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Brit’s Picks Dec. 21 – 28

Brit’s Picks Dec. 21 – 28
Wide Open Christmas 2/ Facebook
Wide Open Children’s Theatre is sharing the holiday spirit with its annual Christmas show. (Facebook)

Christmas Present       Thurs. – Sat.

The Refinery

Saskatoon’s best known puppeteers are celebrating the holidays with a tale of missing presents, a hero dad and a nosey little mouse and it’s all set to the classic Christmas poem Twas the Night Before Christmas. This is a show the whole family can enjoy together. The kids will love interacting with the puppets and there’s plenty of chances for the adults to get in on the fun to. Tickets are $10-$15 for this 45 minute production.

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*Video courtesy of Shaw TV on YouTube

Celebrating 45 Years      Thurs. & Fri.

TCU Place

The tradition continues for Saskatoon’s Fireside Singers as the group gets ready to perform its holiday show. This year marks 45 years of Christmas memories and the multi-generational, 100 voice choir is being backed by some pretty heavy hitters in our community. Musicians like Guy Few, Martin Janovsky and William Boan will all lend their talents to the show. This performance will be a mix of traditional carols and other holiday favourites. Tickets are $40.

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Home for the Holidays        Friday

O’Brians Event Centre

It’s a band that’s based around positivity and that’s exactly what Bombargo hopes to bring to the stage this weekend in Saskatoon. The band formed a few years ago and has steadily been gaining steam at music festivals and clubs across the country. The guys just released a brand new single and music video Mr. No Good and they can’t wait to play it in front of a hometown crowd. The openers for this night of music are Ponteix and The Ashley Hundred. Tickets are $20 – $40.

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Favourite Flicks            Sat. & Tues.

Broadway Theatre

So you’ve got a house full of family and it’s too cold to kick them all outside, what do you do? The Broadway Theatre has just the answer as it’s screening several classic movies on the big screen that should keep everyone entertained. Saturday is Baturday and for only $7 you can take the kids out to see Batman Returns. On Boxing Day, why not head to the theatre with the crew for a free screening of the family favourite Home Alone.

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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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