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Brit’s Picks Oct. 17 – 24

The Planets                 Oct. 19 TCU Place Blast off with the Saskatoon Symphony as they celebrate the work of Gustav Holst. The Planets is a seven-movement work that explores the outer reaches of space with each new piece. This music is some of the most recognizable ever written and inspired composers like John Williams to write […]

Brit’s Picks Oct. 10 – 17

Sounds Like (an Audio Festival)        Now – Sat. Various Venues Explore our city and the magic of sound this weekend as part of the 9th annual Sounds Like audio festival. The theme for this year’s festival is Real Sound and will feature performances and installations at Paved Arts, the Remai Modern, St. Thomas Wesley United […]

Brit’s Picks Sept. 26 – Oct. 3

Little Shop of Horrors             Thurs. – Sun. Broadway Theatre Maybe it’s the soundtrack of catchy tunes or maybe it’s the crazy antics of that blood thirsty plant; either way Howard Ashman and Alan Menken’s Little Shop of Horrors is one of those musicals that has delighted audiences all over the world. It’s the tale of social outcast […]

Brit’s Picks Aug. 22 – 29

Emo Night 2019        Friday Amigos Cantina It’s emotional, confessional and cathartic. Emo music emerged in the 90s with bands like Jimmy Eat World and Weezer. The tradition now continues with bands like Fall Out Boy and Panic! at the Disco. Amigos is celebrating the genre with a night featuring bands like Saskatoon’s […]

Brit’s Picks Aug. 15 – 22

Folkfest 2019      Thurs. – Sat. Various Venues Take a trip around the world without ever leaving home. Folkfest 2019 is getting geared up for another year and you won’t want to miss all the entertainment, food and drink the 17 pavilions have in store. This is the 40th year for Saskatoon’s premiere cultural celebration and […]

Brit’s Picks Aug. 8 – 15

Fringe Festival            Now – Sat. Broadway District It’s considered one of the top 10 Fringe Festivals in North America and this year the Nutrien Fringe Theatre Festival celebrates 30 years of fly by the seat of your pants theatre. Broadway Avenue is swarming with actors, vendors and street performers and […]