From dinosaurs to ducklings, dance to drama, live music and musicals to comedians and comedy drama, it’s all going on at Hull New Theatre and Hull City Hall this summer.
British Science Festival takes place in Hull from 11 – 14 September 2018, hosted by the University of Hull. We met with Ivvet Modinou, British Science Festival Director, to talk science and culture.
When it was announced earlier this year that the future of Hull’s Adelphi Club had been secured after gaining Community Interest Company (CIC) status, music fans from near and far celebrated. The story even made BBC News. What did the Adelphi’s legendary owner, Paul Jackson, do to mark the achievement? He made plans to go fishing.
Take a look at the ethics behind taking pictures, the opening of breakbeat time capsules and a riotous reinterpretation of A Midsummer Night’s Dream.
Tales of forbidden love, world class performance and eye-catching artwork – just a handful of the things you can witness this week in the UK City of Culture.
Hull’s theatre scene continues to thrive with the announcement of development opportunities for aspiring actors, writers, directors and critics.
The newly opened Type Slowly shop brings together unique, original zines and the finest in local music, courtesy of Warren Records.
The duo’s exhibition at Humber Street Gallery brings together an enchanting trio of light sculptures – but what’s their significance?
John has joined the team to take the gallery forwards in 2018 and beyond, helping to cement Hull’s strong visual arts offering.
Having got well and truly stuck into the goings on of 2017, RED Contemporary Arts make way for an exciting future.
Last December, it was announced that the PRS Foundation would be continuing their work in the city, which was music to our ears. We find out more about what our resident composers have been up to.