Langley’s newest theatre group issues call out

Theatre in the Country is looking for performers for Deathtrap and Little Women – The Musical

  • Shawn Mendes leads this year’s Juno nominees

    Singer Sarah McLachlan is set to be the host

    Fort Langley jazz fest receives funding

    The Fort Langley Jazz & Arts Festival received a $25,000 grant from Creative BC.

    Douglas, King react to Oscars changes
    Westminster Kennel Club dog show underway in NY
    Female acts, rap songs win big at the Grammy Awards
    Sesame Street celebrates 50th anniversary

    New music festival to launch this summer in Squamish

    The three-day festival seeks to fill the void left by the Squamish Valley Music Festival

    Union issues 72-hour strike notice to Vancouver Art Gallery

    Discussions include cuts to sick leave, scheduling changes

    Take a chance on Brookswood Secondary’s upcoming musical

    A group of musical theatre students are putting on a production of Mama Mia! starting next week.

    Carrie Bradshaw, ‘The Dude’ to star in Super Bowl commercial

    “Pour It Forward” campaign ad will raise money for clean water

    Katie Holmes in Victoria to film horror movie sequel

    Famous actress in BC city to film the sequel to a 2016 horror movie

    ‘Black Panther’ wins top honour at SAG Awards

    The two leading Oscar nominees — “Roma” and “The Favourite” — were bypassed by the actors guild for a best ensemble field

    Langley Arts Council offers new theatre classes for youth

    Langley Arts Council is launching a new theatre program for youth on Thursday, Feb. 7.

    WATCH: Three headliners announced for Fort Langley Jazz & Arts Festival

    Blues show, Frank Sinatra tribute, and gospel show to be featured at the summer jazz festival.

    Super Bowl 53: What you need to know to be game-day ready

    New England Patriots to battle against Los Angeles Rams

    Shia LaBeouf turned rehab into a writing room for new film

    LaBeouf premiered the film at the Sundance Film Festival on Friday in Park City, Utah

    Entertainers address social injustice issues at Super Bowl

    Former NFL player Colin Kaepernick helped start a wave of protests by kneeling during the national anthem

    Comedians use mousetraps to fundraise for Walnut Grove Secondary track team

    The Fidgets comedy trio is putting on a Mousetrap show on Tuesday, Feb. 5.

    Netflix doesn’t want to pay into Canadian Media Fund

    Being forced to pay into funds is discriminatory, company says

    Standing ovation for Michael Jackson accusers at Sundance

    Wade Robson and James Safechuck speak out in film ‘Leaving Neverland’

    Rapper Nelly seeks dismissal of lawsuit alleging sex assault

    The lawsuit is before a St. Louis court, the rapper’s hometown

    Guilt and despair portrayed by Langley thespian in production of Rabbit Hole

    Langley’s Adam Beggs will be on stage in New Westminster starting Feb. 9.