Brit’s Picks Feb. 3 – 10

Blackie and the Rodeo Kings            


Broadway Theatre

After more than 25 years, Canadian supergroup Blackie and the Rodeo Kings are still on the road delighting fans. The group which includes Stephen Fearing, Colin Linden and Tom Wilson released a new album O Glory this year. It’s a work that was created virtually out of necessity because of the pandemic and now you get to hear it, as it was intended live. You don’t want to miss this roots-rock performance. Tickets are $42.

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Hand to God              

Fri. – Nov. 13             

The Refinery

Next up in the Live Five Independent Theatre season is Hand To God from Ppl r Ppl Productions. This is a raunchy, live action and puppet comedy that is, shall we say… Twisted. The story follows a young man who joins his mother’s Christian puppet ministry after the death of his father. He thinks he’s on the right track but his foul-mouthed puppet Tyrone has other ideas. This show is rated at 12+ and deals with death, sexuality, depression and religious hypocrisy. It’s sure to be a great time. Tickets are $25 – $30

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TCU Place

The mind-bending act of the man in the rhinestone tuxedo lives on for another generation. Many of us remember “The Man They Call Reveen” from his tours in the 1980s. Now the legacy of Peter Reveen lives on in the performance of his son Ty. This will be an evening of comedy as the star mentalist, magician and hypnotist takes to the stage and gets the audience in on the fun. Tickets are $53.

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Leadership School for Scandal          


Broadway Theatre

Saskatoon Soaps Improv Comedy are back on stage for an evening that will have you rolling in the aisles. This month’s show is all about putting world leaders through the wringer as audience suggestions send politicians to bootcamp and counselling for all they’ve done. Tickets are $13 – $15.

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The Garrys                 


The Bassment

It’s been a big year for The Garrys. The trio got national recognition after it made the 2022 Polaris Music Prize long list for Get Thee to a Nunnery. The Saskatoon band that specializes in tight harmonies and surf-pop will take the stage this weekend. Saskatoon singer-songwriter Taylor Jade will open the show. Tickets are $28 – $34.

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The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee / Saskatoon Summer Players

The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee         

Wed. – Nov. 13

Broadway Theatre

Saskatoon Summer Players is back on stage with its production of The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee. The musical is the story of six middle-schoolers and their teachers as they vie for spelling supremacy. The Tony Award-winning comedy deals with their struggles, passions and nerves and there’s even a chance for audience members to get in on the spelling contest. Tickets are $25 – $30.

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