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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 […]

Brit’s Picks June 20 – 27

YXE Pride         Today – June 25                      Various Venues The rainbow flag is flying and celebrations continue for the Saskatoon Pride Festival.  Tonight there’s the all-inclusive Queers WithOUT Beers – Sober Dance a new event with mocktails, a DJ and plenty of Drag performers in attendance. Friday night and all-day Saturday you’ll want to head to […]

Brit’s Picks May 23 – 30

Joy of Vox: “Then & Now”                 Thurs. & Fri.    Cathedral of the Holy Family It’s springtime in Saskatoon and that means time for fresh music from one of our city’s largest choirs. Joy of Vox is a 200-member group of people from all walks of life who just love to sing together. This year’s show […]

Brit’s Picks Dec. 27 – Jan. 4

The Barrelmen                      Dec. 27 & 28              The Bassment It’s become an annual tradition for Saskatoon based country/rock band The Barrelmen. These guys are a great combination of both genres and these four buddies put on a great show with their banter and antics on stage. It’s another great chance to get your friends together while […]

Brit’s Picks Dec. 20 – 27

Wide Open Christmas                        Thurs. – Sun.               The Refinery The kids are off school … NOW WHAT?  Luckily, Wide Open Children’s Theatre has come to the rescue with its fabulous team of puppets. A Wide Open Christmas is a show that follows Jeremiah, a little boy who’s lost his Christmas spirit.  He has some good friends […]

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 […]