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Brit’s Picks July 13 – 20

Brit’s Picks July 13 – 20

Legend Plays      Friday

SaskTel Centre

He’s a musical shape shifter that’s been carving his own path for six decades. Bob Dylan has gone from protest singer to rock and roller and even bluesman. His music has inspired countless people and now you have a chance to see him live. Bob Dylan and His Band are out on their Never Ending Tour and the group is making a stop here in our city. This show should come with a warning for die hard fans, his music is always being reimagined so don’t expect to hear any recording you’re familiar with. Dylan is famous for playing with his and other’s music. Tickets are $48 – $88.

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Colin Mochrie : The Comedy Couch
An evening of laughs and improv await you with Colin Mochrie Saturday. (The Comedy Couch)

Improv Delight             Saturday

Persephone Theatre

You know him from television and movies and now you have a chance to see Canadian comedian Colin Mochrie live. Mochrie is teaming up with improv wizard Wayne Jones, sketch comedy specialist Pat Thornton and the Saskatoon Soaps for an evening of fly by the seat of your pants comedy. Tickets are $40.

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Theatre in the Pool/ provided
Earth Diver runs July 19-21, 2017 at George Ward Pool. (provided)

Makin’ A Splash            Wed. – Fri.

George Ward Pool

It’s never been done before in our city, but that’s exactly the kind of production that Sum Theatre has become known for. In celebration of Canada’s 150th birthday, professional actors along with Indigenous youth and newcomers to Canada will dive head first into George Ward Pool to perform Earth Diver. It’s a show based on the Cree creation story. show runs every hour, on the hour from 4:00p.m. – 7:00p.m.. Don’t forget to bring your swimsuit as the city is sponsoring a free swim time when the performance is not on. This event is completely free.

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Girl Power           Wednesday

The Capitol Music Club

If you want to see a band that’s catching fire, this is your chance. The Wolfe is a three piece, all girl rock band from Prince Albert. They’ve only been together for a few years but their music has already been compared to Metric and The Cranberries. They won SaskTel’s 2015 Songwriter of the Year contest and made it to the finals of CBC’s Searchlight Competition this year. The group is heading out on it’s Can You Hear Me Now? Canadian Tour and kicking things off at The Capitol Music Club. Tickets are $10.

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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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