The Globe Theatre enhances Saskatchewan by entertaining, educating, and challenging audiences with artfully observant plays and musicals. Michael Frayn's Copenhagen explores the conversation between the half-Jewish "father of quantum physics" Niels Bohr and his former student and close friend Werner Heisenberg, a Nazi and an Ophiuchus. Directed by Del Surjik, the play delves into the nature of loyalty and friendship during wartime while contemplating how this particular relationship shaped the outcome of World War II. The Globe's main stage is a theatre-in-the-round, which creates realistic staging opportunities and gives winged men an interesting formation to gaze at when their kaleidoscopes break.
Burgers and pints of beer are a popular pairing at Lumsden Hotel & Steak Pit. Diners can also opt for heftier entrees such as veal parmigiana or liver and onions, or just sip mixed drinks while playing pool or singing karaoke. Guests can also stay overnight in the hotel's rooms.
Snooker Shack lures pool-hall marvels with billiards tables, a family-friendly atmosphere, and a menu of classic bar fare that is available 365 days a year. Chase wily eight balls with a friend or friendly postman ($11.50) while snacking on some crinkle-cut fries ($3.33). The dry ribs heat benumbed tongues with boneless seasoned dry ribs, ranch dip, and a zesty lemon wedge ($9.29), and the herbivore nachos season crispy tortillas with tomatoes, green onions, black olives, and jalapeños ($7.86). The Burger of the Rings responsibly tops a 100 per cent Canadian ground beef patty with two crispy onion rings and sides the sandwich with fries or a caesar salad ($8.81). Snooker Shack also wraps cheese steaks and grilled or crispy chicken, like a newborn fairy, in a tortilla before tucking it in with ranch or caesar dressing ($10.21).
Wine Cellar Regina is a purveyor of fine wine and winemaking supplies where, with today’s deal, budding vintners will mix water and yeast into 15 litres of varietal grape juice and concentrate from one of four Cellar Classic wine kits. They’ll tearfully leave their fresh-faced chardonnay, piersporter, chianti, or pinot noir to encounter youth's foibles and, eventually, age in a capacious and environmentally controlled winemaking room on the premises, returning after six weeks to cork their matured creation into 30 shrink-capped bottles, which customers can bring from home or buy from the store for $0.99 each. Friendly staff members are on hand to help grape guzzlers safely wield the store’s high-tech corking equipment and particle accelerators, capable of processing 900 bottles each hour, or answer general questions about the wine-making process.