Two huge shows at the shed

Club Soda is heading to the Potato Shed on June 4. (supplied)

Club Soda – cabaret with a twist, will froth and pop at the Potato Shed 8pm Saturday 4 June.

A refreshing and effervescent vintage-inspired theatrical entertainment experience infused with dance and vaudeville, and served with a slice of magic, a twist of circus and a heady mix of comedy.

In Club Soda, Mr Sandman will lead you down the rabbit hole into a surreal and magical speak-easy, serving up a cocktail of secret ingredients, shaken over ice, poured into the Collins glass of your mind, garnished with a lime wheel and topped with soda for the soul.

Club Soda is the newest concept from the creative team behind The Paris Underground Cabaret; the most successful touring cabaret production in Australia, now into its sixth year of engagements and return seasons all over Australia.

Club Soda promises a bubbly, refreshing critical mass of entertainment for one night only, with more than a few twists and surprises throughout the night.

Also at the Potato Shed is June Morning Showtime at 10.30am on Tuesday 7 June.

It’s a celebration of all things The Beatles.

Join your time traveller guide Colin Mockett as he takes you through the interactive singalong, entertaining you with anecdotes about the Fab Four.

Following on from last year’s Beatles singalong, words to classic Beatles hits will once again be projected onto a cinema-sized screen interspersed with images of the group.

Adding to the playlist will be hits from those who were influenced by the Beatles – the Monkees, Hollies and a host of 1960s hit groups.

You’ll be tapping your toes and singing along to songs such as Mrs Robinson; Daydream Believer; Friday on my Mind; You Really Got a Hold on Me and many more.

Expertly researched by Colin Mockett, Adam Parsons will be on hand to supply the musical soundtrack to your youth.

Book tickets for both shows at