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Hull City Council and Walk the Plank, one of the UK’s leading outdoor arts companies, are delighted to be bringing this celebration of maritime heritage to Hull’s city centre. A flaming torch-lit procession featuring 500 community volunteers will make its way from Hull Minster to Hull Marina, where audiences will enjoy a spectacular performance of […]
Live music – local and regional acts playing at various venues around Hull city centre: Trinity Festival Rebooted harks back to the early days of Hull Trinity Festival, which HullBID established in 2012 and saw a selection of bars in the Old Town host live music during the last weekend in July. Celebrating the best […]
Join Hull Tour Guide Paul Schofield for a walking tour around Hull’s Old Town and experience 800 years of the city’s fascinating history. Friday, Saturday, Sunday and Bank Holiday Mondays All welcome £5 per person. 2pm from Queen Victoria Statue, Queen Victoria Square. No need to book – just turn up!
The Rugby League World Cup Cultural Festival is an ambitious, inclusive, multidisciplinary festival bringing together audiences for sport and art. Taking place in four of the tournament host cities, and across 40 library services reaching deep into the Rugby League heartland towns across the North, the festival will amplify the tournament’s strapline of “The Power […]
On Saturday 6 May, the coronation of King Charles III will be shown on big screens from Hull City Hall balcony and Trinity Market, alongside a full day of activities and celebrations planned across the city centre. From 10am street theatre and performance will bring Queen Victoria Square, King Edward St and Beverley Gate to […]
With the Christmas holidays almost upon us, keeping the kids entertained for two-and-a-half weeks isn’t always easy. Add in the fact that days can be expensive and that the nation is in the middle of a cost of living crisis, it could make life difficult for some families. To help ease those worries, Hull City […]