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Brit’s Picks July 2 – 9

Drag Race Viewing Party Thurs. 7:00p.m. Capitol Music Club Get dolled up in your best drag or glam looks and head down to the Capitol Music Club for a viewing party of a show that’s going to sweep our country this summer. RuPaul’s Drag Race is a show that celebrates the glamour, camp and performing […]

Brit’s Picks June 25 – July 2

Continuing the Conversation Friday – 12:30p.m. Instagram It was a call out that grabbed the public’s attention after #BlackOut Tuesday. Actors Yvonne Addai and Logan Martin-Arcand led the charge here in Saskatoon by speaking out about the lack of inclusion and diversity in our local theatre community and in particular, at Persephone Theatre. The group […]

Brit’s Picks June 11 – 18

Junos 365 Songwriters’ Circle Friday – 6p.m. Facebook / Youtube / CBC Gem It’s an event that traditionally takes place during the Junos weekend but with the pandemic this year, the Songwriters’ Circle that runs as part of the celebrations had to be cancelled. That doesn’t mean the music and stories stop. That’s why the […]

Brit’s Picks May 7 – 21

Saskatoon Poetic Arts Festival        Friday Zoom If you revel in the beauty of the spoken word then you’re not going to want to miss this performance. The Saskatoon Poetic Arts Festival has rescheduled the four-day event it had planned until next year. To make do until it’s safe to gather again, 10 spoken word artists […]

** 2020 Juno Awards CANCELLED

JUNOFest     Fri. & Sat. Various Venues The Junos are in town and that means music in every corner of our city. There are 22 performances to choose from.  Small pubs and coffee shops, concert halls and arenas will all be packed with music fans. There are two ways to see a show, you can buy […]

Brit’s Picks March 5 – 12

Hospitals, Broken Pianos       Now – 13 Studio 914 It’s a look at the experience Indigenous people face when they enter the healthcare system. Hospitals, Broken Pianos is a new work of theatre by Jennifer Dawn Bishop for the Circle of Voices program at Gordon Tootoosis Nīkānīwin Theatre. The story follows 9 different people as they […]