Comedy comes to one of the city’s coolest spots for the first time tonight – Trinity Market has already proved it is the perfect spot for music and it will … More
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With half-term coming to an end, here’s a list of weekend offerings that are bound to keep adults and children alike entertained.
Immerse yourself in the world of fairy tales … More
Head into Hull city centre this weekend for a fantastic immersive installation and pop in to see one of the region’s biggest regular art exhibitions.
One of Hull’s most popular … More
Some big names from the worlds of music, comedy and art are coming to Hull this weekend. So what’s new?
Here are 5 things to do in Hull this weekend.… More
With 2020 well and truly up and running, here’s five fantastic events happening in Hull this week.
Hull City Centre
Thursday 30 January until Saturday 1 February 5pm … More
A musical quartet of events begins with a delightfully angsty appearance by a cult favourite band that will be followed by a huge record fair, a show exploring music in … More
Panto is back in Hull … oh, yes it is! Well, that’s enough of that.
It’s time to dust off the dames because this year’s musical, farcical offerings include the … More
Some of the city’s most popular names and businesses are celebrating today after winning big at the UK’s largest tourism awards – the White Rose Awards 2019.
The Deep, Hull … More
The people behind some of the city’s most recognisable tourism brands will have their fingers crossed tonight at the region’s prestigious White Rose Awards.
The ceremony – the largest tourism … 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 hugely talented Hull comedian, two Irish pop legends and a stage musical based on a hit film are among the top offerings in the area this weekend. Head to … More
Cafes and venues all over Hull are helping people to break the ice and get chatting to each other.
Talking Tables signs can now be found on designated tables at … More
A popular three-day festival of poetry and spoken word is returning to Hull for a third year in a row.
Contains Strong Language is produced by the BBC in partnership … More
Five Hull theatre makers are taking over at Edinburgh Fringe as the world’s largest arts festival gets under way.
With support from Hull Truck Theatre, Absolutely Cultured and Back To … More
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 will also host a Grammy-nominated brass … 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. Lots of theatre, a huge free … 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 comedy and another a famous opera … 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 days, you can to learn about … More
1. Harlem Globetrotters
Friday 26 April
Tickets from £20
Tickets are still available for tonight’s visit of perhaps the world’s most famous basketball team. For 92 years, … More
The world premiere of new spellbinding thriller arrives at Hull Truck Theatre later this month.
Paragon Dreams is written and performed by homegrown actress and playwright Hester Ullyart and directed … More
A new show from Hull’s award-winning Middle Child theatre company opens next week.
Us Against Whatever: A Karaoke Cabaret will be shown at the Hull Truck Theatre in Ferensway from … More
Hull Truck Theatre will be humming this spring with the sound of music from all over the world.
Music from some of the world’s greatest icons, including Elvis, Cole Porter … More
Hull will host a major arts and culture event next month.
IETM Hull 2019 will bring the international performing arts community to the city for a programme of performances, talks … More
Have you been bitten by the culture bug? After 5.3 million people attended cultural activities during Hull’s year as UK City of Culture in 2017, more residents now regularly take … More
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