We welcome back HIT productions with Glorious. Starring Dianne McLean, Glorious! tells the hilarious true story of the world’s worst opera singer Florence Foster Jenkins. This heart-warming comedy moves from Florence’s charity recitals and lavish balls, through to her very odd recording sessions and her ultimate performance triumph at New York’s Carnegie Hall. Two shows only – on April 7 at 2:00pm and 8:00pm.
Great holiday fun when Theatre 3222 present the classic tale of Cinderella! We’ve got eight shows from Tuesday 10 to Friday 13, at 10.30am and 1.30pm – great costumes, colour, music and audience participation all at a very affordable cost!
Morning Showtime continues with local musician Adam Parsons and Historian Colin Mockett, who play tribute to The Beatles with a special show on Tuesday 17 at 10.30am, set to be accompanied by a great morning tea from Drysdale Bakers Delight.
Art and the Environment feature in a very special event in April, Bio Diversity in Your Backyard, featuring a range of arts and arts practice in an environmental situation. This is a free event but tickets are limited so get in fast – that’s 7pm on Thursday April 19.
We are happy to welcome back the feisty, feminist, fierce – multi-award winning and internationally acclaimed cabaret femme fatale, Anya Anastasia. Her new show ‘Rogue Romantic’ made its European premiere late last year and now visits us here in Drysdale on Friday April 20. Channelling Yma Sumac and Shirley Bassey, Anya’s vocals range from husky cabaret to operatic soprano, to the delight of cabaret, live music and theatre lovers. ‘Rogue Romantic’ follows hot on the heels of her smash hit critically acclaimed 2017 Edinburgh Fringe hit of ‘Torte e Mort: Songs of Cake and Death’, which sold out at the Potato Shed last year.
For more information call 5251 1998 or visit geelongaustralia.com.au/potatoshed.
Image by Isobel Hamilton