Entertainment

Larry the Cable Guy brought his 'redneck' brand of humour to the Abbotsford Entertainment and Sports Centre on Sunday night. The show included comedians Bill Engvall and Reno Collier.

Larry ‘Gits ‘R Done’

Larry the Cable Guy came to Abbotsford Sunday night to share his views on late night television commercials, personal hygiene, shopping at Walmart, midgets and a variety of bodily functions better left unsaid.
And the audience took in each word like it was a rare treat.
Comedian Daniel Lawrence Whitney (better known as Larry) provided the kind of base level, redneck humour that you can't help but laugh at

Larry the Cable Guy brought his 'redneck' brand of humour to the Abbotsford Entertainment and Sports Centre on Sunday night. The show included comedians Bill Engvall and Reno Collier.
Lillix sisters Lacey-Lee

Lillix promotes new album, including stop in Abbotsford

Lillix is back on the road with a new album. After years absent from the music industry, sisters Lacey-Lee and Tasha-Ray Evin independently released Tigerlily last August. Their third record is a personal reflection on losing their former management team, record label, and the return to music.

Lillix sisters Lacey-Lee

Gallery 7 stages Quiet in the Land

Anne Chislett’s drama Quiet in the Land takes centre stage with Gallery 7 next month.

  • Feb 11, 2011

Casting call for UFV’s Family Business

The University of the Fraser Valley theatre department is holding open auditions for its summer production of A Little Unfinished Family Business.

  • Feb 11, 2011
(From left) Jonathan Tobin plays piano

Casino Jazz Trio blends musical styles

Three budding musicians are challenging the boundaries of progressive jazz.

(From left) Jonathan Tobin plays piano

Abbotsford Arts Council offers survival skills for artists

The Abbotsford Arts Council is launching the Art of Marketing, a new…

  • Feb 9, 2011

20 years of music and ministry celebreated in Abbotsford

It will be a night to celebrate the music of worship.On March…

  • Feb 9, 2011
Abbotsford producer Brandon Loewen is putting together a short film in just one week

Abbotsford team producing under pressure

Local producer Brandon Loewen shares the spiritual message of second chances in his latest film project.

Abbotsford producer Brandon Loewen is putting together a short film in just one week

UFV poetry slam: Mad, Bad and Dangerous to Know

The UFV Mad, Bad and Dangerous to Know poetry slam goes down…

  • Feb 9, 2011

Tim Readman featured at Mission Coffee House

The Mission Coffee House Concert Series continues on Saturday, Feb. 12 at the Mission Play Station (located at 10th Ave. and Taulbut Street).

  • Feb 4, 2011
Eight Inverglen Scottish Dancers
Eight Inverglen Scottish Dancers
Brandyn Chappell

Warrior’s song

  • Feb 4, 2011
Brandyn Chappell

Gallery 7 hosts playwriting workshop

Sharpen those pencils and get your thinking caps on. Here’s a chance to learn from a living, breathing (and produced!) playwright from Vancouver.

  • Feb 4, 2011
The duo Rio Samaya perform Feb. 12 at The Reach.

Romance at The Reach

A new season of Live at The Reach kicks off with a Valentine’s special featuring Rio Samaya.

  • Feb 4, 2011
The duo Rio Samaya perform Feb. 12 at The Reach.
Connor Harrison (left) plays Chad and Shaylene Tielmann performs as Natalie in Yale Secondary’s musical theatre production of All Shook Up.

Yale students perform musical All Shook Up!

Yale Secondary Musical Theatre pays tribute to the king of rock ‘n’ roll in its upcoming production of All Shook Up!
The 1950s jukebox musical by Joe Dipietro is based on William Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night. It follows the comedic love triangle of a small-town girl who disguises herself as a man to get close to the guy she loves.

Connor Harrison (left) plays Chad and Shaylene Tielmann performs as Natalie in Yale Secondary’s musical theatre production of All Shook Up.

Men’s chorus sings to help teens

The Abbotsford Men’s Chorus will perform a concert on Feb. 18 at the South Abbotsford Church at 7 p.m.

  • Feb 2, 2011
Finger Eleven performs in Mission on Feb. 9.

Finger Eleven performs at Clarke Theatre in Mission

Canadian rock band Finger Eleven kicked off its one-month tour across the country in January.

  • Feb 2, 2011
Finger Eleven performs in Mission on Feb. 9.

Penny-a-Line Players holding Ad-Hoc auditions

Penny-a-Line Players is holding a casting call next weekend for its new…

  • Jan 31, 2011
Alexandria Mitchell

Celebrating Malanka

  • Jan 26, 2011
Alexandria Mitchell
Opera singer and comedienne Natalie Choquette will join the Central Valley Academy of Music in concert.

Love is in the Air at benefit concert

Internationally known opera comedienne Natalie Choquette joins the Central Valley Academy of Music (CVAM) for their Valentine’s Day benefit concert, Love is in the Air.

  • Jan 26, 2011
Opera singer and comedienne Natalie Choquette will join the Central Valley Academy of Music in concert.
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