Hull Street Food Nights
Hull Street Food Nights are back for 2024!

What’s on in Hull – June 2024

There’s something for everybody in Hull this June! Find out what’s on and get involved.

Hull Street Food Night Returns

Zebedee’s Yard, Thursday 20 May, 4pm – 9pm

Hull’s popular Street Food Nights are returning this June. Held in Zebedee’s Yard, this open-air event offers food and drinks from around the world, and provides the best vibes in town. Get together with friends and family after work and enjoy a relaxing evening with mouth-watering options from noodles to waffles to bao buns and more. The hardest part will be deciding what to try first!

Hull Street Food Nights has dishes for all tastes, budgets and diets. Picture: HullBID
There’s something for everyone at Hull Street Food Nights. Picture: HullBID

Jane Tomlinson’s Run For All Hull 10k

City Centre, Sunday 9 June, 9:30am

The Run For All Hull 10k takes place this month. Taking in many of the city’s iconic landmarks, including Hull Marina, Hull Minster and the city centre, runners of all abilities can experience a fun and varied route. If you don’t fancy taking part, why not pop down to show your support? The day always provides a great atmosphere. Make sure to keep an ear out for entertainment by Pride in Hull and the Beverley & District Pipe Band!

Big Malarkey Festival

East Park, Saturday 22 – Sunday 23 June 2024, 10am – 5pm

Delighting children and families for its seventh year, the Big Malarkey Children’s Literary Festival is returning to East Park. This year’s theme is ‘A World of Adventures’, and the line-up of writers, poets, cartoonists, illustrators, musicians and performers are certain to wow and entertain. This family friendly event is suitable for children aged 0-16. Tickets go on sale from Saturday 1st June so don’t miss out.

Children outside the big top at the Big Malarkey Festival. Picture: Jerome Whittingham @PhotoMoments
Children sat outside the big top at the Big Malarkey Festival. Picture: Jerome Whittingham @PhotoMoments

Good Things Market

Queen Street, Fruit Market, Sunday 2 June, 10:30am – 4pm

‘Proper nice people, selling proper nice things, to proper nice people’ – Stef, Plants in Glass. Don’t miss out a trip to the Good Things Market. Hosted 4 times a year, the Good Things Market is a hub of the best independent makers, creators, artists, bakers and more from across East Yorkshire, the North and further. Organised by Alice and Joe of Humber Street’s Form Shop & Studio, and Lara of Plant and Paint, this is a market with Hull spirit running through it!

Everybody’s Talking About Jamie

Hull New Theatre, Monday 17 – Saturday 22 June 2024

Following a record-breaking three-year West End residency, sold-out UK & Ireland Tour and Amazon studios award-winning film, the smash-hit and critically acclaimed musical Everybody’s Talking About Jamie RETURNS to Hull New Theatre starring Strictly Come Dancing and Grimsby’s own Kevin Clifton and The X Factor’s Sam Bailey. Book your tickets now.

Hull’s Milk Trail

City Centre, Ongoing

The Milk Trail shines a light on nine venues where anyone breastfeeding their baby can find a comfortable spot and a supportive atmosphere.

A specially created map guides visitors to the nine locations – and also includes a quiz about breastfeeding. Every venue on the Milk Trail has an answer to one of the quiz questions hidden inside it. Participants can record the answers on the maps and trade completed sheets for a Milk Trail sticker.

The family-friendly trail is a great way to explore the city centre and free to take part in – as are almost all the participating venues. Maps can be picked up from any Family Hub, the Tourist Information stand in Paragon Interchange Station, libraries, museums, customer service centres, or any participating venues.

a colourful map of the trail. There is a logo in the bottom right in purple and pink, which says Hull Milk Trail and has a cartoon image of a person breastfeeding
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Proposed cycle scheme for Preston Road