Two free performances of Hull Must Have a Time Ball will be taking place in Pearson Park Conservatory on Tuesday 25 October, as part of Maritime Tales Week.
Running from Saturday 22 to Saturday 29 October, a packed programme of maritime themed activities will entertain children of all ages and their families.
This year’s programme will feature in person events as well as some digital content, meaning no one need miss out on the fun.
The city’s rich seafaring history will be brought to life through live theatre performances by local theatre company ‘Theatre on the Edge’ and storytelling sessions ‘Fisherwomen’s Tales of the Sea’ in various library venues across the city.
Situated between Princes Avenue and Beverley Road, Pearson Park is a family-friendly, open space filled with Victorian grandeur. Featuring a children’s play area and a conservatory greenhouse, the park was the first public park in Hull and was established in the 1860s by Zachariah Pearson, then Mayor of Hull.