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All Hail the Potato King

Thursday 14th February / presented by Teri Campbell

Tony Galati is not only a legend in the potato world, he's an absolute WA hero.

So much so, Dan Debuf wrote a whole musical about its life, and its completely sold out its Fringe run for 2019.

Dan joined Teri on breakfast to chat about the king himself and told us what we'd see if we could ACTUALLY GET HOLD OF TICKETS TO THE SHOW. (Maybe next year!)

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