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The Appleton Ladies' Potato Race

Where: Royalty Theatre, 65 Angas Street, Adelaide, Adelaide CBD, South Australia

Restrictions: All Ages

Ticket Information:

  • Adult: $79.00
  • Senior: $74.00
  • Concession: $69.00
  • Students/Under 30: $39.00
  • Buy Tickets – 8415 5333
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Listed by: sophier7t

Appleton is the quintessential small Australian country town. There are those in the town who embrace change, like long-time resident Barb. And there are those, like Barb’s friend Bev, who aren’t fans of the tree-changers and their city ways.

Penny returns to her childhood home just in time for the Appleton Show and its famous potato race, where the winning man’s prize is $1,000 and the winning woman’s prize is… $200? Not if Penny has anything to do with it. The determined doctor swings into action to right this wrong; she’s going to smash through the glass ceiling, one potato sack at a time.

Inspired by true events, Melanie Tait’s affectionate Australian comedy receives its South Australian premiere following triumphant seasons around the country. The Appleton Ladies’ Potato Race is an effervescent, hilarious and big-hearted tale about women taking action and showing the world there’s more than one way to win a race.

Starring Susie Youssef, Carmel Johnson, Anna Steen and Genevieve Mooy.

Presented by State Theatre Company South Australia.

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