October In Victoria

Sunset at Cadboro Bay by Zeynep Ozgunc

Is there anywhere more beautiful than Vancouver Island in autumn? There is something magical about October and November in Victoria… It’s the best time to get out and enjoy some of the things that make Victoria so unique; the amazing sunsets, the calm ocean, the awesome fall colours of nature...

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Select reading adaptations of Bram Stokers’ Dracula

Bram Stokers Dracula by Lucas Matheus via Flickr.com

Dates: October 29th to 31st
Location: Blue Bridge at Roxy Theatre @ 2657 Quadra St.  
Websites:  https://bluebridgetheatre.ca/

Re-opening after adapting to new covid safety protocols, you can once again go inside the Roxy Theatre. Blue Bridge Theatre will be producing two parts of Bram Stokers’ Dracula:

Part One: “In Black” includes Chapters One through Four                                                                                     October 29th @ 8:00pm & October 31st @ 2:00pm

Part Two: “In White” includes Chapters Five through Twelve                                                                            October 30th @ 8:00pm & October 31st @ 8:00pm

Tickets will be limited for both in person and online so reserve them before they run out!

The Little Prince and New Works

Pequeno Principe by Filipe Venancio via Flickr.com

Dates: mid-late October until August, varying weekend days @ 7:30pm
Location: Ballet Victoria in Kirk Hall at 643 Broughton St.
Websites:  https://www.balletvictoria.ca/shop/the-little-prince-tickets/

With Covid Protocols in place enjoy a smaller 30 audience ballet performance. Seats will need to be assigned ahead of time and arranged with their box office. See their website for a full schedule, prices and show updates.

23rd Annual Antimatter Film Festival

Timbers Club by Polygon Realty Limited via Flickr.com

Dates: October 15th to 25th
Location: Virtual and limited venues
Websites:   https://antimatter.squarespace.com/

This festival presents over 100 films in 20 curated programs on screen, as installations in the public realm and online. Internationally participating film makers make up 70% of the festival with over 30 countries represented. They have adapted this year to make smaller special screenings and moving the rest of the festival online.

Pre-register on the website while spaces are still available.  

a fairyland of fall colours by tutincommon via Flickr.com

5th Annual Victoria Festival of Authors

old typewriter by John Dierckx via Flickr.com

Dates: September 30th to October 4th
Location: Online
Websites:  https://victoriafestivalofauthors.ca/

Vancouver Islands largest celebration of reading and writing will continue online and closed-captioned.

The event will host 28 authors of prose and poetry writers from our region and beyond.

All Zoom-based panels require participants to register in advance due to the limited capacity.