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Humber Mouth literature festival announces first events

Hull’s premier literature festival has revealed its first events for 2020.

Curated and hosted by Jennifer Hodgson, Humber Mouth’s reader-in-residence, these events for readers and writers will welcome some of … More



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Pop sensation L Devine to perform in Hull

One of the country’s most exciting pop talents is coming to Hull this summer.

L Devine, whose debut EP Growing Pains received critical acclaim and earned her a spot on … More





The Canary and the Crow will be previewed in Hull ahead of its show in Edinburgh.

5 things to do in Hull this weekend

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. Lots of theatre, a huge free … More


An interactive shark senses workshop will take place at The Deep. Picture: David Clode

5 things to do this Bank Holiday weekend

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 days, you can to learn about … More


The Paper Cinema’s Macbeth takes place at Hull Minster on 29 March and 30 March as part of the Heads Up Festival.

Heads Up Festival gets under way

Hull’s popular Heads Up Festival is back.

The festival gets under way at a launch event at Kardomah94 tonight at 7.30pm. Entry is free. The event will see the first … More



Free children's events

10 family events in Hull for less than £1

1. East Hull Community Farm
Barham Road, Bilton Grange
Monday-Friday 9am-4pm
Free (small charge for groups)

See lambs being born in the springtime or sheep sheared in June and don’t … More


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