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Brit’s Picks Sept. 24 – Oct. 1

Saskatoon and Area Theatre Awards Thursday – 7:30p.m. Online Even though the annual SATA awards can’t be handed out in person this year, the show will still go on. This year theatre artists and productions will be recognized for their contribution to our local arts scene. From the big blockbusters on the main stage, to […]

Innovate or disappear: SSO reimagines 90th season

*Video courtesy Saskatoon Symphony Orchestra “In April I told the staff we have to innovate or disappear.” For Saskatoon Symphony Orchestra executive director Mark Turner it all came down to a team meeting in early April after the pandemic hit. “Never once did we discuss closing, it was always about adaptation.” “Never once did we […]

Brit’s Picks Sept. 17 – 24

Movie In the Park 2020 Stonebridge Sobeys Parking Lot 8:30p.m & 10:30p.m. Are you missing a night out at the movies? Thanks to the Stonebridge Community Association and generous sponsors, there is a free night of movies in the park in Stonebridge. You have two screenings to choose from. For the whole family to rock […]

YXE Underground shining a light on Saskatoon’s unsung heroes

“There are so many people making a difference and tackling important and tough issues here in Saskatoon. Their stories are worth celebrating and I feel so lucky to be able to do that.” Storytelling is his passion passion. Eric Anderson’s commitment to his community and the people that make it vibrant shines through in Season […]

Brit’s Picks Sept. 10 – 17

Fireside Stories Sept. 10 – 20 Meacham Dancing Sky Theatre – Amphitheatre Sept. 22 – 27 Saskatoon Shakespeare on the Saskatchewan site There’s nothing like sitting around a campfire on a warm fall evening. Dancing Sky Theatre is getting celebrating the beloved tradition of stories told around the fire with tales of people who’ve lived […]

Dancing Sky Theatre returning to its roots with Fireside Stories

“Throughout human history, we’ve always told each other stories. It’s where theatre came from.” Ask Dancing Sky Theatre’s artistic director Angus Ferguson how he envisioned the theatre’s future during the pandemic and he points to the past. “When Dancing Sky first started, we did a lot of large, outdoor productions. When COVID-19 hit, it became […]

Brit’s Picks Aug. 27 – Sept. 10

Music for the Gut – Virtual Thursday 7:30p.m. Facebook A homegrown charity that’s been entertaining crowds for more than a decade has had to shift gears this year for an online concert. Music for the Gut was founded by the Hughton family to help those suffering from Crohn’s & Colitis. This year’s musical revue features […]

Brit’s Picks Aug. 13 – 20

Gallery Re-Opens Friday Remai Modern After a long closure due to COVID-19, the Remai Modern is opening to the public. There are a few suggestions that the gallery has to make sure your experience is a quality one. The gallery is asking that you buy tickets ahead of time and take special note that its […]

Brit’s Picks July 30 – Aug. 6

Turn, Turn, Turn… a travelling theatre experience Now – Aug. 16 Saskatoon & Martensville Sum Theatre is back at what the team does best, reinventing live performance. With the pandemic, Sum couldn’t stage its annual Theatre in the Park but that didn’t stop them. Instead, the team has created a travelling show filled with music, […]