Leisure & Culture
Pride In Hull, one of the city’s biggest annual events, is marked on plenty of calendars across the city this weekend, while the city … More
Four schools from Beijing were in Hull today to perform a traditional Chinese opera.
The schools, all from the Fengtai District in Beijing, have … More
Find a way to keep cool this summer by making a splash at one of Hull’s free paddling pools.
From Saturday 20 July, the … More
We are encouraging you to stretch your weekend into Tuesday and even Wednesday this week, to make sure you don’t miss out on anything. … More
Hull Minster is to host a must-see exhibition of Michelangelo’s Sistine Chapel masterpiece.
For the first time, the famous work adorning the ceiling of … More
A free music festival featuring some of the UK’s most exciting music creators returns to Hull this weekend.
PRS Foundation’s New Music Biennial, which … More
A winner has been chosen in an international flood risk design competition run by Hull City Council.
The prestigious RIBA (Royal Institute of British … More
Summer has touched down, but will it last? If the weathermen can’t get it right, we don’t stand much of a chance.
However, think … More
Councillors are being asked to consider plans to refurbish and improve Queens Gardens in one single approach.
£1m has already been allocated by Hull … More
Hundreds of children were transported into a world of stories and imagination at the Big Malarkey Festival at the weekend.
Hull’s third annual children’s … More
An Italian family are celebrating 50 years serving ice cream in Pearson Park this weekend.
The Penna family started selling ice cream in the … More
A new exhibition to preserves and publicises the heritage of the River Hull, its bridges and vessels is to open at Hull Maritime Museum … More
The sun plans to shine this weekend, we are told, so ditch the umbrellas and dig out the wide-brimmed hat for a few days … More
Hull band Bud Sugar will return to the Bonus Arena in Hull on Saturday 14 September.
The band were among the very first to … More
A choir in Hull is on a mission to make singing and music more inclusive.
Hull Visual Voices has 16 members, all of whom … More
One of the first artworks gifted to Hull by Thomas Ferens has won a prestigious award that will allow it to be preserved and … More
Hull’s Paul Jubb is tennis’s new star.
The 19 year old, who grew up in a council house in Hull, will play in the … More
Not only does today mark the start of summer with the longest day of the year, it is also the start of National Picnic … More
Cabinet is being asked to approve the allocation of £4m of funding to carry out improvements to Queens Gardens.
The improvements would see the … More
A new photographic exhibition is to provide a glimpse at how people of Hull have spent their leisure time over the years.
The exhibition, … More
An exhibition to celebrate gypsy, Roma and traveller culture will open at Hull’s Streetlife Museum this month.
The exhibition, from Thursday 13 June to … More
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