Rei Gyaamie, Trinity Live
Trinity Live returns to Hull tonight.

5 FREE things to do in Hull this weekend

We are starting this weekend’s events a day early with tonight’s terrific Trinity Live in the Old Town, which will again feature the city’s finest talent plus selected acts from across the country.

Keep it musical with a free folk concert at the Hull Minster or enjoy an art attack at a couple of the city’s fine galleries. And do it all without picking a penny from your pocket.

Here are 5 things to do in Hull this weekend.

1. Trinity Live
Trinity Market
Thursday 5 March

It’s the return of this hugely successful weekly live music event, which last year brought thousands of extra people into the market on Thursday evenings. The event gives a platform to many of the city’s bands and performers.

The event is curated by Sesh Events and funded by Hull City Council. This week’s outing will showcase many of the bands who will be playing at the Humber Street Sesh this year alongside amazing local artists. Learn more here.

2. Maritime at the Minster
Hull Minster
Saturday 7 March noon

A folk concert to promote this year’s Hull Folk and Maritime Festival, which takes place from Friday 26 to Sunday 28 June. Folk in Hull presents Spare Hands, Ellie Pollard, Fiddler’s Elbow, The Smugglers and Hull Folk Collective.

Don’t miss a chance to learn about Hull’s maritime history and heritage through music. Learn more here.

3. 2020 Open – Artist Crit Session
Ferens Art Gallery
Sunday 8 March 1pm

Join both established and emerging artists for an open discussion about their practice. These sessions offer space for friendly peer support and collaborative knowledge exchange, giving artists a platform to discuss, critique and question.

The 2020 Open Crit is open to any and all artists from all backgrounds and practices. Free, though booking is essential here.

4. Drop-In-Tours: Women In Focus
Ferens Art Gallery
Friday 6 March 1pm

This gallery tour will see a celebration of International Women’s Day, which takes place on Sunday 8 March.

Learn more here.

5. Suffering Arcadia – Remote
Brynmor Jones Library, University Of Hull
From Friday 6 March (Wednesday-Monday 10am-5pm, Tuesday 10am-7pm)

Annabel McCourt will place a replica of a drone control station in the gallery for visitors to interact with. This installation plays devil’s advocate, challenging our ideas around power and control.

Are we completely detached from the wider world, more insulated, less connected, fragmented or are we ultimately in charge? Learn more here.

Public realm 2016
Concept sketches have been commissioned to show how the restoration of frontages to properties on Whitefriargate could be delivered.