Hull 2017 are carrying out a Digital Content Production Services tender process in order to appoint multiple videographers / photographers to work alongside colleagues to support the creation of a comprehensive and compelling content offering.
Butterflies was set up in 2010 by June Cooke. When her dad was diagnosed with dementia, June noticed a lack of support for the families and carers of those living with the condition in Hull and decided to do something about it.
Freedom Road Creative Arts (FRCA), began life within the Rights and Participation Project, which was at that time Hull’s Children’s Rights Service, working with young people in care, and those in need.
The Solid Life of Sugar Water by the award winning Jack Thorne, is an intimate, tender portrait of loss, hurt and recovery. Co-produced by Graeae Theatre Company and Theatre Royal Plymouth, the production makes its way to Hull Truck Theatre from 18 – 20 February 2016.
2017 and its legacy will change Hull for the better, as the city becomes the centre of culture for the whole of the UK. Our partners are the key to making that happen.