We are The Wolves! A show about a girls' soccer team. The show runs January 9-19, 2020 at The Refinery and we are part of the Live Five Theatre season. For more info and tickets: https://rcl.ink/TK7
Posted by The Wolves on Thursday, January 2, 2020
Now – Jan.19
A story about growing up and learning who you are both on and off the pitch is hitting the Live Five stage to kick off the New Year. The Wolves follows an all-female soccer team as they train for the upcoming season and deal with issues in their personal lives. This show bridges the worlds of sport and the arts and gives a glimpse at the beauty and complexity of adolescence. Tickets are $22 – $26
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Shivering Strings West
Fri. – Sun.
There’s nothing that warms you up faster than a polka or jig and quite often at the centre of that music, is the fiddle. For 10 years, Shivering Strings has been a chance for fiddle players as well as banjo, guitar, piano and accordion to gather and learn more about their instruments. The weekend features workshops, jam sessions and feature performances. You won’t want to miss dancing the night away at Saturday night’s Old-Time dance at St. Joseph’s Hall. The instructors will lead the all ages crowd in square dances, the butterfly and the schottische just to name a few. The public is also invited to the finale concert on Sunday. Tickets are $20 to the dance and it’s free for children under 15.
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Tommy Banks: A Musical Tribute
Tommy Banks has left a long and enduring legacy on the Canadian music scene and to see proof, look no further than the Saskatoon Jazz Orchestra. The group was even joined on stage several times by the internationally known Banks. Banks died in 2018. To pay homage, the SJO is performing a tribute show featuring his granddaughter vocalist Mallory Chipman and his friend and collaborator Ray Baril. Tickets are $15 – $30.
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LATER IN THE WEEK:
Jan. 22 – 26
Winterruption is a five-day entertainment buffet designed to help shake off the winter blues. This year’s lineup includes comedians Ali Hassan and Steve Paterson, the interactive singing group Choir! Choir! Choir!, hometown soul singer Elsa Gebremichael who now performs as Wild Black and a presentation of Burnt Thicket Theatre’s Every Brilliant Thing. Families may want to check out National Geographic Live and hear the story of award-winning photographer Steve Winter as he tracks big cats all over the world. There’s so much more on the program, both indoor and outdoor, you just have to check it out for yourself. Tickets are $15 – $45 and some events are free.
Follow this link to the full schedule.