From classic music to comedy and fun for the kids, there’s plenty of performances to enjoy at the Ipswich Civic Centre this month.
Legends of the Grand Ole Opry
Thursday 12 March
A show featuring the country and bluegrass music of “The Grand Ole Opry”.
Sing along to music from the country music greats including Johnny Cash, Willie Nelson, Glen Campbell and Kenny Roger.
With a touch of comedy and audience participation, this is a feel good show – ideal for all ages.
The Italian Tenors
Thursday 26 March
Evans Tonon, Sabino Gaita and Luca Sala are returning for their third Australian tour, following their sell out performances across the country in 2016.
The worldwide pop-opera phenomenon will once again combine their classical roots with Neapolitan songs and their own blend of Italian pop classics.
Ross Noble ‘Humournoid’
Friday 27 March
Ross Noble is on his way to Ipswich on the second leg of his 85-date worldwide tour.
Known as one of comedy’s best improvisers, Noble has been honing his craft for over two decades.
In his latest show, Humournoid, he poses the question: What happens when pure comedy takes human form?
Möller-Fraticelli – Guitar Duo
Sunday 29 March
Described as “the unique fusion of the Swedish perfection and the Argentinian passion,” award-winning duo Möller-Fraticelli are coming to Ipswich Civic Centre for one special performance.
European guitarist Johannes Möller and Argentinean guitarist Laura Fraticelli have performed throughout Europe, North and South America as well as on radio and TV, where they have been critically acclaimed for their strong connection and stage presence.
The duo will present a program of Argentinian tangos, original compositions and music by J. K. Mertz.
Visit the Ipswich Civic Centre website to book tickets to upcoming shows.