We at Hull 2017 know that business doesn’t need to be boring… and why should yours be any different? The opportunity to meet like-minded and ambitious local businesses is an exciting way to inspire, educate and improve the mindsets of you and your company whilst helping to raise the profile of the city. So what better way to do this than with Hull 2017’s Business Club? Let’s get started.
Hull is full of art. Just take a quick walk around the city and you’ll see public works of art that celebrate the people, history and unique heritage of Hull.
Winter can be a tough time for us all. The cold weather can seriously soak up our creativity and attempting to be even slightly adventurous can feel more like a chore than a release… So why not look ahead and let your mind wander with these ten inspiring ways to get creative this Spring.
If you were to ask any Hullensian what chip spice is, there’s a high probability they might look at you like you’ve literally just crash landed from another planet. They may even ask you to reconsider your life choices… and to be honest, they would be completely correct.
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.
Regeneration company Wykeland Group, the organisers of Freedom Festival and Hull 2017 today announced the creation of a stunning new venue ahead of the city’s year as UK City of Culture, Stage @TheDock.
The Hull 2017 Creative Communities Programme aims to fund projects that inspire individuals and groups to produce new work and events for 2017.
As guest speaker at a breakfast event this morning, The Rt Hon the Lord Mandelson launched the new Hull UK City of Culture 2017 Business Club partnership tier. The new programme is aimed at business leaders who want to support Hull as City of Culture, while also significantly expanding business networks and opportunities.
Hull’s links with its twin city of Freetown are set to be given a cultural boost this week as a high level delegation from Hull heads over to Sierra Leone.