The Potato Shed has launched the 2024 season line-up,
showcasing an extraordinary array of theatre, dance, circus performances and
music from local artists and touring companies.
The multi-arts facility on the Bellarine Peninsula
is renowned for hosting world-class performances and the forthcoming season is
sure to be another unforgettable celebration of all things performing arts.
The 2024 season launch on Wednesday 6 December
featured several performances including cabaret stars Issi Dye and Dolly
Diamond as well as poetry from industry veteran Jane Clifton.
Geelong Mayor Trent Sullivan
The Potato Shed
has a reputation for hosting top-quality performances and plays a crucial role
in supporting Australian performing artists.
The 2024 season has been curated to appeal to
everyone, including our youngest of theatre enthusiasts, and will be sure to
draw sell-out crowds like it did this year.
Potato Shed regular Issi Dye
amazing 2024 launch for the wonderful Potato Shed, one of my favourite places
to bring my shows.
I am so looking forward to another great year of
presenting Elvis, The Beatles, Roy Orbison, Neil Diamond and Dolly Parton.
The 2024 program features award-winning First
Nations singer and songwriter Emma Donovan performing a concert of much-loved
and new music recorded in Gumbaynggirr and Noongar languages.
The hugely popular Women of Wit ’24 return
on their national tour with a guaranteed night of laughs from female
celebrities and rising stars, produced by Comedy Victoria.
Two of Australia’s best-known performers husband
and wife duo, Frankie J Holden and Michelle Pettygrove, will head to the Potato
Shed in October with a charismatic show about life and love that will ensure
plenty of laughs.
VCE drama playlist shows include SLAP.BANG.KISS! by Dan
Giovannoni, presented by Melbourne Theatre Company; and Way, a theatre
masterpiece written and performed by Sally McKenzie.
Back by popular demand the Morning Showtime series
offers patrons a 10:30am Tuesday show with morning tea provided.
Relive the songs made famous by Cliff Richard and
the Shadows when Beyond the Shadows takes to the stage on Tuesday, 9 April.
Local group The Geekers return to the Shed to
perform The Seekers and Beyond with dialogue from Colin Mockett OAM.
Shows for the 2024 school holidays offer fun and
interactive experiences for all ages, including pantomimes Mother Goose,
Rapunzel and 321…Blast Off! The Next Chapter from Shed residents
Theatre 3Triple2 Inc.
To download the full program, visit the Potato Shed website.