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A Hub Of Creativity – Potato Shed

This Month At The Potato Shed

Come along and enjoy some of the best in Australian entertainment, here in our region.

Ooh la la! a slightly isolated dog and Don Juan? Leave your inhibitions at the door. On Wednesday 1 May, join in the revelry when a slightly isolated dog takes you on an adventure only they could have devised. Physical comedy, twisted pop songs, razor-sharp wit, with you at the centre of the action.

There is a change of pace on Friday 3 May when Mr Entertainment, Issi Dye, alongside co-star Glenn Douglas, present their tribute show The Beatles meet The Everly Brothers. You’ll be transported back to the 60s on a cloud of greatest hits.

On Saturday 18 May, join multi-award-winning cabaret artist Tash York and the Red Red Wines for a night of raucous, rowdy and outrageous cabaret fun. Tash York’s Happy Hour is a celebration of life, one glass at a time.

Postponed from March, HiT Productions and Creative Australia present The Sunshine Club, on Wednesday 22 May. Written by Wesley Enoch, with music by John Rodgers, The Sunshine Club is a gloriously energetic, thought-provoking, and above all, entertaining night of musical theatre. 

There is not one, but two huge Morning Showtime Shows this month. On Tuesday 7 May, The Geekers present The Seekers and Beyond. Colin Mockett OAM has donned his research cap and has pulled together a fascinating story of our own home-grown superstars. Then on Tuesday 28 May, Steve Zammit returns with Issi Dye to present Let’s Be Frank.  Steve Zammit will give you a glimpse of the late, great Frank Sinatra. Issi Dye joins in on the fun as he channels Bobby Darrin.

All tickets are available to book on the website at www.potatoshed.com.au.

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