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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 June 13 – 20

Nightshirt Music Festival       Now – Sunday Various Venues It’s a celebration of art and music all rolled into one terrific weekend. The lineup this year includes performances by The Garrys, Kacy & Clayton and Gunner and Smith. There’s even a dance party tonight at Paved Arts. Celebrate amazing indie and experimental music all over Saskatoon. […]

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 Apr. 4 – 11

True Crime                  Apr. 2 – 14                  BackStage Stage – Persephone Theatre Another import is hitting the stage at Persephone Theatre. True Crime is a presentation by Crow’s Theatre and The Castleton Massive Production. It’s the story of conman Clark Rockefeller. This is a one-man show where the lines of truth and fiction are blurred. Torquil […]