E52 returns with its second installation of brave and brilliant performance for the UK City of Culture year, as the autumnal edition of Heads Up Festival gets under way.
Showcasing the best in internationally renowned and locally curated talent, this season’s programme will include a heady mix of performance, panels and workshops.
From Motor Theatre’s unflinching look at the myths of modern love with James Fritz’s Ross And Rachel, Vic Llewellyn and Kid Carpet’s anarchic and moving The Castle Builder to Kirsty Harris’ fabulously creative Almost Always Muddy, and E52’s brand new, cutting-edge work Pale Blue Dot. This is a chance to experience some of the most innovative works on the circuit.
These events will take place in Kardomah, Hull College and other venues.
Thu 12 Oct, 7.30pm (Free)
Fri 13 Oct, 8pm (£5)
14 Oct, 8pm (£5)
Tue 17 Oct, 7.30pm (£8)
Thu 19 Oct, 8pm / Fri 20 Oct, 7pm (£8 – £10)
Riverside Theatre, Hull College
Fri 20 Oct, 9pm / Sat 21 Oct, 8pm (£8 – £10)
Sat 21 Oct, 10.30am & 2.15pm (£5)
Hull Central Library
Sat 21 Oct, 2pm (£5)
Sat 21 Oct, 3.30pm (Free)
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.