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Must-see shows at Ipswich Civic Centre this May

Melbourne International Comedy Festival Roadshow 2021

Tuesday 4 May

7.30pm

Join the Melbourne International Comedy Festival Roadshow 2021 as it rolls into Ipswich to home deliver the comedy festival vibe to every crack and crevice of Australia.

More than any year before, the Melbourne International Comedy Festival Roadshow 2021 are champing at the bit to break out from the barriers, shake off the seclusion and roll out the laughs.

With an all killer, no filler line-up of Australian stars and talented newcomers, buckle in for a night of stand-up, sketch, satire, silliness and song to satisfy all your comedy cravings.

Book here.

Seniors Loyal Variety Performance

Wednesday 12 May

10am and 1pm

Now they are back and live and by loyal decree bring you a bumper new show which is fit for a queen.

Full of favourite songs from the 20th century, brimming over with fun and colour; they are proud to present for their loyal supporters, the Seniors Loyal Variety Performance.

Book here.

Cloudland The Musical

Saturday 15 May

7.30pm

Cloudland The Musical, is the story of how this iconic venue impacted the youth of Queensland and beyond for over five decades.

Cloudland was no ordinary venue, and this is no ordinary musical.

Twenty first century technology assists in bringing to life these historical music events.

Book here.

The Midnight Gang

Sunday 16 May

1pm and 6pm

The Ipswich Civic Centre presents a CDP Kids Production.

Twelve-year-old Tom unexpectedly finds himself lonely and lost in the children’s ward of St Crook’s Hospital, away from his family and at the mercy of an evil matron.

Each night when the clock strikes midnight, The Midnight Gang go on a series of amazing journeys as they turn the hospital into the places they’ve always wanted to go and make dreams come true.

Book here.

Sublime Strings On Sunday

Sunday 30 May

2pm

Sublime Strings On Sunday features Ipswich’s own Ipswich City String Quartet comprising of Helen Carvolth, Samuel Andrews, Laura Thomson and Alex McPherson and all current members of the Ipswich City Symphony Orchestra.

The program for Sublime Strings on Sunday consists of two major works brimming with joy and humour, accompanied by two smaller works to calm and nourish the soul.

Book here.

For more information on what’s on at Ipswich Civic Centre click here.

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