Children and their families from across the region are celebrating the return this week of a festival that encourages curiosity, learning and creativity by promoting reading for pleasure.
The Big Malarkey took a Covid-enforced break during 2020 but is now beginning a new chapter at East Park with a week of activities dedicated to schools in the city, followed by a weekend of events that are open to the public.
Stage4Beverley’s “Summer Outing” is delighted to announce that for its Saturday night event on 19th June it will be hosting a unique performance by members of Hull’s charismatic and pioneering Waterson/Carthy family.
Following the successful ‘Lockdown Edition’ of its workshops for music-makers and composers from Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic backgrounds, Opera North is seeking applications for next spring’s Resonance programme, and planning for a return to collaborations in person, with live scratch performances in front of audiences.
A project which uses music to deliver mental health messages from young people about what’s on their mind will this week showcase the products of its second phase with a virtual launch.
Three Minute Heroes, led by The Warren Youth Project, brings together musicians from across the Hull area, draws on writing from students in East Yorkshire and is already having an impact on health and social care in Manchester.
Filmmakers, writers, actors and film fans across the Humber and East Yorkshire are being offered a unique opportunity to bring along their own work and take part in a film industry day in Hull this Wednesday, 13 November.
Northern Exposure is a day-long film event that includes talent workshops, a film forum, networking and independent BFI Network, Film Hub North film screenings.