Hotel launches entertaining 2016-17 season

Oak Bay Beach Hotel hosts an eclectic line-up of stage shows

Keep the Magic Alive with Eric Bedard at the Oak Bay Beach Hotel in January and February.

Following on the heels of last week’s murder mystery, the Oak Bay Beach Hotel continues its eclectic fall and winter entertainment line-up.

Three more dinner shows are on the calendar, featuring a themed, three-course gourmet dinner and a show. Tickets are $94 per person, plus taxes.

Coming up this weekend is An evening with Michael Sicoly, Nov. 4, 5, 18 and 19. The multi-talented artist, actor, performer and singer will entertain guests with unique performances from the American songbook, including hits ranging from Frank Sinatra to Billy Joel.

Just in time for the holidays, the hotel presents A White Christmas, with Twilight Radio Theatre, Dec. 16, 17, 23 and 24.

Enjoy an evening as the hotel goes, “live on air,” to the radio soundstage of the 1940s for a performance of the venerable classic, White Christmas.

Come the new year, Keep The Magic Alive with Eric Bedard, one of Canada’s top magicians, hosting a magical, three-part journey Jan. 20, 21, 27 and 28, Feb. 10, 11, 17 and 18.

In addition to the live performances, the hotel continues its Tuesday movies in the David Foster Theatre. Guests may purchase craft beer, wine or their favourite libation, then sit back in movie theatre seats and enjoy acclaimed movies on the big screen.

Movie night tickets are $27 per person and include theatre fare, house-made buttered popcorn, and an ice cream sandwich for dessert. In addition to popular current movies, the hotel has a variety of holiday favourites on the calendar, including Love Actually, National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation, It’s a Wonderful Life and When Harry Met Sally.



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