Alma Flamenco is set to perform Carmen live this weekend at Persephone Theatre. (Facebook)
Sexy Seductress Saturday Persephone Theatre
The music and magic of Carmen will be brought to the stage by Alma Flamenco this weekend. The tale is of a sexy gypsy who tries to help smugglers bring contraband into the city by using her feminine wiles. In true Alma Flamenco style this story of love, life and betrayal is being told through the power of dance. The company had been working hard on this show and will be performing it with live musicians which adds an element of improv to the dance as well. Tickets are available at $20-$35 and there will be a Tapas reception afterwards at the Artist Loft.
More information here.
Saskatoon’s Pride Festival has fun for all ages. (Facebook)
Loud & Proud Now – Saturday Various Venues
It’s a celebration of love and diversity and it’s taking over Saskatoon right now. The Saskatoon Pride Festival began June 3 and there’s still plenty of fun to be had as we head into the weekend. Thursday night be sure to check out the Live In Colour Art & Fashion Show at the Hilton Garden Inn. If you wanna go all out (pun intended) head down to Diva’s night club Thursday night for the HI-NRG drag show. I swear after seeing some of these performers, you’re going to want make-up lessons. Friday and Saturday is all about family and community as the Community Fair takes over Kiwanis Park. There will be performances by artists like Kinnie Star, Eekwol, HOJA and Bif Naked. Saturday is the Super Queer Sweet 16 Pride Parade. You’re going to want to get downtown by around 11am for a good spot.
For full details, click here.
Artists are ready to show their wares to you Saturday. (Facebook)
Hello Neighbour Saturday Ashworth Holmes Park
It’s a chance for you to meet your neighbours and find that perfect piece of art for your home all wrapped up in a beautiful day in the park. Art in the Park is back for it’s 16th year in Saskatoon’s Caswell Hill neighbourhood. There will be music and performances by local groups, including Saskatoon’s Nordhere Viking re-Enactors which should be a blast. This event is free.
Click here for more details.
Pam Haig Bartley (l) and Judy Wensel (r) star in Thicker than Water opening Thursday in Saskatoon. (Brad Proudlove)
Morrison’s Play Premiere Thursday – June 25 La Troupe Du Jour
Are we all just destined to become our parents? It’s a complicated question many of us ask ourselves on a daily basis and that’s the question facing Laura as she waits for a phone call that could change her life. Thicker than Water is the first work written by Saskatoon’s Heather Morrison. This show has already been on a bit of a tour with performances in Battleford, Moose Jaw and Regina and now it’s coming home. You can see it on stage at La Troupe Du Jour until June 25th, make sure you bring your girlfriends and maybe even your mom. Tickets are $19-$24.
For more information click here.