3 – 17 Mar, 11am-4pm (£105 – £120)
This three-session programme presents a perfect opportunity for creatives to gain tutored support while developing stunning artwork. Building layers and textures to create bespoke prints, the workshop promises to hone your craft in a fun and friendly environment.
12 Mar – 26 Apr, 10am & 6pm (Free)
This edition of Artlink’s Spotlight programme focuses on Hull’s own Charlie Broomfield – a fine arts graduate invested in studying people through drawing, often within inner-city environments. Art aficionados and novices alike are invited to enjoy Charlie’s hand-drawn caricatures, which capture a series of moments trapped in time.
17 Mar, 11am – 3.30pm (£35)
Feeling creative? Then get your hands stuck into this wet felt making course in Hull’s Museums Quarter. Textiles artist Jayne Jessop promises to unlock your creative juices inside Traenerhus’ cosy High Street-based studio. Inclusive of all materials and refreshments, this 1 day course will give you the chance to design and create your very own felted picture using an array of materials including fibres, beads, silks, sequins, buttons and threads.
Sun 18 Mar, 11am – 4pm
Falling on the third Sunday of every month, the ever-expanding Humber Street Market is more than just a place to shop ‘till you drop. Früit will transform into a bustling arts and crafts haven, while a plethora of delicious food, local beverages and live acoustic music will also be on offer. Not a bad way to end the weekend!
20 – 24 Mar, 2.30pm & 7.30pm (£12 – £22.50)
Hull Truck Theatre
Theatre lovers! This one’s for you. In this brand spanking new adaptation of Brighton Rock, acclaimed writer Bryony Lavery has dreamed up a gripping take on an unmissable noir thriller. This classic novel, originally a Graham Greene brainchild, tells the tale of two Brighton-based seventeen year olds embroiled in a vicious gang war. Grab tickets while you still can.
20 – 24 Mar, 2.30pm – 7.30pm (£15)
Jubilee Central Hull
Returning by popular demand and hot on the heels of its triumphant 2017 showing, is the extraordinary tale of a Hull legend: Lil – a play by Val Holmes.
The play marks the 50th year since the Triple Trawler Tragedy, and there’s no better way to remember Bilocca’s steely and pioneering resistance against the stark injustices of a male-ruled society. So kick back, soak up the drama and embrace this killer production brought to us by The Lil Drama Company.