Chameleon Business Interiors – the interior design, fit-out and furnishing specialist – has transformed a 19th-century building at Hull’s oldest independent school – Hymers College – balancing contemporary and classic design to create a fresh, welcoming new space.
A Beverley-born classical music star is taking to the Hull City Hall stage this month to play the first public concert since a major refurbishment of the Hull Philharmonic Orchestra’s Steinway.
Robert Markham, an internationally-acclaimed pianist, left the city in the 1980s to pursue his musical career and is returning for the concert on Saturday, February 29.
The first residents have moved into an in-demand Beal Homes development in Beverley, including members of the award-winning housebuilder’s own staff.
Residents are settling into their new homes at St. John’s Fold, in the shadow of Beverley Minster and close to the heart of the historic market town, which is Beal’s fastest-selling development ever.
Hymers College has appointed a new Headmaster to take one of the leading private schools in the North of England into a new era.
Justin Stanley joins Hymers from Hereford Cathedral School where he is Deputy Headmaster (Academic). He will take up the reins at the Hull co-educational day school at the beginning of the new school year in September.
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.
Acclaimed musician Carl Barât – who rocked Hull Ice Arena last September with The Libertines – is returning to the city next week as part of Back To Ours festival.
Hull UK City of Culture 2017 has announced that Carl Barât will be playing North Point Shopping Centre in Bransholme next Saturday (16 February), hot on the heels of Reverend and The Makers the night before.
A Mercury Prize-winning singer-songwriter, award-winning hip-hop theatre, and a feast of beastly films, as well as a secret gig, complete Hull UK City of Culture 2017’s Back To Ours line-up.
Badly Drawn Boy, Skin and Picture House join Black Grape, Bedtime Stories, Once Upon a Pillow Fight and Drip during the autumn half term holidays for the family festival which takes world class arts and culture to people’s doorsteps across the city. Plus, a critically acclaimed character will be making a special guest appearance at the William Gemmell Social Club.
Madeleine St John has been admitted to the roll of solicitors and is forging ahead on a career in wills and probate with Williamsons after benefiting from the firm’s training programme.
Madeleine, who has been with the practice for nearly four years as a paralegal and trainee in Hull, will move to the firm’s offices in her hometown Beverley at Tower House, North Bar Within.
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).
On Saturday 15 April the first exhibition celebrating the culture, creativity and food of the Bantu people from south of the equator, will take place in Hull.
Having found sanctuary in the city, many Bantu people from south of the equator now call Hull their home and will share the beauty of their culture during a six-month roadshow around the city.
Lady Gaga, Amy Winehouse and Cher are coming to Hull as part of Hull UK City of Culture 2017’s Back To Ours Festival during February half term.
Female impersonator Ceri Dupree brings his one man, 19 women show to the William Gemmell Club on Thursday 23 February 2017, Hull 2017 has announced.
Three teams of students from East Yorkshire schools convened on Beverley Joint 6th, vying for a place in the regional finals of the UK’s toughest debating competition.
An East Yorkshire school choir will share their talent with the world having qualified for the prestigious Llangollen International Musical Eisteddfod in their first ever entry.
Two cyclists are calling for the people of Beverley to get on their bikes and help disabled and disadvantaged children in East Yorkshire and North Lincolnshire.
A research project is underway to discover more about the lives – and deaths – of the 117 former pupils and staff of Hymers College
Two sisters from Beverley received academic awards from celebrity chef Brian Turner at a prize-giving ceremony for Hymers College.