With 2020 well and truly up and running, here’s five fantastic events happening in Hull this week.
Hull City Centre
Thursday 30 January until Saturday 1 February 5pm until 9pm each evening
Navigate will consist of 4 installations in the city centre 👇
🟡 – Meridian (City Hall)
🟣 – Zenith (Queen Victoria Square)
🔴- Oracle (Prince’s Dock)
🟢 – Pendopo (Trinity Square)
— Hull CC News (@Hullccnews) January 29, 2020
Hull city centre will be lit up this weekend with a spectacular three-day event celebrating the city’s rich maritime heritage.
2. Circus of Horrors – 25th Anniversary Tour
Friday 31 January 7.30pm
🎪 The new Circus of Horrors show will be an immersive celebration of its astounding 25 years, don’t miss it when they head to #Hull in January.
BOOK NOW –> https://t.co/jOPK5bDcTP
It will include an amazing amalgamation of acts, driven by a rock n roll soundscape. pic.twitter.com/30sfx4x2RJ
— Bonus Arena, Hull (@bonusarenahull) December 21, 2019
Join the new Circus of Horrors for a celebration of its astounding 25 years. Get tickets here.
Saturday 1 February 5.30pm until 10.30pm
almost time to blow of those cobwebs. Our monthly event is back! — 01/02/20. Vinyl DJs beer, spirits & coffee on offer. Along with food from @we_are_marlas and the rest of the arcade. #hull #twogimgerscoffee pic.twitter.com/jVk9z0TlR5
— Two Gingers Coffee (@TwoGingers_) January 21, 2020
Love is in the air for the first After:Hours of 2020 with the picturesque arcade hosting a Valentine’s special. New eatery The Hispanist will be cooking up treats alongside arcade veterans Marla’s.
4. The Sound of Springsteen
Hull Truck Theatre
Friday 31 January 7.30pm
The Sound of Springsteen take to the stage @HullTruck, January 31st.
The hits of “The Boss”, are brought to life, by this 8 piece tribute with passion, performing songs like, Born In The USA, Glory Days and Streets of Philadelphia .
— Visit Hull & East Yorkshire (@VHEY_UK) January 27, 2020
An eight-piece tribute will honour ‘The Boss’ with hits such as Born In The USA, Glory Days, Streets of Philadelphia and many more. Get tickets here.
5. The Moustrap
Hull New Theatre
Monday 27 January until Friday 31 January 7.30pm each night (2.30pm matinee performance on Thursday)
— Hull New Theatre (@NewTheatreHull) January 27, 2020
Agatha Christie’s The Mousetrap returns to Hull this week. A group of people gather in a country house cut off by the snow and discover, to their horror, that there is a murderer in their midst. But who can it be? Get tickets here.