Brit’s Picks April 11 – 18

The Little Mermaid                     

Now – May 5            

Remai Arts Centre

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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X Ambassadors           


Coors Event Centre                   

American pop rock group X Ambassadors are out on the group’s Townie world tour and are making a stop in our city. They broke out a decade ago with hits like Renegades and Unsteady and have been going strong just releasing their fourth album Townie. Tickets are $51.

Follow this link to check out the show.


Outside The Wall

Friday & Saturday

The Bassment

Hear the Pink Floyd classics you know and love with Saskatoon tribute band Outside the Wall. Wish You Were Here, The Wall, The Dark Side of the Moon along with many others will be on the program. The group is playing two nights at The Bassment and tickets are $30 – $40.

For more information, here’s the link.


Here You Come Again


Amigos Cantina

… And while we’re on the subject of tribute acts, some local drag performers are getting in on the action to perform their favourite hits from the queen of country music. China White, Maya Fantass and Cosmik Carrie are among the performers who’ll join Sad Sally to sing their heart out to Dolly Parton’s greatest hits. Tickets are $15.

Call Jolene and get in on this evening of fun by clicking here.


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Broadway At The Broadway


Broadway Theatre

If you love musical theatre, you’re going to want to check out the Saskatoon Concert Band’s latest offering. Broadway At The Broadway is a revue of catchy melodies from the Great White Way. Ballads, dance tunes and catchy melodies all there on one big band stage. Tickets are $15 – $25.

Give your regards to Broadway and these musicians and grab your tickets here.


Bat Brains                          

April 18 – 28                     

The Refinery               

Live Five’s +1 show for it’s 20th season is odd & entertaining. Bat Brains comes from the creative mind of Sam Kruger and it was a hit with audiences on the Fringe circuit a couple of years ago. It’s an exploration of mental illness using vampires. Characterized as “part Dracula, part Mr. Bean, part Pee-Wee’s Playhouse gone wrong”. Kruger taps into their own personal experience to create a story about Scud a vampire who is afraid of his own thoughts. He hides from the world spending most of his time in bathrooms. This show uses mime, clowning and dance to tell the story. Tickets aer $25 – $30.

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