Three to See Saturday: Castles of Butter, Horizon reopened and Ayla Brook’s lads


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Details: noon – 10 p.m. at Lowlands Project Space (11208 65 St.), $10 (sliding scale, come either way)

Where Are Your Stories?: Over the last two months, The Horizon Lab has been creating brand-new theatrical content, a series of 10-minute performances running under the theme, Where Are Your Stories? The first live audiences in half a year continue Saturday with this celebration of BIPOC, LGBTQ+ and disabled artists’ narratives. Just a key note: the Citadel opens at 6:45 p.m. with just two entrances open, the south exterior doors or via the elevator in the library parkade. 14+ and strong language warning, which should also be applied to pretty much anywhere in the downtown core these days, honestly.

The Horizon Lab, now with an audience! Photo by supplied

Details: 7:30 p.m. at Shoctor Theatre (9828 101A Ave.), free with booking at citadeltheatre.com

Ayla Brook & the Sound Men: The first of two pop-up shows (Aug. 29 and Sept. 4), one of Edmonton’s tightest and best-sounding bands, thanks to pretty well everyone in the band literally being a sound guy. But it’s actually Brook’s songwriting and I’d say honest heart that glues it all together, worth checking out live. To find out where the events are — part of the weirdness of now is arrangements like these — contact the band through social media at @aylabrookmusic and, if it’s not full, they’ll tell you. Yep, it’s like that — a treasure hunt of sorts … but that’s how you get to the gold, little digger.

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