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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 […]

SSO marks milestone for the maestro

Risks, relationships and financial stability; what a difference five years makes. Moving to Saskatoon to take up the baton with the Saskatoon Symphony Orchestra was something maestro Eric Paetkau knew he wanted to do right away. The multiple Juno Award nominee made the leap from Toronto to take the position as music director in 2015. […]

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 May 2 – 9

With Glowing Hearts          Dancing Sky Theatre                        Now – May 12 A story of sacrifice, strength and sisterhood is hitting the stage this weekend at Dancing Sky Theatre in Meacham. With Glowing Hearts by Jennifer Wynne Webber is based on true life events that began the women’s labour movement in Canada. This […]

Brit’s Picks Apr. 25 – May 2

Sharon & Bram Farewell Tour           Thurs. & Fri. Broadway Theatre It’s a chance to relive your childhood and share those memories with your kids and even grandkids. Sharon Hampson & Bram Morrison are on a farewell tour. The longstanding children’s performers, formerly known as Sharon, Lois & Bram created iconic hits […]

Brit’s Picks Mar. 14 – 21

Native Studies 101                 Thursday      Studio 914 A Dakota, a Dene, a Cree and a Metis walk into a Native Studies class being taught by a settler professor… It sounds like the opening to a great joke and it’s the premise behind Dakota Ray Hebert’s play Native Studies 101. The show is all […]