Hull street food nights, roaring dinosaurs, and return of The Big Malarkey Festival. Read some of our top picks of what’s on in Hull this month.
Zebedee’s Yard, HU1 2JN, Various Dates, 4pm
HullBid’s street food nights are back this summer! Serving a wide range of food and drink from all over the world, enjoy the relaxing, open-air setting with family friends each month.
The event takes place in Zebedee’s Yard once a month throughout the summer period. You can find the event dates below:
- Thursday 1 June
- Thursday 29 June
- Thursday 27 July
- Thursday 28 September
East Park, HU8 8JU, 24 – 25 June 2023, 10am – 5pm
The Big Malarkey Festival returns to East Park with a sixth helping of family fun to celebrate children’s books and stories.
This year’s festival theme is ‘A Kind of Magic’. Books and stories contain a kind of magic – the power to take you away to another place, to introduce you to extraordinary people, or things beyond your own imagination.
Tickets are required for entry into the festival, you can book now on the festival website.
Hull City Hall, HU1 3RQ, 22 June 2023, 7:30pm
The legendary Jools Holland visits Hull with his Rhythm & Blues Orchestra this month.
The show will feature special guests Pauline Black and Arthur ‘Gaps’ Hendrickson from The Selecter and guest vocalists Ruby Turner, Louise Marshall & Sumudu Jayatilaka.
Ferens Art Gallery, HU1 3RA, 11 June 2023, 2pm
This talk examines how three famous writersengaged with Ancient Egypt through their fictions, against the wider backdrop of Victorian and early twentieth-century exploration and excavation.
Conan Doyle and Bram Stoker are better known for other fictional creations, but they were also fascinated by Ancient Egypt.
Led by Dr Catherine Wynne, this work builds on both her research and teaching at the University of Hull.
Bonus Arena, HU1 2PS, 17-18 June 2023, 11am & 4pm
Featuring the UK’s most realistic dinosaurs, this 90-minute stage show is the most incredible dinosaur show on earth!
Join the team of dino-rangers on the hunt for a missing baby dinosaur at Bonus Arena, Hull.
Along the way, you’ll meet a variety of dinosaur species in our live educational stage show featuring the UK’S ONLY flying Pterodactyl, biggest T-Rex more live on stage and flying right over your heads.
Head to our What’s On page to find out what’s happening in Hull this month.