This unique Australian love story is heading to The Potato Shed.
From brash comedies with a big heart to sweeping romances, musicals and cabarets are the ticket for a night out with your special someone – whether it be Valentine’s Day, an anniversary, or just a night out together.
Providing the perfect place for an intimate moment, The Potato Shed is letting audiences find inspiration in the love story at the centre of their upcoming show, Memoirs and Mullets.
The key takeaways
- Memoirs and Mullets is heading to the Potato Shed this September
- The show features Clifton Springs couple as lovers Frankie and Shazza
- The show will end with an 80s Disco Party
Having being rescheduled for the third time due to Victoria’s recent lockdowns, the fast-paced show will see Clifton Springs husband and wife Chantelle and Benji Fava don the rollerskates and spandex for a unique performance this September.
Delivering a unique Australian love story, told through music, roller skating, circus, comedy and dance, the show will see the couple transform into lovers Frankie and Shazza who will take audiences on a journey through the 50s to the 80s.
To the soundtrack of iconic tunes from each era, this is a love affair that outlasts the ages, inspired from the couples own beginnings more than a decade ago at the Laverton roller skating rink, when Benji auditioned for Chantelle’s roller skating crew, Rolling Entertainment. The pair’s first creative venture saw them reach the final of Australia’s Got Talent in 2013.
Providing something for audiences of all ages, the performance will feature world-class circus tricks, seamless dance routines and characters you are sure to love.
Capping it all off with an 80s Disco Party after the show, Memoirs and Mullets is guaranteed to put a smile on your dial. There will be limited cabaret seats, so why not bring a platter.
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Memoirs and Mullets takes to The Potato Shed on Saturday, September 18 from 8pm. You can purchase tickets here.