With a Little Luck, England Could Win the World Cup

With a Little Luck, England Could Win the World Cup
November 14, 2022

England has high hopes for the upcoming World Cup, as both the players and the fans want to erase the trauma from the previous season’s EURO that saw them fall at the last obstacle. 

Qatar 2022 summoned the best teams in the world, and among them all, England takes one of the highest positions when talking about the possible chances of winning the trophy.

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Beverley Art Gallery Explores Beverley’s Role In European Art During 60s And 70s

Beverley Art Gallery Explores Beverley's Role In European Art During 60s And 70s
June 11, 2022

An exhibition at Beverley Art Gallery sheds light on the fact that Beverley was at the centre of the European art world in the 1960s and early ‘70s…. 

In 1962, the Beverley-based sculptor, Jacqueline Stieger, met the Austrian sculptor, Alfred Gruber. A personal and creative relationship followed that not only brought Gruber to Beverley but also introduced his European artistic friends to the region.

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Learn More About Remarkable Sculpture ‘Vera’ At Beverley Art Gallery

Learn More About Remarkable Sculpture ‘Vera’ At Beverley Art Gallery
November 17, 2021

Visitors to Beverley Art Gallery since the summer have been able to see a stunning sculpture by award-winning artist Hannah Honeywill – ‘Vera’, part of the gallery’s Contemporary Arts Uplift funding from Arts Council England.

Now there is a chance to see a talk by Hannah, on Saturday 27 November at 1.30-2.30pm, in the Education Room at the Treasure House in Beverley.

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4 Things You Should Know About Brain Injuries

4 Things You Should Know About Brain Injuries
November 5, 2021

Brain injuries are a major cause of disability, dependency, and death throughout the world. They can affect people of any age, but they are more common in men than women.

The severity of brain injuries can range from mild to severe, and they can cause both short-term and long-term effects. Since these are so common, it is important to know the 4 most important things about brain injuries.

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Hullywood – Why The Film Industry Has Taken A Shine To Hull

Hullywood - Why The Film Industry Has Taken A Shine To Hull
October 23, 2021

The cobbled streets and historic buildings of Hull’s Old Town were recently the backdrops for Enola Holmes 2 – the next instalment of the hit Netflix franchise.

Enola Holmes 2 was the latest in a string of productions to have been shot in Hull following the likes of The Personal History of David Copperfield and ITV’s Victoria.

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Hull’s Whitefriargate Is The Inspiration For A New Poem

Hull’s Whitefriargate Is The Inspiration For A New Poem
October 5, 2021

Hull’s Whitefriargate is the inspiration for a new poem that will be unveiled on the historic street on National Poetry Day on Thursday (7 October).

Vicky Foster, Whitefriargate’s poet-in-residence for 2021, has written a new poem, drawing on the street’s rich history and its long-standing role in the story of the city and the people who live and work there.

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Taking Back Control In 2021

Taking Back Control In 2021
January 14, 2021

Who would have thought that at this time last year, we would be on the brink of encountering an unprecedented global pandemic, one that will go down in the history books?

It feels like a bit of a groundhog day at the moment, however, back in lockdown again, hoping that we can see some light at the end of the tunnel. 

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Art Installations Set To Feature As Part Of Queens Gardens Refurbishment

Art Installations Set To Feature As Part Of Queens Gardens Refurbishment
December 11, 2020

The £4.3m Queens Gardens refurbishment is set to feature a number of permanent art installations that will celebrate and bring to life Hull’s rich maritime past.

The installations, from internationally-renowned and award-winning artists Katayoun Dowlatshahi and Heinrich & Palmer, will include a new seating area in the Peace Garden, integrated artworks on new amphitheatre-style seating, as well as maritime-inspired installations and lighting along the boundary of the gardens.

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