Brit’s Picks March 28 – April 7

James and the Horse Pirates             

March 29 – April 7      

The Refinery  

Wide Open Children’s Theatre is back just in time for the Easter Break with a table top puppet show to delight the kids. James and the Horse Pirates is the story of a cowboy who rides his wild tortoise into town and discovers that it’s being taken over by a T-Rex. James goes on a wild adventure squaring off against dinos and horse pirates. There will be singalongs, comedy and tons of audience participation. Tickets are $12 – $17.

Follow this link for all the details.


Rollin’ on the River                     

March 29                            

Dakota Dunes Casino            

It’s a tribute to the one and only Tina Turner. Cookie Watkins is considered one of the best Tina impersonators on the planet. Straight from Las Vegas, Rollin’ on the River will have you singing along to all the hits. Tickets ($65) are sold out but you never know, plans change and there may be a few up for grabs.

Here’s the link to the show.


Noah Kahan                    

SaskTel Center                              

Mar. 30                

The tickets went fast for this performance by a newcomer to the folk music scene. Noah Kahan’s Stick Season is all over Tik Tok and the radio right now and for good reason. He’s an incredible vocalist and storyteller. It’s your chance to see this Grammy nominated artist live. Tickets are $145 – $350 although the event is listed as sold out, there are still a few available online.

For more information and to buy tickets, click here.


Letterkenny Presents           

April 1                  

Broadway Theatre     

Fans of the wildly popular Canadian tv show, you’re not going to want to miss this one. Mark Forward plays “Coach” on Letterkenny and he’s the headliner of the Letterkenny Presents: A Night of Stand-Up  on tour now. Forward brings his wit and charm to the show along with other members of the Letterkenny family Jeff McEnery “Alexander” and show writer Allie Pearse. Tickets are $46.

For more, here’s the link.


Matthew Good             

April 5                  

Coors Event Centre             

Matthew Good is coming back to Saskatoon and bringing his band with him as part of his cross-Canada tour. The multi-platinum, Canadian musician is best known as the frontman of the Matthew Good Band that shot to stardom in the 90s. There’s sure to be hits like Apparitions and Everything is Automatic on his set list. Tickets are $51.

Follow this link for all the hits.


Bianca Del Rio              

April 3                  

TCU Place                         

It’s an evening of quick wit and a razor-sharp tongue and its sure to have you laughing out loud.  Bianca Del Rio is an American drag queen and comedian who’s best known for her appearance on season six of RuPaul’s Drag Race. She brings her Dead Inside tour which covers pop culture, politics, cancel culture and everyday life. Audience members be warned, Bianca is known as the “Joan Rivers of the Drag World” and with a microphone in her hand, no one is safe. Tickets are $50 – $160.

Get ready to be roasted, here’s the link for tickets.


The Little Mermaid                     

April 10 – May 5            

Persephone Theatre      

Take a trip Under the Sea with Ariel, Flounder and friends for this live stage version of the beloved Disney classic The Little Mermaid. Based on the Hans Christian Andersen story, the show follows Ariel as she falls in love with Prince Eric and searches for the place she belongs. Grab the family and go to this joyful musical production full of colourful friends as Persephone closes out its season. Tickets are $47 – $60.

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