Local Entertainment

Nelson’s mural festival will rely on B.C. artists who will paint in isolation

All performances will be livestreamed and online

VIDEO: Nelson composer remotely records song with 14 singers

Doug Jamieson initially wrote the song for last year’s ‘Fastlane To Paradise’

Only in Nelson set for pop-up drive in, broadcast premiere

The documentary, filmed around the municipal election of 2018, will air on the Knowledge Network

  • May 17, 2020

COLUMN: How the Civic Theatre is paying it forward

Executive director Eleanor Stacey explains a new initiative

Nelson’s ArtWalk 2020 to feature digital art gallery

A staple event for the local arts community will have a different feel this summer

Nelson author’s novel chronicles a family’s cryptozoological obsession

Sarah Louise Butler’s The Wild Heavens reviewed by Tom Sandborn

  • May 1, 2020
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Shambhala Music Festival not offering ticket refunds

The festival says it will make tickets redeemable if this year’s dates are postponed

VIDEO: Nelson rappers release song ‘COVID-19’

TV Legends includes Taylor Pritchard, Charlie Garton and Akailah Yocom

RED Mountain to close in response to COVID-19 pandemic

RED joins Whitewater resort in shutting operations for public health concerns

Nelson ArtWalk seeking submissions

You have until April 17 to submit your application

  • Feb 21, 2020

COLUMN: Hollywood’s biggest night comes to The Civic Theatre

The theatre is hosting a free screening of the Oscars

  • Feb 6, 2020

Homeschool students stage Let the Games Begin

A charismatic Kootenay-based cast of home learners ages five to 16 will dazzle you Feb. 6, 7, and 8

  • Jan 29, 2020

COLUMN: Glancing backward and gazing forward at The Civic

The Civic’s top ten movies of the year, and more from Brian May

  • Jan 10, 2020

B.C. child actor Jacob Tremblay helps release rehabilitated seal pups

One of the marine mammals was named Ja-cod in the young celebrity’s honour

Secondhand Stoke film festival to open Friday at Capitol

The event will raise money for the Yukon to Yellowstone Conservation Initiative

  • Dec 4, 2019

Concert series raising money for Kootenay school music programs

The Playmor Junction Big Band plays LVR on Wednesday and Mount Sentinel on Dec. 4

  • Nov 25, 2019

Colin James and Blues Trio cranks up Interior stages

Tickets on sale Friday for Vernon, Penticton, Nelson and Cranbrook shows

VIDEO: New Nelson company CK9 Studios makes debut with stunning ski film

Simon Shave and Clay Mitchell released ‘Over Time’ last month

Night of Grief and Mystery coming to Capitol Theatre

Gregory Hoskins and Stephen Jenkinson bring their unique show to Nelson on Tuesday.

Celebrated string quartet to play in Nelson

The Rolston String Quartet plays Nov. 11 at the Capitol Theatre

  • Nov 3, 2019