This week is Refugee Week; a week that celebrates different pasts, shared futures.
Hull City Council is proud to support Refugee Week, the UK’s … More
Hull’s first gin distillery and bar is celebrating the city’s rich maritime heritage by launching a special gin honouring the city’s seafaring past.
Humber … 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
On Tuesday, the eyes of the sporting world will turn to Royal Ascot – one of horse racing’s most prestigious festivals.
For five days, … 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
Work to improve Eastern Cemetery in Hull will begin on Monday 17 June.
The work will create 1,150 new spaces as Hull City Council … More
Could you share your home with an adult who is in need of support?
That’s just what kind-hearted Clare did after becoming involved with … More
The Kaiser Chiefs are coming to the Bonus Arena early next year.
The Yorkshire band, famed for songs such as I Predict A Riot… More
It’s Father’s Day this Sunday and, let’s be honest, most people tend to leave picking out a gift to the last minute. If the … More
Hull has maintained its Fairtrade City status – and has made a commitment to keep promoting Fairtrade principles.
Fairtrade ensures farmers and workers in … More
Carers play an indispensable role in our society.
More than five million people providing care for a family member or friend with a disability, … 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
A one-woman show from a Hull pensioner will be previewed at Kardomah 94 next month before heading to Edinburgh Fringe this summer.
Polly Pattison, … More
Carers need caring for too – and that is why Hull City Council and its partners are highlighting support available to those who care … More
Sculcoates Bridge will be closed from Monday 1 July to Sunday 21 July for essential repair works.
The bridge in Chapman Street will be … 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
A mum says assistive technology in her home has greatly improved the life of her daughter who has learning difficulties.
In March 2018, Donna … 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
A 73-year-old man has told how he turned his life around after years spent living on the streets and battling alcohol issues.
Four months … 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
For more than 10 years, a Hull company has been providing hospitality services across the world, thanks to support from Hull City Council.
Tevalis, … 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
A Hull therapy provider is urging other SMEs to see if they can access funding for game-changing tech improvements.
Focus Counselling Services has huge … 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
Hull Young People’s Parliament has selected its latest Young Mayor.
Gabriela Surdyk, 15, will spend the next 12 months working with other young people … 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