The Herd Theatre, a Hull-based arts company that specialises in bringing children, young people and families together in playful spaces, is opening a new installation, made entirely out of recycled … 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
Well, that’s almost it for 2022. Another year with plenty to look back on. We’ve picked out five Hull highlights from the past 12 months –
Humber Street Sesh returns… 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
October is Black History Month and Hull is marking the occasion with a variety of public events across the city. Black History Month is a celebration and commemoration of the … More
Award-winning Hull theatre company Middle Child are celebrating their 10th panto anniversary this Christmas with a return to their spiritual home on Humber Street.
Middle Child’s Rapunz’ull, a take on … More
Freedom Festival returns this weekend with an extended 16-day programme.
The Festival, back for its 14th year, will take place in galleries, museums, theatres, empty shops and public spaces across … More
Eighteen months after their last live performance, Middle Child will return to the stage this month with a brand-new cabaret, performed outdoors in Queens Gardens.
we used to be closer … More
Street theatre, performances and live music will take place in Hull next week as part of an exciting programme celebrating the city’s rich history.
Giant birds, mermaids, brass bands, Victorian … More
A three-day event will take place in Hull this summer celebrating the city’s creativity and culture.
Creative Hull, from Absolutely Cultured, will see installations and performances taking place all over … More
Hull Truck Theatre will help to keep students engaged next month with a new city-wide, month-long learning programme for schools and educators to use as part of their lesson planning.… More
Hull Truck Theatre’s Christmas performance will be free to watch for residents across Hull and East Yorkshire this year thanks to a partnership with Hull City Council and East Riding … More
Christmas wouldn’t be Christmas in Hull without the Middle Child panto, and in 2020 the popular festive show is getting an animated makeover.
The show will be free to watch … More
People working in the creative industries in Hull are being handed a “lifeline” as £1.6 million in grant support is handed out in the city.
Businesses in the creative industries … More
Head into Hull city centre this weekend for a fantastic immersive installation and pop in to see one of the region’s biggest regular art exhibitions.
One of Hull’s most popular … More
Some big names from the worlds of music, comedy and art are coming to Hull this weekend. So what’s new?
Here are 5 things to do in Hull this weekend.… 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
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
A free music festival featuring some of the UK’s most exciting music creators returns to Hull this weekend.
PRS Foundation’s New Music Biennial, which takes place across two weekends in … More
Hull’s award-winning Freedom Festival is returning for its 12th year with an extended arts programme spanning five days.
The celebration of art, community and humanity will once again converge on … More
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