From kickflips to Cezzanne we have a busy week of music, art and theatre this week in the city.
5 May – 25 Aug 2018, 5:30pm 10:00am 12:00pm
Various locations around the city
Hull is continuing to establish itself as one of the UK’s friendliest skateboarding cities with lots of free activities on offer over the summer as part of the 2018 Skateboard Festival.
53 Degrees North is a new music industry conference that brings two great gigs into Zebedees Yard this weekend.
SLAVES, THE HORRORS + MORE
9 June, 12pm (£29.50)
THE BOOTLEG BEATLES + SPECIAL GUESTS
10 June, 12pm (£14.50-£29.50)
2 Jun – 9 Sep 2018
Ferens Art Gallery
The Cézanne loan is accompanied by an extensive display of nineteenth and early twentieth century art drawn from the Ferens permanent collection exploring related themes of peasants and rural life.
15 Jun 2018, 7:30pm
Coming straight outta Newport, with a mysterious background shrouded in a fug of herbal cigarette smoke, Goldie Lookin’ Chain broke through to the mainstream in 2003.
Not long after, their Don’t Blame The Chain CD-R introduced the fully formed concept of the GLC to those Newport-based people in the know. It established the group’s infectious patois, of seven seater scum buses, valley commandos and, er, purple headed yoghurt chuckers.