The project will explore Hull’s relationship with the giant Alan Boyson mural Three Ships – one of the largest pieces of public art in the UK – also looking at the social history of the building where it currently resides. The life of this iconic building in Hull City Centre has moved from the Co-operative society to a British Home Stores and once contained the Skyline Ballroom, later Bailey’s nightclub and then Romeo’s and Juliet’s.
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|Wednesday||1pm – 7.30pm|
|Thursday||9.30am – 7.30pm|
|Friday||9.30am – 1pm|
|Saturday||10am – 4pm|