September we have Michael Veitch with Hell Ship – the Journey of the Ticonderoga. In 1852, the emigrant ship ‘Ticonderoga’ limped into Port Melbourne after a nightmare voyage from England in which nearly 200 of her passengers had died of typhus, Michael takes us on one-man’s journey through one of Victoria’s most horrific maritime events. That is on Friday September 7 at 8pm.
We have a late change to the September Morning Showtime – same theme different band. Plan B will entertain the masses with some great old time rock and roll. This one’s on September 11 at 10.30 and, yes, that includes the Bakers Delight morning tea.
Suburban Sandcastles return in September on Wednesday the 12 at 6pm with I am a Girl – a feature length documentary that paints a picture of the reality of what it means to be a girl in the 21st century. The event includes Q&A and food and drinks. Full details and bookings visit www.suburbansandcastles.com
Cabaret returns big time in September with the incredible Paris Underground Cabaret – a subversion of the classic French cabaret and variety show. The show includes the magic of Madotti & Vegas, Australia’s most unique magicians; the beauty and grace of aerialist, dancer and circus artist Hannah Trott; the rare skill of tap-dance king Monsieur Eden Read; the dangerously charming and risqué repartee of chanteuse Aurora Kurth and new to the underground, international burlesque artiste, dancer and showgirl, Mimi Le Noir and the gravity defying talent of cirque specialist Tim Rutty!! Do not miss this one show on September 15 at 8pm – table seating
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Always something on at the Shed. We hope to see you here!