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The coronations of Their Majesties The King and The Queen Consort will be shown on two big screens in Hull, thanks to funding from the government.
The screens will be … More
Classic rock anthems, a Harry Potter celebration, and some nuclear-energy comedy! Here’s our picks of what’s on in Hull this February.More
As another year ends, it’s time to look ahead and see what Hull has in store for the new year. Here’s a selection of things in Hull to look forward … More
Dance enthusiasts can now find out more about the amazing dance performances, events and opportunities happening across the city in just one place as a new online platform has launched … More
A Wonderwall of sound will be delivered when Hull City Hall pumps up the jam with 90s Live next year.
This spectacular tribute show celebrates the very best music of … More
Funnyman Tom Allen has announced he’ll be serving up an “extra slice” of comedy next year as he adds a second helping to his date at Hull City Hall.
Due … More
Some of Hull’s biggest and most prestigious venues have met for the first time in almost 18 months to promote the area as a City of Music.
The Hull City … More
Hull’s best-loved buildings will be lit up in green in support of national healthcare and first aid charity St John Ambulance on Thursday for St John’s Day.
‘Light It Green’ … More
The government has announced that, on Thursday 5 November, England will enter lockdown in a bid to control the spread of coronavirus and to protect the NHS.
This means additional … More
Hull New Theatre and Hull City Hall has been awarded £1.6 million as part of the Government’s £1.57 billion Culture Recovery Fund to help face the challenges of the coronavirus.… More
Despite the pouring rain, Hull city centre saw an incredible turnout for the Christmas lights switch-on.
Thousands turned out for the moment that signalled the start of Christmas in the … More
The weekend starts tonight with art, comedy, a visit by Father Christmas and a chance to watch a bunch of muscular athletes beat seven bells out of each other among … More
Millions who lost their lives in the First World War and subsequent conflicts will be remembered in Hull this weekend.
The city is also hosting a famous portrait of one … More
Hull Culture and Leisure (HCAL) has issued an update on the closure of leisure facilities in the city.
HCAL, which manages leisure facilities owned by Hull City Council, has closed … More
Critically acclaimed stage show Whitney – Queen of the Night will return to Hull next year following a successful performance this month.
The celebration of the music and life of … More
You are spoiled for comedy in Hull this weekend with a one-man show and a collection of funny folk coming to two venues in the city.
We will also be … More
Hull City Council and Hull Culture and Leisure have decided to close both Hull City Hall and Hull New Theatre for three months, they have said in a statement.
“In … More
Two events at Hull City Hall have been postponed due to challenges related to coronavirus.
Milton: Impossible, a show from British comedian Milton Jones, was due to go ahead on … More
Comedy comes to one of the city’s coolest spots for the first time tonight – Trinity Market has already proved it is the perfect spot for music and it will … More
More than 1,000 Hull children are feeling over the moon after taking part in this year’s fREADom Quest to read six books over the summer holidays.
That’s because the 1,200 … More
A pattie butty at Bob Carver’s, a chat with a palm-reader, a stroll down Walton Street to munch on brandy snap and candy floss, or a ride on not one … More
A ‘spectacular’ concert featuring some of the most recognisable theme songs in cinematic history is coming to Hull.
The James Bond Concert Spectacular will be performed at Hull City Hall … More
Some of Hull’s most popular and prestigious venues have joined forces to celebrate the area as a City of Music.
Key partners have come together to promote and acknowledge the … More
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