Blue Bridge Repertory Theatre would not be where it is today without the amazing support from our local corporate sponsors and community supporters. These businesses have helped us through our season and we couldn’t have done it without them. Show your support to these great companies by going out and supporting them as well and thank them for keeping the Arts alive in Victoria!
The Times Colonist is the oldest daily newspaper in Western Canada.
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Caffe Fantastico is a local family business owned and operated by Ryan and Kristy Taylor. It all began in 1993 when Ryan opened Espresso Fantastico, a small coffee cart in Victoria’s Inner Harbour. From day one the business was driven by the pursuit of quality and the love of coffee. Sustainability and the environment are very close to the hearts of Ryan and Kristy with all coffee grounds composted and all plastics recycled since day one. Having a successful business with ethical practices is key the Caffe Fantastico family.
Cherry Point Winery is located on the south-east side of Vancouver Island in a pastoral setting of rolling green fertile hills surrounded by rugged mountains and majestic softwood rainforests. The Cowichan’s long, Mediterranean-like growing season and mild maritime winters make it the most important agricultural
area on Vancouver Island.
Tulipe Noire opened its doors in the Spring of 2005. From the very beginning, we have provided quality clothing and personalized service to thousands of women. We are known for being friendly,
fun, open and caring, and for bringing our customers some of the best and trendiest styles while keeping things fresh and interesting.
ArtsVictoria.ca is a community-driven calendar, directory, and comprehensive living archive of arts activity in Victoria BC.