Award-winning aerial acrobatics, stand-up comedy, poetry, interactive theatre, live music and sing along films are coming to the heart of Hull’s neighbourhoods for the second in a series of ground-breaking festivals.
Hull UK City of Culture 2017 has today announced the line-up of the hotly anticipated May half term Back To Ours (30 May to 4 June) ahead of the tickets going on sale next Thursday (27 April).
The people of Hull are being invited to take part in an ambitious public art project inspired by the female trailblazers of the city as part of Hull UK City of Culture 2017.
Revolutionary Makers is a large scale collaborative commission, which will culminate in an installation in Hull City Hall ahead of WOW Hull (10-12 March), part of a global movement to champion gender equality. Through a weekend of talks, music, debate, comedy and performance, WOW Hull will celebrate International Women’s Day.
Internet coverage is vital in the modern world. Modern sociologists are even claiming that it has begun to effect house prices, with many buyers reluctant to live in a house that doesn’t have a decent broadband connection.
Beverley band Sea of Wires will be launching their EP at the Adelphi Club in Hull on Saturday 22 of June. The Band has just finished recording with Mikey Scott at Fruit Trade Music Studio in Humber Street, Hull.
It was a memorable night at a historic venue when five acts took to the stage in Beverley to showcase their talents. Following the success of last year’s event, Soundclash made its return at the Memorial Hall last week.
For many, the local area and its heritage are a great source of pride and it is both a privilege and a joy to be able to visit museums and archives to see first-hand the objects that compose local history.
The last weekend of this month, 26th – 28th October, sees the second ever Beverley Blues Festival. The event takes place at the historic Sun Inn, overseen by the magnificent Beverley Minster and Hodgsons’ public house, situated next to the Beverley Leisure Centre.
After being held in Beverley Polo Club for the last five years, Tribfest relocated in 2012 to the delightful surroundings of Sledmere House, offering more space for the annually growing flock of festival enthusiasts.
Are you looking for somewhere unique this year then why not consider a weekend music festival with a difference? If you fancy seeing the big names but can’t afford the prices or there simply sold out, why not consider the music festival of your dreams?
The biggest and best Tribfest music festival returns to East Yorkshire over the weekend of August 16th -19th. Up to 5000 fans are expected at the 6th festival being held at the new venue of Sledmere house