A new exhibition, created by a group of young people with additional needs and/or disabilities in Hull and inspired by their experience of using public transport, will open at the … More
Hull Museums’ ever popular Victorian Christmas will return this week, and for the first time will open over a full weekend.
Visitors will be invited to enjoy the traditional event … More
Hull’s stunning Christmas lights will be switched on by Hull-born football legend and Former England Women’s Football Captain Dr Carol Thomas, alongside the Lord Mayor, Cllr Kalvin Neal next week.… More
Hull will once again remember the millions of people who lost their lives in the First World War, and subsequent conflicts, on the 105th anniversary of the 1918 armistice.
At … More
Anyone interested in music in Hull is invited to a day of inspiration and discussion themed around collaboration. Featuring live performances of new compositions, discussions and presentations, ‘Out of the … More
Young people aged between 11 and 19 years old can get involved in a mix of creative performances, discussions, workshops and exhibitions issues during this year’s Creative Voice Youth Festival.… More
Hull’s Hands on History Museum is now offering a chance for Hull school pupils to experience Ancient Egypt. This follows a re-display of original artefacts and historically significant replicas of … More
With the festive season fast approaching, Trinity Market is set to gift a free exciting and magical event to the people of Hull.
Working together with the council, Hull company … More
One of Europe’s largest travelling fairs will return to Hull this week for its 729th year.
Opening this Friday 6 October, and taking over 16 acres of Walton Street … More
Current champions are going head-to-head with first-time finalists in the battle to be crowned the “best of the best” at this year’s Remarkable East Yorkshire Tourism Awards.
The much-anticipated shortlist … More
Albert Avenue Pools and Fitness, including a new outdoor lido and splash pad, fitness gym and class studio, will open to the public tomorrow.
Following extensive investment and indoor transformation, … More
The Lord Mayor of Kingston upon Hull is to hold a charity music quiz next month.
Councillor Kalvin Neal extends an invite to all to attend the Guildhall on Tuesday … More
Hull’s rich history will be examined via a new collection of Hull Libraries’ hidden reference collections.
The Stacks 2. Intermittence is the latest look at publications stored for over a … More
Dedicated volunteers across the Humber region will be recognised at the Time2Volunteer Awards this autumn.
The awards, run by Hull-based HEY Smile Foundation, is a special event acknowledging and celebrating … More
Residents and visitors to Hull can get involved in a massive art project, to document the public works of art across the city.
As part of an audit of the … More
Hull City Council is delighted to support big screen showings at the Humber Street Sesh of both the Challenge Cup Final and the England Lionesses at the Women’s World Cup.… More
Hull’s very own multi-award-winning music festival, Humber Street Sesh 2023, takes place this weekend featuring local acts and upcoming national talent.
Here’s everything you need to know ahead of the … More
A new sculpture is honouring Hull’s important silversmithing industry.
‘A Charm Bracelet for Hull’ will be at Hepworth’s Arcade until Saturday 12 August.
It’s been created by sculptor and printmaker … More
The Festival of Archaeology returns to Hull for 2023 later this week, including the ‘Back to Life Festival’ at Hull Minster and Trinity Square.
On Saturday 29 July, 10am-3pm, Hull … More
Absolutely Cultured’s autumn programme will offer a diverse look at our region, its people, heritage and the environment.
Humber Street Gallery’s exhibition programme begins with PERCHES AND FLYWAYS by Creative … More
The Festival of Archaeology returns later this week, with Hull’s Tudor History being celebrated.
On Saturday 29 and Sunday 30 July, 10am-3pm, ‘Telling Tales of Tudor Hull’ will be held … More
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