GALLERY : Let’s Dance 2018 @ Middleton Hall

GALLERY : Let's Dance 2018 @ Middleton Hall
June 11, 2018

Photos from the Sunday afternoon performance of Let’s Dance 2018 that was held at Hull University’s Middleton Hall.

The bi annual event organised by Miss Racheal’s School of Dance gives dancers from her school of all ages an opportunity to perform and show case their skills they have acquired through attending lessons.

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Beverley Town Leave It Late To Make It Back To Back Wins

Beverley Town Leave It Late To Make It Back To Back Wins
October 23, 2017

A late Jake Cattermole goal gave Beverley Town Football Club their second consecutive win after they claimed all three points with 1-0  win against North Ferriby Athletic.

Rich Jagger says he was happy with the result as Town worked hard to secure their first win the in Humber Premier League since mid September.

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Yorkshire Gaming Festival Shines Light on the Future

October 18, 2017

Beverley gaming fans returning from the Yorkshire Games Festival in Bradford this week may recognise themselves in figures released pertaining to the performance of the gaming industry.

The great and good of the country’s gaming industry descended on West Yorkshire to discuss matters including the future of gaming, and students of nearby Hull University’s nationally-renowned Computer Science courses were offered the opportunity to absorb the expertise of iconic developers from around the UK.

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Britain’s Most Distinguished Art Critic To Visit Ferens Art Gallery

Britain’s Most Distinguished Art Critic To Visit Ferens Art Gallery
June 16, 2017

Thanks to a donation from the Sunday Times art critic through the Friends of the Ferens adopt a painting scheme, the painting of ‘Portrait of a Unknown Musician’ (c.1644) by William Dobson will now go on display.

For a while it was thought that this painting might represent Henry Lawes, Gentleman of the Chapel Royal and a composer in the court of Charles I. But comparison with a painting of Henry, possibly by the artist Lely, has placed this identification in doubt.

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Scale Lane Bridge To Be Transformed Into Giant Musical Instrument

Scale Lane Bridge To Be Transformed Into Giant Musical Instrument
February 24, 2017

The people of Hull are being invited to become sound explorers as part of a project that will see Scale Lane Bridge transformed into a giant musical instrument for Hull UK City of Culture 2017.

Funded by Hull 2017’s Creative Communities Programme, delivered in partnership with the Big Lottery Fund, Playing the Bridge is series of workshops, performances and installations that draws on the Indonesian gamelan tradition that creates music by striking tuned metalwork.

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