Tue 3 Apr – Sat 7 Apr, 7.30pm & 2.30pm (£15-£32.50)
Hull New Theatre
Based on the bestselling novel, this theatrical tour de force comes to Hull hot on the heels of an acclaimed West End run. As a haunting tale of friendship – which follows one man’s journey to confront his past and find redemption – this searing drama is an epic showstopper. Set in a divided Afghanistan on the brink of war, it promises to be a moving and unforgettable thriller for an adult audience.
📢 "This is a production with real heart which brings new depth to a heart-rending tale."
🙏🏽 thank you, @midlandstheatre!
— The Kite Runner (@TheKiteRunnerUK) March 22, 2018
Wed 4 Apr, 7.30pm (£5)
The Brain Jar
Calling all music heads! One of Hull’s most exciting city-centre bars is hosting a brand-spanking new series of events celebrating exciting new music in the region. The inaugural session at The Brain Jar hosts the burgeoning Hull Urban Opera Collective, who promise to present a breadth of composing and vocal talent. Tickets will be available on the door for this mid-week urban opera offering.
Wed 4 Apr – Thu 5 Apr, 10am & 2.3opm (Free)
St John’s Community Centre Church
The Back to Ours team have been busy conjuring-up culture, this time in the form of ‘Mermarella’ – an Indigo Moon Theatre production which fuses puppetry, shadow theatre and acting all in one family-friendly show. Places for this are free, but limited, so get your skates on so you don’t miss out on this unmissable slice of Easter Holiday fun.
Thu 5 Apr, 4pm (Free)
It’s back. By popular demand Hull’s best street food night returns on a monthly basis across the spring/summer period. As a great way to unwind after a hard day’s work, Zebedee’s Yard promises to host a welcoming and relaxed atmosphere in its open-aired courtyard. With over 30 stalls of high quality local grub, a DJ, live band and other family-friendly entertainment on offer, there will be something for everyone to sink their teeth into.
— Tapasya (@TapasyaHull) January 17, 2018
Thu 5 Apr – Sat 7 Apr, 7pm (£5-£8)
Hull Truck Studio
This production has got something for everyone. Hull Truck’s Human Electric Tree is brought to us by the good folks at Silent Uproar, and is an off-kilter, coming-of-age exploration of the systems which young people are put through. If you’re a fan of American Psycho, Scroobius Pip, The History Boys and anything in between, then this will be right up your street.