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Brit’s Picks Nov. 3-10

Brit’s Picks Nov. 3-10
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A tale of loss, love and risks opens this weekend at The Refinery. (Facebook)

Forbidden Fruit         Nov. 3-13

The Refinery

When your life is falling apart do you stick it out or do you risk it all for a fresh start? That’s the question facing the main character in Apple. It’s the latest offering from Live Five Independent Theatre. It was written by prairie playwright Vern Thiessen and is celebrated as a story of sex, secrets and second chances. Tickets are $20-$25.

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Family Fun                     Nov. 3-6

Broadway Theatre

It’s a chance for grandparents to introduce the kids to childhood friends. Charlie Brown, Lucy, Schroeder and of course, Snoopy are coming to the Saskatoon stage. You’re A Good Man, Charlie Brown is a musical romp through some of the most beloved comic skits in the Peanuts series. These are some of the city’s most accomplished performers and you’re in for a fun filled night of entertainment. Tickets are $25 – $32.

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Fashionista Forum       Nov. 5 & 6

Delta Bessborough Hotel

It’s time to let out your inner diva and expect more from local fashion. The Saskatoon Fashion & Design Festival is back to celebrate its 5th anniversary. You know, it’s thanks to the hard work of the organizers of the SFDF that many of us know names like Rebecca King, Soulfari and Melissa Squire. Through this festival, local designers get the chance at a runway show, pop up shops and eventually find homes with local retailers. The weekend celebration includes fashion shows, gala entertainment and a chance to get gussied up in your favourite fashion forward duds. Tickets are $25-$60.

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Night Swimming              Nov. 8

The Bassment

They are a band that comfortably moves between perky bluegrass and haunting ballads and they are back for another prairie night. The Great Lake Swimmers are out on its Floating Through The Forrest tour and will delight crowds with hits as well as new songs from 2015’s A Forrest of Arms. Tickets are $20-$25.

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Britainy Zapshalla With more than 15 years as an arts reporter at CBC Radio-Canada under her belt, Britainy Zapshalla considers herself not only an expert but also a die hard fan of Saskatchewan’s entertainment scene. She’s a regular contributor to CTV Morning Live in Saskatoon and loves to help people plan their weekends with Brit’s Picks.

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