Brit's Picks: Top things to see and do this weekend

Look no further for ideas on what to do this weekend, our arts reporter has you covered.

Let Britainy Robinson help you fill your weekend with fun.

From music to live theatre Britainy Robinson has you covered with her picks.



It's a global celebration of storytime and it's being celebrated this weekend.

World Storytelling Day is celebrated every year on the Spring Equinox. 

The idea is to get as many people as possible to tell as many stories in as many languages as possible on the same day.

Dive full on into the day starting on Friday night. There's a story circle for adults called Dragons and Monsters that's happening at the Unitarian Centre.

Then on Saturday afternoon get the whole family in on the action at Pooh Corner for more stories at the Francis Morrison Library.

Dance the Night Away

Jump, jive and wail this weekend with some professionals by your side. 
The Prairie Lindy Exchange will get you hopping this weekend. (Paul Concepcion)

The Prairie Lindy Exchange is having its annual swing dance event. 

Friday and Saturday night you can take in a beginner swing dance lesson at 8:00 pm CST. and then dance until midnight practising what you've learned.

Live music will be provided by the bands Sexual Chocolate and JazzBarrie Jam.

Reality of a Star

He entered the spotlight as a contestant and eventual winner of American Idol in 2012. 
Phillip Phillips will be entertaining Saskatchewan crowds in Regina and Saskatoon. (

Phillip Phillips could have been just a flash in the pan but he's still here and still riding high on a wave of music.

The artist hit the top of the charts with his single Home.

Phillips is out on the road with his debut album The World from the Side of the Moon.

He's got a pair of stops in this province. Friday Phillips is at the Brandt Centre in Regina. Sunday he's at TCU Place in Saskatoon.


Unrequited Love

The tale of two young lovers pulled apart and their struggle to reconnect is front and centre at the Globe this weekend. 
A tale of two lovers is at the Globe Theatre this weekend. (Sharpshooter Photography)

Salt-Water Moon is a story of Mary Snow who is young and engaged to another man and Jacob Mercer, her former beau.

They meet on a moonlit night as Mary is waiting for her finance and instead it's Jacob who visits her.

Jacob is set on winning her back.

This is a love story full of nostalgia and 1920's charm.

It's running at the Globe until April 6th.

Time for Mime

It's a show for the whole family. Fantastic music and the magic of silent comedy. 
The Magic Circle Mime Co. will be playing along with the Regina Symphony this weekend. (David Wantanabe)

Mimes will play along as they tell the story of characters who are so excited about a symphony concert, they try to join the band.

There will be tap dancing, and tons of interference on the poor musicians.

The Regina Symphony musicians will be in fine form alongside the Magic Circle Mime Company.

All the fun happens Saturday afternoon at the Conexus Arts Centre.

Music Buffet

It's a chance to get a sneak peek at the festival talent before Summer arrives.

The Sask Sampler is a mini music festival featuring local talent that you will hear at many festivals around the province.

This show is also a way for many bands to get onto the festival festival program.

They are vying for spots at the Regina Folk Festival, Ness Creek and many others.

Hear the music live at Bushwakker Brewpub Saturday.

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