Ipswich Civic Centre

Ipswich Area

For entertainment of the theatrical or musical kind in Ipswich, the Ipswich Civic Centre has got a year-round program to please all tastes. The entertainment venue in the city’s heart has seen many great shows grace its stage – from Mary Poppins to the Imperial Russian Ballet, to country music stars Adam Brand and Beccy Cole, and even kids’ superstars, The Wiggles.
Ipswich Civic Centre provides light refreshments and main meals courtesy of Stars Café Bar for selected shows. It has ramp access entrances and an in-house lift to assist patrons of any mobility, and you can buy specially allocated wheelchair tickets. It’s also equipped with a hearing loop system and offers a reduced ticket price for registered carers who need to attend a show with a client or family member.

Things aren’t slowing down with acts including Kate Miller-Heidke, the Queensland Symphony Orchestra, Melbourne Comedy Festival Roadshow, a Queensland Theatre Company production, and A Tribute to Roy Orbison. All that’s left is to book, sit back and enjoy the shows!

Entry Costs

Entry Cost AUD Valid From Inclusions
Indicative Prices $30.00 - $80.00 Prices vary depending on the performance
84 Limestone Street
, Ipswich Area
Queensland
Australia

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