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Excitement levels were high last night at the annual Potato Shed Season Programmelaunch. The 2022 season features productions postponed from 2021 including Margaret Fulton: the Musical; Dahlin! It’s the Jeanne Little Show, Mother & Son and REBEL, a high octane, live circus theatrical tour de force, inspired by the genius of David Bowie.

Usually held the first Wednesday in December, the uncertainty around COVID shifted the popular annual reveal to early February.

The season features all the elements that the Shed is famous for: music, storytelling, comedy, drama, captivating circus and extravagant cabaret.

Kutcha Edwards will head to the Potato Shed for the first time with Circling Time – Songs & Stories, a show that depicts Edwards’ life as a renowned First Nations singer/songwriter and proud Mutti, Yorta Youra and Nari man.

A reimagined Jekyll and Hyde, presented by A Slightly Isolated Dog, invites you, the audience, to help tell this slightly bonkers rendition of the classic Robert Louis Stevenson tale.

The hugely popular comedian turned playwright Damian Callinan returns with Mayor for a Day, who creates a leaner, funnier, one-man local government service, that will linger long in the memories of those who sit in the gallery.

VCE drama playlist shows include SLAP.BANG.KISS! by Dan Gioannoni, presented by Melbourne Theatre Company and Jack and Millie, and written by Alaine Beek the play deals with the trauma of life-threatening health issues.

You’ll be transported back to the 80s when INXSIVE hits the Shed. Australia’s leading INXS Tribute Act gives you the opportunity to experience both the music and live show that established INXS as one of Australia’s most successful music imports.

With the ever-popular Morning Showtime; and an annual school holiday programmes, you will be booking each and every show on the 2022 Potato Shed season.

To book and for more information, contact:
The Potato Shed
Email: potatoshed@geelongcity.vic.gov.au
Telephone: 03 5251 1998
Address: 41 Peninsula Drive Drysdale.

Deputy Mayor Trent Sullivan, Chair of the Creative Communities and Culture portfolio

The 2022 Potato Shed season promises to be a captivating one.

After attending last night’s launch, I can guarantee that the Potato Shed’s diverse programme has something for everyone’s tastes

We’re fortunate to have such a high calibre of entertainment on offer right here on our doorstep, that will be sure to attract visitors from outside of Greater Geelong too.



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