With half-term coming to an end, here’s a list of weekend offerings that are bound to keep adults and children alike entertained.
Immerse yourself in the world of fairy tales with The Twisted Tale of Hansel and Gretel, or reminisce the nineties with the incredible duo that is the Lighthouse Family.
Here are 5 things to do in Hull this weekend.
1. The Twisted Tale of Hansel and Gretel
Hull Truck Theatre
Friday 21 February, 4pm; Saturday 22 February, 11am and 1pm
A flustered storyteller is joined by a mischievous mockingbird as he follows Hansel and Gretel deep into the forest. Includes live music, hilarious performance and a mesmerising design ensures that this play will entertain and amuse the entire family. Get tickets here.
We still have great availability for the morning show of The Twisted Tale of Hansel & Gretel on Saturday at 11am. A fantastic family show, perfect for rounding off Half-Term: https://t.co/AGsV3IjDHF pic.twitter.com/3Owk9taHQg
— Hull Truck Theatre (@HullTruck) February 16, 2020
2. Lighthouse Family
Saturday 22 February
Nineties favourites Lighthouse Family bring their greatest hits such as Lifted, plus songs from their latest album, to Hull this weekend. Get yourself some last minute tickets here.
🎙️ One of the largest British bands of the 90s – Lighthouse Family – will visit #Hull this year as part of a major UK tour.
The band, known for the huge track ‘Lifted’, will visit the Bonus Arena on Saturday, 22 February.
— Bonus Arena, Hull (@bonusarenahull) January 28, 2020
3. Superslam Wrestling
Hull City Hall
Sunday 23 February, 4pm
Get ringside seats for this all-star, action-packed family event for all ages. Grab some last minute tickets here and don’t miss out on what promises to be an action packed afternoon.
SUPERSLAM WRESTLING is here! Don’t miss this brand new exciting action-packed family event. The kids are sure to get excited watching the world famous superstars in action. Get your ringside seats today.
At Hull City Hall on 23 Febhttps://t.co/NLJKyQdzGs@CityHallHull pic.twitter.com/lbaVzLPox0
— Visit Hull & East Yorkshire (@VHEY_UK) February 17, 2020
4. Teddy Bears’ Picnic
Saturday 22 February, 1.30pm
For the second year running, the Hull Minster Teddy Bears’ Picnic returns! This year there will be more games, trails and activities for the whole family to enjoy. Bring along your teddy(s) and enjoy this free event. Find out more here.
Less than 7 days until the Teddy Bears’ Picnic! We can’t wait to welcome everyone. To guarantee your child the FREE picnic, please make sure you have booked your ticket below. https://t.co/k0s1LGg87p?#myhullminster #freeevent #hullevent
— Hull Minster (@HullMinster) February 17, 2020
5. A Musical Journey Around the World
Ferens Art Gallery
Friday 21 February, 11am
Free – £10
Be spirited away by violinist Fenella Humphreys, winner of BBC Music Magazine’s Instrumental Award, and acclaimed pianist Nicola Eimer, in a musical journey around the world, including Albeniz, Schubert and Fauré. Ticketed event – free for under 18s and carers. Get tickets here.
Informal Friday morning concert @HullFerens at which babies and toddlers are very welcome. Performing this time are @fhvln & @nickypiano: https://t.co/TECSIKCZxS @HullChamberMus#hull #hullmusic pic.twitter.com/0IOrB092JV
— Alternative Classical (@alterclassical) January 28, 2020