It’s Easter! And for many of us, that means a long weekend to look forward to.
Here’s a list of five things that might tickle your fancy:
Emma King and Friends Live!
Saturday 20 April
Hull’s singing sensation Emma King is performing in her home town on Saturday night. Emma, who’s style has been influenced by country music after spending a number of years living and signing in Tennessee, will be joined on stage by musician and co-writer Ritch Spence, singer-songwriter Kayleigh Watson and Mike Newsham.
Her show tells the story of how, as a teenager, she made the move to the US, signed a record deal and spent six years writing, recording and touring. Get tickets and more information here.
Easter Treasure Hunt – GPS Hunts
Saturday 20 April
Hull city centre
£30 per team
It is Easter so it’s only fair that a treasure hunt makes the list, but how about a GPS one? In order to join this special treasure hunt you will need a smartphone which will allow you to put your skills to the test against time, terrain and trivia in this thrilling city-based challenge.
Challengers compete against each other in teams, with prizes for the highest scoring team and more prizes for the best team photo and team costumes – maybe you could hop along as an Easter Bunny? Get tickets and more information here.
Hull FC v Hull Rovers
Friday 19 April
£18-£27 for adults, £8-£22 for concessions
There’s the small matter of a rugby match on tomorrow. It’s a derby or something … Hull FC verses Hull KR?
If you fancy going, you can still get tickets. Get them here.
Club Tropicana the Musical
15 April until 20 April
Hull New Theatre
So the weather forecast is looking good this weekend, so much so that you may be tempted to dust off the BBQ and rearrange the patio furniture. But if the heat really gets to your head, why not head down to Club Tropicana?
Staring X-Factor winner Joe McElderry, Club Tropicana the Musical is the 1980’s answer to Love Island. Get tickets and more information here.
Girl, Hull Independent Cinema
Tuesday 23 April
Vue Cinema, Princes Quay
Maybe you just want to put your feet up this weekend, get a few things done around the house, or finally complete some life admin that you’ve been putting on hold for a while? Well, if that’s the case, why not extend the Easter Weekend by an extra day and head to Hull Independent Cinema on Tuesday.
HIC is showing Girl, the feature film-making debut from writer-director Lukas Dhont. Girl is an extraordinarily moving coming-of-age tale about identity. Get tickets and more information here.