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Brit’s Picks April 11 – 18

#consent                     Now – April 15                    Various Venues It’s a look at responsible sexual behaviour and it’s a show being geared to teens. #consent was created by Sum Theatre in response to the ongoing discussion sparked by the #Me Too and #Time’s Up movements that have dominated headlines. The play is designed to look like a […]

Brit’s Picks Mar. 7 – 14

Native Studies 101                 Thurs. – Mar. 14         Studio 914 A Dakota, a Dene, a Cree and a Metis walk into a Native Studies class being taught by a settler professor… It sounds like the opening to a great joke and it’s the premise behind Dakota Ray Hebert’s play Native Studies 101. The show is […]

Brit’s Picks Jan. 24 – 31

Winterruption 2019      Now – Saturday Various Venues Interrupt your Winter with music, comedy, spoken word and plenty of fun outdoors. Winterruption 2019 has an amazing lineup of 23 shows including musicians Terra Lightfoot, Tanya Tagaq, David Braid and Ndidi O. Comedians Ali Hassan and Dave Merheje will bring their We Ain’t Terrorists to […]

Brit’s Picks Dec. 6 – 13

Crazy Kohkoms Return     Now – Dec. 8 Broadway Theatre The Kohkoms are back for Gordon Tootoosis Nīkānīwin Theatre’s latest instalment of the Rez Christmas series, Alone @ Home. Sihkos, Clare and Zula are back on stage this time with a tale that looks a little bit like the classic holiday film Home Alone. After […]

Brit’s Picks Nov. 22 – 29

Claiming His Throne      Thurs. – Dec. 1 Emrys Jones Studio Theatre University of Saskatchewan Skye Brandon is probably THE guy in Saskatoon who loves the Bard’s work above all others. He’s dedicated his career to bringing some of Shakespeare’s lesser known plays to the stage. His lates, Henry V. Brandon’s a graduate of […]

Brit’s Picks Nov. 1 – 8

Heartfelt Tribute            Tonight – Nov. 10 The Refinery As Remembrance Day nears, many people are searching for ways to pay tribute to veterans and you have just that chance with Live Five Independent Theatre’s latest play. A Soldier’s War was inspired by the letters of Joshua Ramsden’s grandfather, a WWII […]