Brit’s Picks March 21 – 28


Now – Sat.

John Mitchell Building

University of Saskatchewan

The final production in Greystone Theatre’s season, Metamorphosis, is an adaptation of a short story by Franz Kafka. The story follows a young travelling salesman, Gregor Samsa, who works to support his parents and sister, he’s terrified of failure and then, one day, he turns into an insect. Gregor’s family is now forced to take care of him, a creature they despise. It’s an exploration of the human condition and an identity built on labour. This is a great chance to see a new generation of local theatre artists. Tickets are $19 – $22.

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Katelyn Lehner


The Longbranch

Country music rising star Katelyn Lehner is about to hit the stage for the first time as a headliner. Lehner grew up in Prince Albert and has performed at Country Thunder, Cowboys Music Festival and even the Saskatchewan Roughriders Labour Day Classic. She’s shared the stages with some big names too, opening for acts like Blue Rodeo, Dean Brody, and Jess Moskaluke. Lehner’s been recognized several times by the Saskatchewan Country Music Association and Friday night, you can see why. Tickets are $15 – $20.

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Piano Men Tour


TCU Place

It’s two Canadian roots singer/songwriters for the price of one. Join Juno Award winner Royal Wood and Western Canadian Award winner, Saskatchewan’s own Jeffery Straker as they present The Piano Men Tour. The pair have written and recorded music together before and decided to join forces. Each artist will delight you with their own music and then play together. Tickets are $59.

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Sask Celebration


TCU Place

It’s an embarrassment of riches when it comes to accomplished classical music artists that call Saskatchewan home. The Saskatoon Symphony Orchestra prides itself on promoting homegrown talent and that’s the focus of Sask Celebration. This concert will host the world premiere of Grammy-nominated arranger and composer Andrew Kesler’s Suite for the Prairies. Kesler was inspired to write the piece after being isolated at home in Saskatchewan during the pandemic. Pianist Godwin Friesen credits Saskatoon with launching his professional career and he’ll return with a performance of Prokofiev’s 3rd Piano Concerto. It’s a piece that earned Friesen the 2022 OSM Competition top prize. Violinist Véronique Mathieu is the David Kaplan Chair of Strings at the University of Saskatchewan. She will perform Sibelius’ Violin Concerto and all of it will be under the direction of Saskatoon-born conductor William Rowson. Tickets are $45 – $93 and the performance will also be available virtually at for $21.

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I Have No Idea.

March 14 – 24

The Refinery

You still have this weekend to see I Have No Idea. It is an honest look at adult attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) from Saskatoon playwright Nathan Coppens. Coppens and actor Kristel Harder star in this heartfelt story showing people as they try to navigate the world of ADHD. It’s all the misunderstandings, frustrations and comedic moments that come along with a diagnosis. This play 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, laughs, and music and the team hopes I Have No Idea. will bring more understanding and compassion for those who have ADHD. Tickets are $25 – $30.

Don’t forget! Grab your tickets to the performance by clicking here.


Walk Right Back

March 28

TCU Place

It’s an evening of nostalgia that will have you singing along. Walk Right Back is the story of The Everly Brothers told through their hit songs like Bye Bye Love, All I Have To Do Is Dream, and Wake Up Little Susie. It follows the brother’s journey to stardom, their feud and eventual reunion show. The Everly Brothers inspired a generation of artists like The Beach Boys and Simon & Garfunkel. Tickets are $69.

See this jukebox musical for all ages by clicking here.