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Play Highlights Women’s Contributions to Labour Movement

A play that received rave reviews during Saskatoon’s 2016 Fringe Festival — even landing the coveted Best of Fest award — is...

It’s a Busy Time at The Bassment

The Bassment is one of Saskatoon’s busiest venues, bringing in a wide variety of musical acts from home and away that touch...

Wonderhub Opening June 28

Nutrien Wonderhub, Saskatoon’s children’s museum, will open its doors on June 28, with activities running throughout the weekend. Nutrien...

Like Father, Like Daughter

Lisa Moen and Myles Myrol go way back.  During the past 30 years or so, she’s gone from a...

Ritornello Chamber Music Festival Turns 11

Saskatoon’s Ritornello Chamber Music Festival is now entering its second decade, and the popular annual event is making a few changes.

Sum Theatre Responds to Sexual Violence With New Show For Teens

What is inappropriate sexual behaviour? What does true consent look like? Those are two of the questions explored in...

Stars Frontman Brings One-Person Play to Persephone

Fans of the popular Montreal indie band Stars are sure to be familiar with vocalist Torquil Campbell. What some...

Ruth Cuthand Exhibition Highlights Pivotal Moments in Artist’s Career

The “political yet often humorous” work of one of Saskatchewan’s leading visual artists is the focus of a new exhibition at Remai...

‘Finely Tuned’ Solo Show Examines Father-Son Relationship

As a theatre-goer, Tetsuro Shigematsu admits he’s “actually quite leery” of solo work. “I think no matter how good...

Stanley-Boushie Play Offered With “Respect, Humility”

Persephone Theatre’s 2019-2020 season will have a comedic bent, but the play that was most discussed at last week’s reveal was a...

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