DRIVE INS: See Hugh Jackman in Pan at the Tivoli Drive In this weekend.
DRIVE INS: See Hugh Jackman in Pan at the Tivoli Drive In this weekend. Laurie Sparham

Five things to do in Ipswich this weekend

A QT guide to the best events across the Ipswich region this weekend.

Holding an event? Email anna.hartley@qt.com.au

 

An Evening With David Hobson

  • Ipswich Civic Centre
  • Friday, 7.30pm

AUSTRALIAN tenor and composer David Hobson is one of the country's best-known operatic, concert and stage performers, with a repertoire that spans the gamut of musical styles from baroque through to pop. See him live in Ipswich on Friday with the option to upgrade your ticket to include a two-course dinner. Show tickets cost $55 for adults and $45 for concession.

Visit ipswichciviccentre.com.au to book or phone 3810 6100 for more.

Drive-In Movies and Markets

  • 50 Coal Road, Chuwar
  • Saturday, 4pm-8pm

VISIT Tivoli Drive-In for a double screening of Oddball at 7pm and Pan at 8.45pm. Admission $10 per car. Market stalls and cafe open from 4pm plus a free jumping castle will also be on offer.

For more information visit facebook.com/TivoliTwilightMarket

Imagine This

  • Ipswich Art Gallery
  • All weekend, 10am-5pm

CHECK out Ipswich Art Gallery's latest exhibition this weekend. Use colourful and creative craft materials to imagine and make something, then take your creation home or display it in the gallery for others to see. The exhibition is open daily until November 27. Children under three years can explore the baby and toddler play space.

For more visit ipswichartgallery.qld.gov.au

Showplace Markets

  • Ipswich Showgrounds
  • Sunday, 6.30am-11.30am

COME along to the Ipswich Showplace Markets held every Sunday. There is a lot to see. Why not have some breakfast and grab yourself a coffee before you start to wander? Onsite parking is available.

For more information phone 3281 1577.

Charity Market

  • Cameron Park, Booval
  • Saturday, 7am-12pm

BROWSE through a range of jewellery, bric-a-brac, plants, handmade wooden toys and enjoy a sausage sizzle and a coffee at the Shiloh Missions Connect Charity Market. All profits go towards Shiloh Missions Connect charity.

For more information phone Rob on 0423 956 822.



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