A fantastic schedule of shows is coming to the Hull New Theatre.
Hull New Theatre in Kingston Square.

16 shows coming to Hull theatres this month

Looking for a bit of culture? Or do you just want an excuse to bring your best outfit out of mothballs?

Either way, the city’s theatres will host internationally recognised singer-songwriters, marvellous musicals, side-splitting stand-up comedy and more over the next four weeks.

Here are 16 shows coming to theatres in Hull in the next month.

1. The Full Monty
Hull New Theatre
8 April to 13 April
Tickets from £10

The Full Monty is coming to Hull New Theatre.

The Full Monty is coming to Hull New Theatre.

Featuring Gary Lucy – who has made the part of Gaz his own – with an all-star cast of Andrew Dunn, Louis Emerick, Joe Gill, Kai Owen and James Redmond and songs by Donna Summer, Hot Chocolate and Tom Jones.

2. Mary Coughlan
Hull City Hall Mortimer Suite
10 April
Tickets from £17.50

Mary Coughlan has been described as "Ireland’s Billie Holiday".

Mary Coughlan has been described as “Ireland’s Billie Holiday”.

Mary Coughlan is one of Ireland’s greatest female jazz and blues singers. A true artist who has carved out a highly regarded career and a legion of devoted fans worldwide. Read more here.

3. LOL Comedy Club
Hull City Hall Mortimer Suite
12 April
Tickets from £16

A laugh-out-loud show from the people who booked Jason Manford, John Bishop and Sarah Millican before they hit the big time. April’s LOL Comedy Club line-up is still to be decided.

4. The Sensational 60s Experience
Hull City Hall
13 April
Tickets from £27

The biggest and best 1960s show touring the UK returns to the City Hall Hull for one night only, with a brand new production for 2019. Read more here.

5. Club Tropicana The Musical
Hull New Theatre
15 April to 20 April
Tickets from £18

Club Tropicana is brought to Hull by the team that produced the UK tour of Hairspray.

With a star cast is led by Joe McElderry, take a trip back to the electric 1980s and embark on a summer of love and smash-hit classics.  Read more here.

6. Aodre Delano
Hull City Hall
17 April
Tickets from £26

Adore Delano returns to Hull with her first ever one-woman show. She reveals behind the scenes of life on the road, American Idol and Drag Race, plus intimate performances of her favourite songs.

7. Royal Philharmonic Orchestra
Hull City Hall
18 April
Tickets from £18

Enjoy Handel’s choral masterpiece within the grand and majestic Hull City Hall, sung by four superb soloists and massed choir.

8. Zog
Hull City Hall
23 April to 24 April
Tickets from £14

Zog will come to life in April.

Zog will come to life in April.

Julia Donaldson and Axel Scheffler’s much-loved Zog comes to life in this magical adaptation with sumptuous folk score featuring live musicians.

9. Matthew Bourne’s Swan Lake
Hull New Theatre
23 April to 27 April
Tickets from £17.50

Thrilling, audacious, witty and emotive, this Swan Lake is perhaps still best known for replacing the female corps-de-ballet with a menacing male ensemble, which shattered conventions, turned tradition upside down and took the dance world by storm.

10. Lou Sanders – Shame Pig
Hull City Hall Mortimer Suite
26 April
Tickets from £12

After sell-out, critically acclaimed runs at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival and London, with both runs extended to meet high demand, comedian Lou Sanders is back with a national tour.

11. The Illegal Eagles
Hull City Hall
27 April
Tickets from £24

The world’s official number one Eagles tribute return in 2019 for more stunning vocals, tight harmonies and awesome guitar riffs.

12. Interviews with a Serial Killer
Hull City Hall
29 April
Tickets from £19

Interviews with a Serial Killer is coming to Hull.

Interviews with a Serial Killer is coming to Hull.

Former detective Paul Harrison shares his experiences of interviewing more than 70 of the world’s most notorious killers and mass murderers.

13. Lunchtime Organ Showcase
Hull City Hall
1 May
Tickets from £4.50

A slice of culture over lunchtime when Colin Walsh, of Lincoln Cathedral, plays the historic Hull City Hall organ as part of our regular monthly showcases.

14. Tom Gates Live On Stage
Hull New Theatre
1 May to 5 May
Tickets from £15.50

Based on the best-selling books by Liz Pichon, this brand new story of Tom Gates is brought to you by the award-winning team behind Horrible Histories and Gangsta Granny – and for the first time ever, it is live on stage.

15. Quadrophenia The Album Live
Hull City Hall
2 May
Tickets from £23

The Goldhawks' show Quadrophenia Live.

The Goldhawks’ show Quadrophenia Live.

Eight-piece band The Goldhawks deliver a stunning live performance of The Who’s smash hit concept album, Quadrophenia.

16. The Guilty Feminist: Live
Hull City Hall
3 May
Tickets from £15

The Guilty Feminist podcast has become a comedy phenomenon with more than 50 million downloads since it launched in late 2015. Comedian Deborah Frances-White and her guests explore the noble goals of 21st century feminists.

Get tickets for all these performances from the Hull City Hall Box Office, by calling 01482 300 306 or book online here.

The Atom Beers bar in Hull. Picture: Atom Beers
A computer-generated image of a new nine-storey hotel, with sky bar and roof terrace to the rear, and relocated Earl De Grey and refurbished Castle Street Chambers buildings alongside.