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Corbin Keep and Oliver Swain at Tir-Na-nOg

Oliver Swain and Corbin Keep, both über talented veterans of the BC music scene, are about to embark on their fourth 2014 tour together, which will bring them to Tir-Na-nOg Theatre on Saturday, November 8th at 7:30PM.

The toast of the town

That was what “The Ed Sullivan Show” was first titled and in fact the name of the opening theme song. The show ran from 1948 to 1971 for 22 years and was well known to World War II and the baby boomer generations.
Bowen-grown directors and actors, bring Hamlet to the stage – with a twist

Bowen-grown directors and actors, bring Hamlet to the stage – with a twist

Shakespeare’s longest play has also inspired countless re-tellings and starting next week in Vancouver, another version of Hamlet will be brought to the stage starting next week by Bowen-raised directors, Sam and Kailey Spear.

Classical Concert Series presents the Cascadia Reed Quintet

Bowen Island Arts Council (BIAC) is happy to be presenting the Cascadia Reed Quintet as it’s first in the 2014-2015 Classical Concerts Series at 3:30 p.m. on Sunday October 25 at Cates Hill Chapel.
Are You Procrastinating?

Are You Procrastinating?

If you are a writer—or want to be a writer—you most likely are a master of procrastination. Few activities are more exhilarating and more frustrating than trying to write something you’re proud to have read.
Words & Music

Words & Music

Sunday, Oct. 26 at 2 p.m. at Collins Hall will be the venue for a shared program of poetry by Bernice Lever and the “Once Again” musicians (Lorraine Ashdown, Earl Jenkins and Nicolas Belluk).
Jazz trio seeks a new home for Friday night gig

Jazz trio seeks a new home for Friday night gig

For almost a year, Rob Bailey, Teun Schut, and Buff Allen knew what they’d be up to on Friday nights: playing their favourite tunes at Doc Morgan’s Pub.
A master colourist brings his work to the Gallery at Artisan Square

A master colourist brings his work to the Gallery at Artisan Square

Don’t miss the incredible work of Andrew Plewes now showing at The Gallery at Artisan Square. Plewes is a master colourist and his images leap off the canvas with their vibrancy.
Bowen Island's Cube makes an appearance in the desert

Bowen Island's Cube makes an appearance in the desert

Bowen Island artist Stacy Beamer made his first trip down Nevada's Black Rock Desert for the annual Burning Man Festival in 2006.

A new season of classical concerts

An exciting series of subscription classical concerts put on by the Bowen Island Arts Council (BIAC)is slated for Bowen Islanders for 2014-2015. It will be kicked-off on Sunday 26 October by the Cascadia Reed Quintet.