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Brit’s Picks Mar. 8 – 15

Brit’s Picks Mar. 8 – 15

Food For Thought       Tonight – Mar. 16

Studio 914

It’s a chance to see young, emerging artists and think about a topic that affects us all. Pimātisiwin is a brand new play by Curtis Peeteetuce. This show is the finale production of  Gordon Tootoosis Nīkānīwin Theatre’s Circle of Voices program. The theatre school pairs young Indigenous people with professionals in the field to give them true hands on experience throughout the year. The program caps off with a polished theatre production. The play follows four intertwining stories of the Kihew family. It takes a hard look at healthy food choices and their effects on body, mind and spirit. Tickets are $15 – $20 and there are also a couple matinee performances.

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One Nighter’        Tonight – Mar. 16

The Refinery

Is there really such a thing as no strings attached? That’s the question behind Live Five Theatre Independent Theatre’s boom. The show follows a couple who meet online for a one night stand that suddenly becomes much more. We meet a marine biologist who’s posted an ad for a casual encounter which is answered by a young journalism student. How does this all relate to fish and the end of the world? You’ll have to buy tickets to find out, they run $15 – $25.

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Laugh A Minute     Thursday

Broadway Theatre

You know her from sketch comedy and shows like Codco and This Hour Has 22 Minutes, now you can see Mary Walsh live. She’s bringing her comedic chops to Saskatoon for one night only to support the YWCA. Tickets are $47 and it’s all for a good cause.

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Tiny Dancers        Saturday

St. Joseph’s Parish Hall

Grab the kids and get your groove on this weekend at the Trolls Dance Party being held as a fundraiser for Family Service Saskatoon. FSS provides counselling and family services to people in our community. The party will have snacks, glow sticks and even a special Troll stylist so you can look just like Poppy getting her groove on. It’s your chance to party with your little ones. Tickets are $10 and $30 for a family pass.

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Bing Bang Boom       Tuesday

TCU Place

Proving you don’t have to have an expensive instrument to make music, the Broadway smash hit Stomp is hitting Saskatoon early next week. The tour promises that you will never look at shopping carts, plumbing fixtures or paint cans the same way again and the percussionists on stage use whatever they have to create the spectacle. More than 24 million people have seen this show worldwide so your entertainment dollar won’t go to waste on this one. Tickets are $55-$75.

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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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