Brit’s Picks March 14 – 21

Anne of Green Gables – The Ballet


TCU Place

The tender coming of age story of Anne Shirley told through the masterful choreography of Ballet Jorgen is hitting the stage in Saskatoon. This touring production is the first time Lucy Maud Montgomery’s classic tale of the red-headed orphan has been adapted for ballet. Anne of Green Gables will delight all ages. It’s a story about finding family and of an imaginative girl who let’s nothing dampen her joy. Keep you eyes peeled for local dancers performing alongside the pros. Tickets are $40 – $117.

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I Have No Idea.

March 14 – 24

The Refinery

I Have No Idea. is an honest look at adult attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) and it comes from Saskatoon playwright Nathan Coppens. Coppens and actor Kristel Harder star in this brand-new work follows characters as they try to navigate the world of ADHD, the misunderstandings, frustrations and comedic moments that come along with a diagnosis. This production is made all the more meaningful as everyone involved is neurodiverse, both Coppens and Harder received ADHD diagnoses as adults. Coppens partnered with Listen To Dis’ Community Arts Organization and director Traci Foster to get this show on its feet. It’s tender moments, music and the people behind it hope I Have No Idea. will bring more understanding and compassion for those who have ADHD. Tickets are $25 – $30.

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Shamrocks ‘n Shenanigans


Broadway Theatre

Saskatoon Soaps Improv Comedy has the luck of the Irish on their side for this show. This month’s offering of improvisational comedy, Shamrocks ‘n Shenanigans has a St. Patrick’s Day twist. The beauty of an improv show is you can help the evening hijinks from the audience with your own suggestions… Give the actors a chance to kiss the Blarney Stone. Tickets are $15.

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Men Express Their Feelings  

Now – March 20  

Remai Arts Centre – BackStage Stage         

25th Street Theatre is taking us to the rink for a comedy about fathers, sons and hockey culture in Men Express Their Feelings. This play is staged like a hockey game in three periods as two fathers and their kids are sequestered in the dressing room forced to solve a recent brawl before the hockey scouts arrive. If they can’t figure it out, the boys miss out on their chance to make it into juniors. At its heart, this story is about relationships and healthy masculinity. The show will open in Saskatoon before moving on to Regina for shows on March 30th and 31st (The Artesian). Preview tickets March 7 and 8 are $16. March 9 – 20, tickets are $16 (student/artist) – $26 for regular pricing.

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LUGO Light                 


Remai Modern           

Saskatoon’s premiere art party at the Remai Modern is back. LUGO Light is a celebration of visual art, food and music. Artists this year include Eekwol, DJ Michelle C and Begonia. Dance performances by artists like Mitchell Larsen and Marcus Merasty will keep the gallery hopping. Celebrate the last days of winter and the promise of spring at LUGO. Tickets have officially sold out but keep an eye on social media, plans change and you might get lucky. They are $75.

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Back of the Bus


The Bassment

If you like a good ole’ fashioned kitchen party, look no further than The Bassment this weekend. The members of Saskatchewan’s Back of the Bus were brought together by a love of Celtic and folk music and a fateful trip at the back of a bus on a pipe band trip. This concert will be pure joy as the group performs well known tunes. this is a show that will get you up and dancing. The band says if you’ve got a kilt, wear it! Tickets are $25 – $35.

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