Shopping centres, school theatres and gymnasiums are bursting with everything from acrobatics to comedy as Back To Ours returns to take over local venues during the February half-term holiday.
Those who came along in February and May were treated to the mesmerising circus show Tipping Point by Ockham’s Razor along with some French hilarity courtesy of Untied Artists’ The Boy Who Bit Picasso. Music fans got their rave on to The Pigeon Detectives, and the likes of Cher and Shirley Bassey (a.k.a. Ceri Dupree) went down a storm in a night that will prove hard to forget.
In February, we return with even more spectacular surprises in your neighbourhood, so make sure you don’t miss out – bring everyone back to ours!
Check out some of this year’s Back To Ours highlights so far:
If you have purchased a ticket for an event/activity at this venue through hull2017.co.uk, please do not contact the venue direct with enquiries for that purchase as they will be unable to help.
Back To Ours is produced by Hull 2017 and:
– Ed Collier at China Plate
– Lee Fells at Leeds International Film Festival
– Film Hub North
– The British Film Institute
– Dean Shakespeare at Revolver
– Under The Influence
– Freedom Festival
With thanks to our venue partners:
– Archbishop Sentamu Academy
– Hymers College
– Kingswood Academy
– North Point Shopping Centre
– Sirius Academy West
– The Freedom Centre
– William Gemmell
– Winifred Holtby Academy
Back To Ours is supported by Arts Council England’s Strategic Touring Fund.