28 Jun 2018

Cultural Highlights: 28 Jun – 4 Jul 2018

Massive outdoor shows and the return of the Hull Film Festival, take a look through this weeks cultural highlights.

ARE WE THERE YET?

28-30 Jun, 2pm & 8pm (£5-£8)
Hull Truck Theatre

In their new show, Member of the Act III Over 50s Theatre Makers explore the huge social changes they’ve lived through and how that’s played out in their personal lives.

Is the world as it could be? From the mundane to the miraculous, Are We There Yet? takes you on a touching, irreverent and highly unpredictable ride.

UB4O

29 Jun, 6pm (£29.50)
Zebedees Yard

Reggae pop royalty UB40 bring their back catalogue of anthems to Zebedees Yard, for what is guaranteed to be a spectacular summer show. Grab some ‘Red Red Wine’ from the bar, and dance along to one of the biggest gigs this summer in ‘Kingston Town’-Upon Hull!

OFFSIDE

29-30 Jun, 7:30pm (£10-£12)
East Riding Theatre

With football fever running high currently with the Fifa World Cup, why not sample some sporty theatre at Beverley’s East Riding Theatre?

Offside tells the story of four women across the centuries, who each live and breathe football but all face different obstacles in everyday life. Full of punchy prose and lyrical dialogue, witness football coming home, on the touchline of the game of a lifetime.

ORBITAL

30 Jun, 6pm (£35)
Zebedees Yard

Continuing the run of massive concerts this summer, Zebedees Yard will host the electronic dance duo, Orbital.

One of the biggest names in British electronica since the 1990s, Orbital are both critically and commercially successful, and known particularly for their element of live improvisation during shows, a rarity among techno acts.

HULL FILM FESTIVAL 2018

2-8 Jul, various timings (£5-£7)
Vue Cinema Hull

Hull Film Festival returns with another stunning line up of the most gripping and entertaining films, in what will be their fifth festival. Featuring 16 Hull exclusives, and a beautiful 4K restoration of cult classic Donnie Darko, this festival is surely one not to be missed.

Kicking off the festival is Terminal, starring Margot Robbie, Mike Myers and Simon Pegg in a twisting drama in which murderous consequences unravels at night, thanks to a criminal mastered hellbent on revenge.

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