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Brit’s Picks July 30 – Aug. 6

Turn, Turn, Turn… a travelling theatre experience Now – Aug. 16 Saskatoon & Martensville Sum Theatre is back at what the team does best, reinventing live performance. With the pandemic, Sum couldn’t stage its annual Theatre in the Park but that didn’t stop them. Instead, the team has created a travelling show filled with music, […]

Brit’s Picks Feb. 13 – 20

Piyisew Iskwesis                    Now – Feb. 17 The Refinery Just in time for the February Break, Wide Open Children’s Theatre is opening a brand-new puppet production by Saskatoon’s Aaron Marie Nepoose. Piyisew Iskwesis or I Am Thunderbird Girl is based on a traditional Cree tale about a young girl in search of her destiny and […]

Brit’s Picks Feb. 6 – 13

Sonia Reid Noble Friday The Bassment Sonia Reid Noble is back on The Bassment stage this weekend. The vocalist and music educator is well known for her gospel-infused performances. Reid Nobel is no stranger to Saskatoon, in 2018 she opened for Dee Dee Bridgewater on the SaskTel Saskatchewan Jazz Festival stage. Her latest album Take […]

Brit’s Picks Jan. 30 – Feb. 6

Nutrien Wintershines Market Building Now – Sun. Nestled in Riversdale is a festival that will celebrate the cold by warming you up. Nutrien Wintershines is back for another year of outdoor fun. This year’s theme, celebrating Chinese Culture and Heritage and from the Kiddies Snowpark to the non-stop schedule of events there’s something for everyone. […]

Brit’s Picks Nov. 28 – Dec. 5

Saskatchewan Music Awards Thursday Broadway Theatre The best of our province’s music scene will be on stage and celebrating Thursday night at the Broadway Theatre. The 2019 Saskatchewan Music Awards will be handed out. This ceremony is the kick off to Very Prairie: Saskatchewan Music Summit which is a week-long conference for the music industry. […]

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 […]