An interactive shark senses workshop will take place at The Deep. Picture: David Clode
An interactive shark senses workshop will take place at The Deep. Picture: David Clode

5 things to do this Bank Holiday weekend

It’s the Bank Holiday weekend once again, the sun is shining and the city’s calendars are filling with fantastic events.

In the next few days, you can to learn about nature’s most efficient predators, listen to music by a mutant monster or book tickets for an event without knowing what you will see. Dive in …

Back To Ours Present: Secret Gig Performance
William Gemmell Club
Friday 24 May 7.30pm

Pay your money, take your chance – it could be music, comedy, acrobats, a hypnotist, or a little bit of everything. Get tickets for another night of unpredictable Back to Ours fun as the curtain opens on two more Secret Gigs in different clubs, on the same night. Get more details here.

Sens-ational Sharks
The Deep
Saturday 25 May to Sunday 2 June

The Deep in Hull.

The Deep in Hull.

Dive in and learn more about super shark senses in the aquarium’s Endless Oceans Gallery at 11am, 1pm and 3pm for an interactive shark senses work shop and discover the amazing senses that sharks have used to survive for more than 450 million years – and try your hand at hunting for prey just like a shark. Get more details here.

The Hired Man Theatre
Hull Truck Theatre
7.30pm, 2pm

Cumbria, 1898. Whippet racing, hiring fairs, hunting and drunken antics collide, in this passionate story of John and Emily, a young married couple, and their moving struggle to carve a living from the land. Based on the novel by Melvyn Bragg, this epic tale of love, betrayal and loyalty is set against a backdrop of English country traditions, with a score by Howard Goodall, the award-winning composer of Bend It Like Beckham. Get more details here.

Hull Central Library
Until Saturday 29 June

Sixteen explores the dreams, hopes and fears of today’s 16-year-olds.

The library has a diverse programme of events and exhibitions throughout the year and on Saturday, its latest exhibition opened. The raw photography exhibition looks at the world through the eyes of today’s 16-year-olds and shares their hopes and fears. Get more details here.

Mutant Monster
The Adelphi
Sunday 26 May 8pm

Japan’s high-kicking punks Mutant Monster are back in the city. Formed in 2008 by sisters Be and Meana during their first year of high school, and later joined by drummer Chad in 2012, the band found inspiration from the punk rock sounds of The Clash, Sex Pistols and The Ramones. Get more details here.

This man is suspected of fly-tipping in Morpeth Street, Hull.