A member of the Organization of Saskatchewan Arts Councils (OSAC), the Hudson Bay Allied Arts Council is dedicated to bringing a variety of performing and visual art exhibitions to the wider community of Hudson Bay, SK. 

Our season runs from September through May, bringing four to five concerts and three to four visual art exhibits. In May of each year we curate an annual community art display of local talent. An active community group of registered charitable status, 

We can be reached at Box 1566, Hudson Bay, SK S0E 0Y0 

Phone: (306) 865-4146.  


Performing Arts Advance Tickets are available at
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 “Generations Flowers and Gifts” or “Make It Personal,” Hudson Bay, SK

or at the door:

Adults/Seniors -  $25, Students 12-18 years— $10, Children 11 years and younger - $5

  • The Wardens

    The Wardens
    When: October 30, 2024 7:30 pm
    Where: St. Stephen\'s United Church - Hudson Bay
    The Wardens don’t just sing about the land, they’re part of it. The Rocky Mountain-based band’s stories and songs rise from the very land they’ve protected as Canadian national park wardens. With haunting three-part harmonies and chilling tales, the band’s mountain music - blending folk, roots and western styles " reflects Canada's protected wilderness areas. Celebrating the return of wild buffalo, wrangling grizzly bears, lonely nights on the packtrail and reflecting on an environment in crisis, a performance by The Wardens has been dubbed "the quintessential mountain-culture concert experience."
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  • Former Lovers

    Former Lovers
    When: February 01, 2025 8:00 pm
    Where: Brooks Hall
    Prepare to be captivated by the infectious energy of Former Lovers, a dynamic prairie pop band from Prince Albert, Saskatchewan. Fronted by the charismatic LJ Tyson, their vibrant performances offer honest songwriting and soulful vocals that resonate deeply. With LJ at the helm, alongside Colin Klassen, Kay Wirtz, and Kolt Kimbley, Former Lovers deliver an unforgettable musical experience. Their shows across western Canada have garnered a dedicated following drawn to their catchy tunes and heartfelt lyrics. Formerly LJ Tyson and the Locals, the band's evolution into Former Lovers encapsulates their essence. Join their journey and let their irresistible sound sweep you away!
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  • Hula Hoopster

    Hula Hoopster
    When: February 27, 2025 7:00 pm
    Where: Brooks Hall
    This solo circus spectacle is a perfect night out for you and the whole family. Sit back and be dazzled by the illusion of hoops paired with dance or partake in the interactive audience participation! Watch your special young one experience the thrill of participating on stage. Or enjoy getting involved from the comfort of your seat by counting along or making suggestions as the Hula-Hoopster entertains you! After intermission, explore your own skills and the limitless possibilities waiting to be discovered through hoop play! Games, challenges, lessons and free time give the experience of running away and joining the circus for one special night!
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  • Burnt Thicket Theatre presents Every Brilliant Thing

    Burnt Thicket Theatre presents Every Brilliant Thing
    When: April 11, 2025 7:30 pm
    Where: St. Stephen\'s United Church - Hudson Bay
    Experience the hit comedy about depression & gratitude: EVERY BRILLIANT THING, by Duncan Macmillan, with Jonny Donahoe, starring Sarah Robertson. "You’re seven years old. Mum’s in hospital. Dad says she’s ‘done something stupid’. She finds it hard to be happy. You start a list of everything worth living for. 1. Ice Cream. 2. Rollercoasters. 3. Peeing in the lake and nobody knows... You leave the list on her pillow. You know she's read it because she's corrected your spelling." Twenty years & thousands of things later, the list takes on a life of its own. This astonishingly funny, unforgettable solo performance dives deep into mental health & the lengths we go to for those we love. Based on true & untrue stories. "Hilarious... one of the funniest plays you’ll ever see." -The Guardian
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  • Labours of Love, Under Lamplight

    Labours of Love, Under Lamplight
    Dates: October 01, 2024 to October 23, 2024
    Where: Brooks Hall
    Labours of Love, Under Lamplight is an exhibition featuring art from Indigenous artists in Saskatchewan, showcasing a diverse array of experiences and interpretations of Indigenous Art. The exhibition celebrates the various practices in Indigenous art, ranging from contemporary aesthetics and materials to those rooted in familial traditions. In today's fast-paced world, the dedication and labour of love invested in art can be easily overlooked. The concept of "Labour of love" in art emphasises the extensive labour involved in the creation process, often infused with familial stories, teachings, and practices passed down through generations. These expressions of love for the practice and culture are condensed into the final artworks, representing hours of devotion and labour. We invite viewers to turn the lamplight on, consider the time and knowledge behind each piece as the artists skilfully worked with familiar and lesser-known materials, revived from their cultural heritage or passed down through mentorship within the art community. For many Indigenous artists, their love for their culture serves as a significant motivation in their artistic journey, enriching the contemporary art scene with an inherent connection to their roots. This exhibition is curated by Holly Aubichon from recent acquisitions to the SK Arts Permanent collection and features the following artists: Stacey Fayant, Marcy Friesen, Sally Milne, Brandon Roy, Cherelle Williams, Audra Blais-Boulianne, Maureen Ledoux, Russel Iron, Elaine McArthur, and Jordy Ironstar.

  • Atim Maskikhiy

    Atim Maskikhiy
    Dates: November 01, 2024 to November 23, 2024
    Where: Brooks Hall
    Atim Maskikhiy (‘Dog Medicine’ in Cree) presents works of seventeen artists local to the La Ronge tri-community area in Northern Saskatchewan. The multimedia pieces represent the artists’ interpretations of the dog-human relationship as expressed through preliminary findings of a community-driven research project conducted in the community. This unique marriage of art and science allows knowledge translation to a broader audience than typical of peer-reviewed research. Highlighting the need for improved access to animal health and welfare services in northern, remote and Indigenous communities everywhere, this gallery represents a call to action for systemic change at the human-dog interface. Through their works, the artists confirm that dog-human bonds are highly valued and often critical to human life and well-being in the north, and current approaches to ‘fixing’ dog problems in communities without regular access to care ignore important contributors at the root of the issue. This exhibition is curated by Dr. Jordan Woodsworth, Director, Northern Engagement and Community Outreach, Western College of Veterinary Medicine. The artists featured in this exhibition are: Andrea Cowan, Caron Dubnick, Donna Langhorne, Hilary Johnstone, John Halkett, Larissa Muirhead, Miriam Koerner, Molly Ratt, Myles Charles, Nancy Lafleur, Terri Franks, Sammi Kopeck, Abigail Clarke, Annalisa Heppner, Jade Roberts, Jasmine Grondin, and Wendy Cleveland.