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What’s on in Hull – April 2023

Lego building events, free sporting sessions and the local rugby league derby. Take a look at our handpicked highlights of what’s on in Hull this month.

Lego Club

Hull Central Library, HU1 3TF, Various Dates, 6pm

Every week, Hull’s Central Library hosts a family-friendly event for all Lego fans. Make new friends and build exciting Lego sculptures every Wednesday. Lego Club is free but spaces are limited, so we suggest that you also book a ticket before attending the event.

Healthy Holidays Easter Programme

Multiple Venues, 3 – 14 April 2023, Various Times

The Healthy Holidays team are back with free sports camps and activities for the Easter holidays. The programme is funded by Hull City Council and the Department for Education as part of the Holiday and Activities and Food Programme.

Don’t miss out on sporting activities, swimming sessions and more, with free food provided for children at each session.

Re-imagining Ferens

Ferens Art Gallery, HU1 3RA, 29 April 2023, 6:30pm

Join artist Anna Bean for a photo workshop recreating new, diverse versions of paintings in the Ferens collection. Become part of your favourite portrait or place yourself into a famous painting. Either way, give a much-loved artwork your own unique twist.

The event is suitable for those aged 11 and above and you can book tickets here.

Hull FC vs Hull KR

MKM Stadium, HU3 6HU, 7 April 2023, 12:30pm

The Hull derby is taking place this April! Taking place at the MKM Stadium, Hull FC host local rivals Hull KR on Good Friday for derby day.

After the seasons kicked off earlier this year, Hull KR are currently sitting in 4th place in the super league table, whilst Hull FC find themselves in 10th place.

An Evening with Professor Joann Fletcher ‘Women and Ancient Egypt

Ferens Art Gallery, HU1 3RA, 29 April 2023, 6:30pm

With a wealth of evidence for the lives of women in ancient Egypt, this talk will look at women in ancient Egypt and their pioneering modern counterparts who created so much of modern Egyptology.

The evening includes Professor Joann’s talk, a complimentary drink on arrival accompanied by live piano music from Rob Law and exclusive access to the British Museum Touring Exhibitions currently on show at Ferens Art Gallery.

Head to our What’s On page to find out what’s happening in Hull this month.

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