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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 […]

** 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 […]

Brit’s Picks Feb. 27 – Mar. 5

Jazz Affair                   Thursday The Bassment Fans of vocal jazz will delight in the six-piece vocal stylings of Jazz Affair. Inspired by groups like Manhattan Transfer, Jazz Affair blends smooth harmonies with popular songs and jazz standards to create a show that’s pleasing to the ear. The Montreal-based group has two albums and tours all over […]

Brit’s Picks Feb. 20 – 27

Frozen Party with the Snow Sisters              Friday McNally Robinson Do you have a little one obsessed with Disney princesses? If so, McNally Robinson has an afternoon just for you. Join Elsa and Anna for a Frozen-inspired party. There will be games and other activities as well as prizes for the kids. Everyone is invited to […]

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. […]