An award-winning contemporary circus troupe is set to perform at a school in Hull, fresh from a run at Sydney Opera House.
Brisbane-based Circus company Casus will be making their Yorkshire debut at Hymers College during Back To Ours this half term. Their show Driftwood promises to be a spectacular display of choreography, acrobatics, trapeze and aerial stunts.
The first of four exhibitions has opened showcasing work created as part of Hidden Voices, an initiative aimed to unlock the voices and creative talents of the 60 homeless people living rough on the streets of Hull who are fed twice a week by St Mary’s Church in Lowgate, will open.
Hidden Voices is one of 60 new projects to receive funding through the Hull 2017 Creative Communities Programme, which is being delivered in partnership with the Big Lottery Fund.
Humber Film is previewing their Hull music video A Place They Called Forgotten Town next Tuesday (28 February) evening ahead of its online release.
Featuring community groups from around Hull, the film has been produced for Not Forgotten Town, one of 60 projects funded through Hull 2017’s Creative Communities Programme, delivered in partnership with the Big Lottery Fund.
A local authority housing estate in Hull has been transformed into a colourful work of art as part of Hull UK City of Culture 2017.
Spearheaded by social enterprise Goodwin Development Trust, I Wish To Communicate With You has seen the residents of the Thornton Estate working with an artist to transform their homes into an ambitious art installation.