kelowna

With Rolling Stone citing Devil Don’t Sleep Best of 2017, it’s gonna rock

Letterkenny stars take their act to the Okanagan

The stars of the Crave TV original series Letterkenny will be performing in Kelowna

Outdoor theatre gears up for new season

It’s their goal to connect audiences with artists, and to connect both with the beauty of nature