This weekend in Hull is all about BBC’s Contains Strong Language festival, with both free and ticketed performances taking place across the city.
We are also heading out to see … More
How many more warm weekends can we expect? Your guess is probably as good as those made by local TV weather presenters.
While the sun may still shine, get out … More
A new exhibition showcasing artwork from prisoners at HMP Hull will launch this month.
Lessons Learnt Behind Bars will offer a rare view into the artistic talents of prisoners, demonstrating … More
Remember that time when you were playing with Lego while wearing your favourite Scouting For Girls t-shirt as Newton Faulkner played on the stereo in the background? No? Er, us … More
A new exhibition exploring the heritage of women in the fishing community opens in Hull at the weekend.
Fisherwomen, by award-winning photographer Craig Easton, opens at the Hull Maritime … More
Your weekly events round-up starts early this week.
With plenty happening in Hull on Thursday, our weekend is now four days long, starting with the excellent Trinity Live, which showcases
An exhibition in Hull will explore the role the city has played in supporting its seafaring community.
For those in Peril on the Sea will look at how, from the … More
Huge crowds gathered at the weekend to see Hull’s famous Arctic Corsair move from its spot on the River Hull for the first time in 20 years.
The relocation of … More
Keeping children entertained can be an expensive business. Here’s a round-up of just a few of the many free activities taking place in every corner of Hull that children of … More
Hull’s Arctic Corsair will move for the first time in 20 years on Sunday.
The country’s last distant water side-winder trawler will leave its spot on the River Hull near … More
It’s been a somewhat warm week, so you may be looking forward to some fun in the fresh air this weekend. Luckily for you, the city is hosting its annual … 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 this month.
The Open Bridges: A … 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 Thursday 27 June, has been set … More
Hull residents are being urged to back a bid for millions of pounds towards Hull’s ambitious £27.4m major maritime project.
Hull City Council is bidding for £13.6m from the National … More
The Easter school holidays are just around the corner in Hull – which means parents and carers of children in the city will be frantically trying to find activities … More
It’s Mother’s Day on Sunday – and we are betting that you haven’t got good old mum a gift yet. Worry not, here are some Hull-themed gift ideas that … More
1. Portrait of Sir Thomas More
Ferens Art Gallery
Until Sunday 23 June
A masterpiece from the Royal Collection opens at Ferens Art Gallery on Saturday. The portrait of … More
A masterpiece from the Royal Collection arrives at Ferens Art Gallery next week.
The portrait of Sir Thomas More, c.1526-7, by Hans Holbein the Younger will be displayed at the … More
Hull and East Riding Museum – one of the fantastic free museums in the city’s Old Town – takes visitors through 235 million years of history. Its unique collection of … More
The 52nd annual Open Exhibition is currently on display at the Ferens Art Gallery.
321 artworks were chosen this year from more than 1,000 entries by a high-profile panel of … More
It was one of the most memorable highlights in a year filled with breath-taking moments in 2017, and now figures have revealed the incredible impact of the Weeping Window installation.… More
It’s one of the highlights of the Ferens’ calendar, hundreds of local artists all displaying their talents at one of the region’s premier art galleries – and this year’s exhibition … More
Masterclasses with world-renowned artists, visits to some of the country’s most prestigious art galleries and producing their own exhibitions – that’s just some of the experiences young artists in Hull … More
Hull Maritime Museum is set to receive new ramps improving access to its main entrance of the striking building.
Hull City Council has successfully bid for £150,000 funding from the … More
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