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Tortoise and The Hare

HULL MARINA, Humber Dock Street, Hull, HU1 1TB

5 Jun 2021



Family Friendly

The Tortoise & The Hare absolutely love games. They play board games, sporty games, guessing games and they even invent games. They are the best of friends and they have lots of fun playing together…. But only if The Hare is winning!

The Hare is a terrible loser and after losing yet another game to The Tortoise, The Hare hatches a plan to play a game that The Tortoise has no chance of winning…

The Hare challenges The Tortoise to a race.

Recommended Age: 4+

Running Time: 40 mins approx. (no interval/break)

One free accompanying adult with each child. If your child requires additional adults for any reason please email the box office on 01482 323638 or call 01482 323638 to discuss.


This event is not at Hull Truck Theatre and will take place above Nibble @ The Dock which is located on Queen Street and is part of the Fruit Market. The full venue address can be found on your e-ticket.

Parking: Fruit Market multi-storey car park is located on Blackfriargate off High Street. Weekend parking is just £2.50 per day.

Facilities: Toilet and baby change facilities will be available inside Nibble @ The Dock. Please ensure you have a face covering to hand if using these facilities.

The performance will last approximately 40 minutes and will take place outdoors, please wear suitable clothing.

Access: There are eight concrete steps up to the performance space. Pushchairs can be left in a suitable area which will be highlighted to you on the day. Please keep any valuable items on your person. All performances will have a relaxed environment and a friendly attitude to noise and movement.

Please check back on this webpage, nearer to the date, for more information about safety measures and any additional facilities.

Venue Details

Humber Dock Street,

01482 609960


Hull Marina's excellent location in the heart of city provides the perfect choice for a permanent berth or for visitors. It is just a short stroll into the City Centre for either a spot of retail therapy or to visit one of the many historic hostelries and café bars.