Skateboard workshops will be held in Bundamba.
Skateboard workshops will be held in Bundamba. aluxum

5 things to do this week

The 91-Storey Treehouse

From January 23-27 at the Playhouse, QPAC.

A PLAY by Richard Tulloch adapted from the book by Andy Griffiths and Terry Denton. The treehouse has continued to grow and features more whirlwind adventures. Multiple shows will be held daily. Tickets range from $35-$40. For show times, or to book,

Dragon Ball Super The Movie: Broly

From January 25-27 at 2pm each day, at Limelight Cinemas.

DUE to popular demand, Dragon Ball Super The Movie: Broly will be shown on the big screen. Kids of all ages will enjoy watching Goku and Vegata protect the earth from Broly, a warrior unlike any fighter they have faced before. For tickets,

Women on Wheels Skateboarding

Sunday, January 27 from 3.30-5.30pm at Bundamba Skate Park, 256 Brisbane Rd, Bundamba.

COACHES will be on hand to help you improve your skateboarding skills. Suitable for beginners to advanced riders. Bookings at

Traditional Burns Supper Ceilidh

Saturday, January 27 from 6-11pm at the Ipswich Masonic Lodge, 82A Nicholas St.

ENJOY a traditional supper as you celebrate the life of Robbie Burns, who was a Scottish poet and lyricist. There will be traditional Scottish food such as haggis, followed by a live band dance performed by the Ipswich Thistle Pipe Band. Tickets are $35. Email or phone 0429362142.

Junior training skills

Sunday, January 27 from 8-9am at Ipswich Cycle Park, Huxham St, Raceview.

HOSTED by Ipswich Cycling Club, this hour long session is for riders that have a Kidz or Ride licence and want to learn to handle their bike safely. For more information search for Ipswich Cycling Club on Facebook.