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Hull is ready for Eurovision 2023 as it arrives in the UK for the first time in 25 years.
Fans not lucky enough to get tickets for the coveted live … More
Dance groups from across Hull will take to the stage at Hull New Theatre this Sunday (26 February).
Hull City Council’s Youth Arts Initiative Creative Voice and Hull Dance will … 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
The popular TV show Peaky Blinders is being adapted for the stage and will be coming to Hull New Theatre next year.
Peaky Blinders: The Redemption of Thomas Shelby has … More
Discover the next generation of dancers and choreographers as Creative Voice and Hull Dance take over Hull New Theatre this weekend.
On Sunday 23 January, the show will include newly … 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
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
With the festive season fast approaching, you may have spotted the city centre’s Christmas decoration displays starting to appear ahead of November’s big switch-on.
And this year, Kingston Square next … 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
This weekend’s offerings in Hull include a free festival and a free look at some of the city’s most important heritage sites, plus some theatre, art and music for good … More
Cameron Mackintosh’s acclaimed production of Alain Boublil and Claude-Michel Schönberg’s musical Les Misérables is coming to Hull New Theatre next year.
Since Cameron Mackintosh first conceived this new production of … More
A theatre production, created specifically for children with profound and multiple learning disabilities (PMLD), will take audiences to outer space at Hull New Theatre this weekend.
To the Moon and … More
Dance groups from across Hull will take to the stage at Hull New Theatre this Sunday, for the first time.
Hull City Council’s Youth Arts Initiative Creative Voice will give … More
With 2020 well and truly up and running, here’s five fantastic events happening in Hull this week.
Hull City Centre
Thursday 30 January until Saturday 1 February 5pm … More
One of the area’s favourite musical sons returns this weekend for an epic performance of favourites by a legendary rock star.
Hull will also host a worldwide musical smash hit, … More
Young dancers from the Hull area will display their talent when Creative Voice Dance takes over Hull New Theatre.
The event will showcase a new piece by Hull Dance Youth … More
The Christmas decorations are up in the loft once more, new year’s resolutions are long-forgotten and social calendars are emptier than Santa’s sleigh.
Yet January is no reason to feel … More
Panto is back in Hull … oh, yes it is! Well, that’s enough of that.
It’s time to dust off the dames because this year’s musical, farcical offerings include the … More
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