Bandon Arts & Entertainment

Gorse Blossom Festival This Week

A hugely successful weekend, more about local wine and drink than gorse; packed with fun activities and music ranging from a pub crawl to a film festival to the Bloody Mary Stroll to the festival itself.

Steel Magnolias at the Sprague Theatre

Steel Magnolias opens February 24 for a three week run on Friday and Saturday evenings, and Sunday matinees. Riveting, heartbreaking, this "laughter through tears" show is a must-see!

Celebrating the 2016 Holidays in Bandon

People may think not much goes on in town at this time of year, but nothing could be further from the truth! It may be raining, but these are festive months as we celebrate the holidays in Bandon.

Holiday Lights at Shore Acres

A tradition begun in 1987, now includes 325,000 lights and dozens of sculptures, most of animals and plants native to our area, for nearly 50,000 appreciative visitors each year.

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"Color: Big & Small" at Bandon's Hospital

Southern Coos Health Foundation sponsors their quarterly gallery show at our Bandon Hospital celebrating shades of color; from bold to subtle; sobering to exciting; all beautiful and inspiring.

Santaland Diaries & Christmas Spirit

Actor/director Mike Dempsey plays the Christmas Elf in his one-man “Santaland Diaries,” eliciting wry smiles and gales of laughter with his dry and often self-deprecating humor.

A Busy Christmas Weekend in Bandon

Bandon may be a small town, but it's not sleepy one. This Saturday includes an artist reception, a nog walk/cider stroll, the annual Lighted Christmas Parade, and opening night of The Nutcracker.

HA! Opens at the Dolphin Playhouse

A satirically humorous collection of one-act plays: Oedi reexamines Freud's Oedipus Complex; News from St. Petersburg reinterprets Anton Chekov; and The Whole Shebang ponders the meaning of life.