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Brit’s Picks Apr. 4 – 11

Brit’s Picks Apr. 4 – 11

True Crime                  Apr. 2 – 14                 

BackStage Stage – Persephone Theatre

Another import is hitting the stage at Persephone Theatre. True Crime is a presentation by Crow’s Theatre and The Castleton Massive Production. It’s the story of conman Clark Rockefeller. This is a one-man show where the lines of truth and fiction are blurred. Torquil Campbell, best known as the frontman of indie band Stars, weaves a tale of a sociopathic yet charming man responsible for at least one murder and the kidnapping of his own daughter. Tickets are $34.

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All Bad Things                         Sat. Apr. 6                  

Capitol Music Club

Kick start your heart with a night of hits and a little camp thrown in for good measure. All Bad Things is a Motely Crue cover band that pulls out all the stop to recreate the look of the famous bad boys of rock and roll during the 80s. Shout at the Devil, Kick Start My Heart, you’ll hear them all. Tickets are $20.

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#consent                     April 4 – 15                

Various Venues

It’s a look at responsible sexual behaviour and it’s a show being geared to teens. #consent was created by Sum Theatre in response to the ongoing discussion sparked by the Me Too and Time’s Up movements that have dominated headlines. The play is designed to look like a feed on Instagram and combines music, poetry, photos and mems to explore the topic of inappropriate sexual behaviour. This play is meant to spark discussion for teens and their families and give them the tools to understand. This show will be toured to high schools here in the city and there will also be public performances, all free to the public.

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Ritornello 2019                       April 12 – 14               

Various Venues

It’s the little music festival that could. The Ritornello Chamber Music Festival is pushing into a new decade for its 11th annual celebration of classical music by adding new sounds to its lineup. Performances will include violinist Veronique Mathieu, the first David L. Kaplan Chair who will collaborate with artists like soprano Chelsea Mahan on Friday night. Saturday night New York’s Hypercube will take the stage for a show that includes saxophone, accordion, percussion and electric guitar. Sunday’s show will see many of the artists collaborate with each other in a celebration of duos. Tickets are $20 – $35 and weekend passes run between $55 – $85.

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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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