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, … More
The WWE is bringing its wrestling superstars to Hull for the first time later this year.
Its NXT UK tour will come to the … More
A free project bringing activities and nutritious food to children throughout the summer holidays will launch in Hull this week.
Healthy Holidays ran as … More
Liam Gallagher has confirmed he will play in Hull next month – but tickets for the gig have already sold out.
The Oasis star … More
A bike charity that aims to make cycling more affordable will be in Trinity Market this summer to support and promote cycling in the … More
Hull is to host an event to commemorate victims of the genocide in the Bosnian town of Srebrenica in 1995.
Members of the city’s … 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
A huge water-themed obstacle course is heading back to the city next year.
More than 900 racers took part in the Hulltimate Challenge last … More
The arrival of the sun this weekend will be welcome news for most of us.
Temperatures are predicted to hit a blistering 29C on … 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
The Big Malarkey Festival will open its gates to the public this weekend.
Over the past week, school children have been visiting the children’s … 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
Two popular Hull festivals have joined forces to bring four spectacular circus shows to the city.
The expanded five-day Freedom Festival will include the … More
Humber Street Gallery, the contemporary visual arts space on Hull’s rejuvenated Fruit Market, has announced its summer programme.
The broad programme includes work looking … More
Tomorrow’s free Royal Ballet screening has been moved to Hull Minster due to the weather forecast.
The screening of Kenneth MacMillan’s celebrated ballet Romeo … More
A free music festival featuring some of the UK’s most most exciting music creators returns to Hull next month.
PRS Foundation’s New Music Biennial … More
If you still haven’t made Friday night plans by now, we are here to help. Two classics – one a screening of a silent … More
Hull’s thriving Trinity Market is now open seven days a week.
The market in the Old Town will open every Sunday from 11.30am to … More
Singer-songwriter Emeli Sande is to visit Hull’s Bonus Arena in December as part of her UK tour.
The vocalist will visit Hull on the … More
Hull-born artist Patrick Coyle is bringing a futuristic performance to Ferens Gallery next month
It is part of the gallery’s current contemporary art exhibition, … More
An exhibition featuring some of the most famous names of modern British art is coming to Ferens Art Gallery this summer.
Reflection: British Art … More
Two of Hull’s much-loved summer events will come together in this city centre this weekend.
Lord Mayor’s Hanse Day 2019 – a combination of … More
The line-up for the 12th annual Freedom Festival has been unveiled.
And this year, the international arts programme has been expanded to five days.… More
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 … More
Steps star Claire Richards has been announced as the final headliner at this year’s Pride in Hull.
She will join Spice Girl Mel C … More
Roll into half-term next week as the Stage@TheDock amphitheatre is transformed into a roller rink for a week.
The stunning outdoor stage in the … More
Hull has earned itself a bit of a reputation for culture, don’t you know? And it is certainly living up to its reputation with … More
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