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Brit’s Picks Feb. 22 – Mar. 1

Brit’s Picks Feb. 22 – Mar. 1

Hockey Hero        Fri. – Mar. 11

Dancing Sky Theatre – Meacham

It’s a love letter to Canada’s favourite past time through the eyes of a larger than life character. Life After Hockey is the story of Rink Rat Brown a man who swears up and down that he was responsible for the winning goal in the 1984 Canada Cup. This is a one man show starring Sean Hoy who hasn’t been seen on the Saskatchewan stage in a while. Hoy is reprising the role that he first took on 20 years ago. Along with the acting, you will be treated to the musical mastery of Gilles Zolty. This is a show for the hockey and non-hockey fan alike. Tickets are $30 – $56.

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Retro Rockers         Friday

O’Brians Event Centre

These guys are known right across North America for their soulful prairie rock, let’s face it The Sheepdogs have put the bridge city on the map in the last decade. The band has just released its latest album Changing Colours and it has a new surprisingly mellow sound. The new tunes bring you back to the psychedelic 70s. The Sheepdogs are out on the road in support of its latest work and will stop at home this weekend. Tickets are $34 and they are bound to go quickly.

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Paw Patrol Live/ pawpatrollive.com
Grab your preschoolers and head to the theatre for Paw Patrol Live. (pawpatrollive.com)

Ready To Roll          Sat. & Sun.

TCU Place

What happens when a there’s a problem in Adventure Bay? Chances are if you have a little one at home you know that means Ryder and the gang of pups are there to save the day. Paw Patrol Live: Race To The Rescue is a live action show where your kids will get to see Zuma, Rocky, Skye, Rubble, Chase and Marshall on stage. Tickets are $22 – $135 and there’s plenty of chances to take pictures after the show.

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Blues Break       Feb. 27 – Mar. 4

Various Venues

Don’t let the Winter weather get you down, this coming week, it’s ok to have the blues! The 2018 Saskatoon Blues Festival officially begins Wednesday night with performances that will stretch across the city’s bars, clubs and coffee houses. Make sure to check out Steve Strongman at The Bassment Thursday night. 2017 Female Vocalist of the Year at the Maple Blues Awards, Angel Forrest will play TCU Place Friday. Saturday night the Hector Anchondo Band will share the stage with the Lil’ Jimmy Reed Band and our own Jack Semple. That show is also at TCU Place. Tickets are $30-$45.

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Gabriel Dumont's Wild West Show / Jonathan Lorange
Gabriel Dumont’s dream of his own Wild West Show comes to life on stage.
(Jonathan Lorange/ The Globe and Mail)

Wild Wild West          Feb. 27 – Mar. 4

Persephone Theatre

Who should tell the story of Gabriel Dumont and his role in the North-West Resistance? If you ask folks at the National Arts Centre, they will tell you we all have a role in telling this story. Gabriel Dumont’s Wild West Show is a multilingual production that was created by 10 playwrights from right across Canada. The show is told through English, Michif and Cree, with translations and follows Dumont’s story after the hanging of Louis Riel. This is a show not without controversy as it’s brought up themes of cultural appropriation as it tells the story from many points of view. This is a co-production and a world premiere with Persephone Theatre, Gordon Tootoosis Nīkānīwin Theatre ad La Troupe du Jour all as presenting partners. Tickets are $45 – $48.

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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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