The Half Term is here and we have a great variety of events to keep you entertained.
Grab your skates and head to Humber Street (Stage @ The Dock) where you will find a roller rink ready entertain you and the kids. £5 per session which includes skate hire if you need them. Hand me my sweatbands!
Half term is just around the corner and we love this idea for the kids and the young at heart. Where else can you skate a roller rink in a dry dock!! @FruitMarketHull https://t.co/pkeDvBay4S pic.twitter.com/NHXipVcQ4r
— Visit Hull (@VisitHull) May 14, 2019
Wonderfully colourful and memorising as they ‘breathe’ within the Feren’s Art Gallery these inflatable shapes are inspired by beautiful microscopic imagery of bacteria and cells that live within us.
Installation of Microbes has finished ahead of the opening tomorrow and we think it looks fantastic! All the information you need about Ferens Art Gallery's latest exhibition is here. https://t.co/a1AaIwHafL pic.twitter.com/qnBjqf0Q8o
— Visit Hull (@VisitHull) May 17, 2019
TIP: Don’t forget that the permanent collection at Feren’s Gallery also includes some wonderful pieces and there is also the ‘Is This Planet Earth’ exhibition open throughout the half term.
3. THE SIX SENSES OF SENSATIONAL SHARKS
Dive in and learn more about super shark senses at The Deep this May half term! It’s sure to be sense-ational!
May half-term gets underway tomorrow & we will be exploring the amazing world of shark senses! Try your hand at hunting for prey in our interactive workshops, get creative in craft corner & take part in the shark trail. Find out more other upcoming events https://t.co/OaTIVfmUcu pic.twitter.com/Yum3uYtW5A
— The Deep (@thedeephull) May 24, 2019
Always on hand to surprise, delight and amaze in the most unusual of locations Back to Ours present another festival of the extra-ordinary!
One High Horse.
Two cheeky brothers.
One pair of angel wings.
Two Secret Gigs.
One belting night of live music.
How do YOU half term?
— Back to Ours (@BTOHull) May 24, 2019
There are 2 great exhibitions on at Humber Street Gallery this half term with A Tittle-Tattle-Tell-a-Tale Heart presenting a creative narrative that combines the use of free-standing sculpture, sound installation, costume and performance. Journey To The Centre Of The Couch, which opens on the 25th of May is Hull based artist Ella Dortons first major project at Humber Street Gallery. Using found fabrics, old clothes, bedsheets, curtains and paint, the artist composes portraits that reflect the people of Hull. There is entertainment for the little ones too at Early Bods, perfect for the 0 – 5 year olds!
— HumberStreetGallery (@humberstgallery) May 22, 2019
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