Leisure & Culture
Hull’s Guildhall carillon bells and Barnard Cook clock have fallen silent to make way for major repairs to one of the last remaining Time Balls in the UK.
The historic … More
The Truelove flag, dating back to 1873, is to be conserved as part of the Hull Maritime project.
The 147 year-old flag hung from the north wall of the old … More
Preparatory work to one of the UK’s last remaining Time Balls is now underway.
Thanks to funding from the National Lottery Heritage Fund and Hull City Council, a fully working … More
Submissions are now being accepted for Ferens Art Galley’s annual showcase, the Open Exhibition.
This year’s Open, the 54th, is set to launch at the Ferens Art Gallery … More
A four-week online programme, from Hull Libraries, launches next week celebrating female writers.
Leading up to International Women’s Day on Monday 8 March, Unfinished Business: The Fight for Women’s Rights… More
Families are invited to join Hull Libraries and their special guests in a range of activities to enjoy from the comfort of home this half term.
Learn new skills and … More
Hundreds of talented young artists will be showcased this weekend at the Ferens Junior Open.
The annual Junior Open, taking place online for the first time, launches on Friday 12 … More
Hull Museums and the Ferens Art Gallery have teamed up with a local artist to create a free family activity booklet packed with fun and exciting crafts and activities to … More
Young wizards, witches and muggles all invited to a magical Harry Potter Night tomorrow (Thursday 4 February).
The Hull Libraries team has been working hard to bring the magic of … More
Preparatory work will get underway next week on the eagerly awaited £4.3m Queens Gardens refurbishment.
The £4.3m Queens Gardens refurbishment will improve accessibility and visitor flows, deliver structural repairs through … More
To celebrate National Storytelling Week, Hull Libraries and Hull City Council are sharing some of the special memories people have of Whitefriargate in a series of oral history interviews.
The … More
Hull Truck Theatre will help to keep students engaged next month with a new city-wide, month-long learning programme for schools and educators to use as part of their lesson planning.… More
Plans to improve the playing fields and build new changing facilities at Bude Park have moved a step closer.
The proposed scheme at Bude Park could include both playing field … More
The shortlist for the 14th James Reckitt Hull Children’s Book Award has been announced.
This year’s shortlist features ten varied titles, from fantasy to realism, featuring books that respond to … More
One of the world’s biggest metal bands will perform in Hull this year as part of their UK tour.
The multi-award nominated Bring Me The Horizon will perform at the … More
Once the largest dock of its kind in the country, sections of the original dock edge walls of Queens Dock are set to be unearthed for the first time in … More
The Ferens Junior Open exhibition, an annual highlight of the Ferens calendar, will take place, not once, but twice this year.
The exhibition, which traditionally takes place towards the end … More
When Hull’s 12 library branches were forced to close in March as part of the national lockdown, Hull Libraries remained open online and saw a surge in requests for digital … More
There’s still time to secure your tickets at special promotional prices for the Rugby League Word Cup 2021 as the competition celebrates a record-breaking year of hugely encouraging sales and … More
Two reports will be discussed at Finance Scrutiny this week.
The reports are requesting additional funding to support two ongoing projects of significant buildings on Beverley Road.
Additional essential works … More
2020’s Christmas may not be like any other, but communities around Hull have been coming together to ensure memories will still be made this festive season.
Schools, businesses, volunteers and … More
The £4.3m Queens Gardens refurbishment is set to feature a number of permanent art installations that will celebrate and bring to life Hull’s rich maritime past.
The installations, from internationally-renowned … More
The £4.3m Queens Gardens refurbishment has moved a step closer with Hull City Council submitting a planning application for the transformational city centre project.
Plans for the regeneration of the … More
Hull Truck Theatre’s Christmas performance will be free to watch for residents across Hull and East Yorkshire this year thanks to a partnership with Hull City Council and East Riding … More
The 2021 Freedom Festival will present two internationally renowned performances prior to its annual September festival, with an uplifting spring programme starting in March.
The festival will bring the UK … More
Christmas wouldn’t be Christmas in Hull without the Middle Child panto, and in 2020 the popular festive show is getting an animated makeover.
The show will be free to watch … More
The festive season is upon us, and this weekend Ferens Art Gallery is hosting a free online festive family workshop in partnership with the Herd Theatre.
Families can sing songs … More
A painting and conservation company will conserve a number of paintings from the collection at the Hull Maritime Museum as part of the Hull Maritime project.
A decision record confirms … More
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