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The Awakening

HULL CITY CENTRE

18 - 19 Mar 2022

FREE 6pm - 10pm each day

Family Friendly

Freedom Festival  with support from Welcome Back funding, the Arts Council and the Global Streets network are delighted to be working in partnership with Hull City Council to bring this new event to Hull City Centre.

Celebrating the movement from Winter to Spring, our great city’s maritime identity, heritage, folklore and mythology,  our relationship to the environment,  and as we move from the Pandemic into more normal times, we welcome everyone to join us back in the City Centre on the streets and in our venues to experience a magical and entertaining experience as you explore the City Centre and Old Town into the evening.

The Awakening is totally free and takes place between 18.00-22.00 on Friday 18 and Saturday 19 March 2022.

Friday 18 March 

18.00  Dan Acher: Borealis  The Rose Bowl (finishes at 22.00)

18.00 Out There Arts: Fire Garden   Queens Gardens (finishes at 22.00)

18.00 Illumaphonium: Halo    Zebedees Yard (finishes at 22.00)

18.00 Heinrich and Palmer: Ship of the Gods    Museum Gardens (finishes at 22.00)

18.00  Katayoun Dowlatshahi: Scrimshaw Images   Queen Victoria Square (finishes at 22.00)

18.00  Heinrich and Palmer: Animated Artefacts   Whitefriargate (finishes at 22.00)

18.00 The Broken Orchestra: RE:SCORE    High Street (finishes at 22.00)

18.00 Trinity Live Special in association with Sesh Trinity Market (finishes 22.00)

18.00 Ferens Art Gallery   Queen Victoria Square (finishes at 21.30. Last entry 21.15)

18.00 Joanna Walsh: Riddles – Gijs van Bon; NYX    Whitefriargate/Parliament Street (finishes at 21.00)

18.00 Maritime Statues    Queen Victoria Square/Whitefriargate (finishes at 18.45)

18.15 Sound Intervention: Projector Bikes    City Centre (finishes at 19.15)

18.30 Compagnie des Quidams: Totems    Queen Victoria Square/Whitefriargate/Trinity Square (finishes at 19.30)

19.15 Maritime Statues    Queen Victoria Square/Whitefriargate (finishes at 20.00)

19.45 Compagnie des Quidams: Totems   Queen Victoria Square/Whitefriargate/Trinity Square (finishes at 20.30)

20.00 Rara Woulib: Deblozay    City Centre (finishes at 21.30)

20.00 Sound Intervention: Projector Bikes    City Centre (finishes 21.00)

20.30 Maritime Statues    Queen Victoria Square/Whitefriargate (finishes at 21.00)

 

Saturday 19 March

18.00  Dan Acher: Boreali The Rose Bowl (finishes at 22.00)

18.00 Out There Arts: Fire Garden   Queens Gardens (finishes at 22.00)

18.00 Illumaphonium: Halo    Zebedees Yard (finishes at 22.00)

18.00 Heinrich and Palmer: Ship of the Gods    Museum Gardens (finishes at 22.00)

18.00  Katayoun Dowlatshahi: Scrimshaw Images   Queen Victoria Square (finishes at 22.00)

18.00  Heinrich and Palmer: Animated Artefacts   Whitefriargate (finishes at 22.00)

18.00 The Broken Orchestra: RE:SCORE    High Street (finishes at 22.00)

18.00Trinity Live Special in association with Sesh Trinity Market (finishes 22.00)

18.00 Ferens Art Gallery   Queen Victoria Square (finishes at 21.30. Last entry 21.15)

18.00 Joanna Walsh: Riddles – Gijs van Bon; NYX   Whitefriargate/Parliament Street (finishes at 21.00)

18.00 Maritime Statues    Queen Victoria Square/Whitefriargate (finishes at 18.45)

18.15 Sound Intervention: Projector Bikes    City Centre (finishes at 19.15)

18.30 Compagnie des Quidams: Totems    Queen Victoria Square/Whitefriargate/Trinity Square (finishes at 19.30)

19.15 Maritime Statues    Queen Victoria Square/Whitefriargate (finishes at 20.00)

19.45 Compagnie des Quidams: Totems    Queen Victoria Square/Whitefriargate/Trinity Square (finishes at 20.30)

20.00 Rara Woulib: Deblozay   City Centre (finishes at 21.30)

20.00 Sound Intervention: Projector Bikes    City Centre (finishes 21.00)

20.30 Maritime Statues    Queen Victoria Square/Whitefriargate (finishes at 21.00)

Venue Details

HULL CITY CENTRE

01482 300300

http://www.hullccnews.co.uk

Whether you are looking for places to shop, places to eat, relaxing activities and enjoyable attractions, in Hull you will find what you are looking for. Hull is an up and coming water front city which is popular with small groups and coach parties alike. Hull has eight free museums, The Deep, Hull Truck Theatre, new retail and leisure centres and many places to eat and drink in Hull are all waiting to be discovered - all the ingredients for a perfect city break or day out.