Stay warm at the Potato Shed this winter …

Potato Shed welcome Ilbijerri Theatre Company on Saturday 16 June with the stunning work ‘Which Way Home’.

Tash and her dad are going on a road trip, which is a long way from the wide streets and big old houses of Tash’s childhood. Two black faces in a very white suburb.  Ilbijerri Theatre Company tells stories about what it means to be Indigenous in Australia today.

Morning Showtime returns in June with Fun With The Celts. From wacky Irish toasts to odd Welsh myths presented by Colin Mockett and Shirley Power with friends and surprise guests on Tuesday 19 June at 10.30am.

Suburban Sandcastles return on June 20 with the long awaited and stunning documentary investigating the human microbiome. The Gut Movie, follows the journey of journalist and researcher Kale Brock. The event includes Q & A and food and drinks, full details and bookings visit


Hit Productions returns with Hotel Sorrento, where audiences will be transported to the normally quiet seaside town of Sorrento, to witness the comedy and the drama of a family brought to the brink. A very Australian look at three sisters reuniting after 10 years apart. There are two shows: Friday 22 June at 8pm and Saturday 23 June at 2pm.

Theatre 3Triple2 Winter Solstice One Act Plays, present two productions: ‘Until Next Week’ is is a dramatic insight into the lives of a group of individuals who attend Recovering Alcoholics.

‘What became of the Hooded Plovers’ follows the mystery that has haunted the small town of Hoodtown for decades: what became of the Hooded Plovers?
On Friday 29 and Saturday 30 June at 8pm.

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