An exceptional programme of drama, comedy, music and more is on offer at Hull New Theatre and Hull City Hall this autumn and winter.

A joint brochure for both venues has now been published as the £16m refurbishment of the theatre nears completion.

Councillor Terry Geraghty, chairman of Hull Culture and Leisure board and portfolio holder for Culture and Leisure, Hull City Council, said: “Hull New Theatre has an exciting programme of events including award-winning musicals, critically-acclaimed drama, dance, opera and a high-flying pantomime adventure.

“Complementing this at the prestigious City Hall audiences can enjoy high-quality entertainment at its best, including comedy, classical concerts, live music and festive celebrations.”

The brochure includes the first shows to be performed at the theatre such as the National Theatre productions of Charlotte Brontë’s Jane Eyreand Hedda Gabler, the Opera North residency The Little Greats,Northern Ballet’s new The Boy In The StripedPyjamas and the world premiere of John Godber’s new comedy, The Kings of Hull.

Other highlights are the first every UK tour of award-winning West End and Broadway show, the Carole King musical, Beautiful, a new production featuring the music of Dusty Springfield and starring Hull actress and impressionist Debra Stephenson, Son of a Preacher Man, and this year’s pantomime, Peter Pan.

The brochure also has details of a number of access performances throughout the season at the theatre, with captioned performances, signed performances, relaxed performances and audio descriptions and touch tours available.

Hull City Hall’s top quality programme of shows continues with a diverse selection of live entertainment throughout the months to come.

There are a number of headline comedy acts, such as Rob Brydon, Katherine Ryan, Joel Dommett, Milton Jones, Ed Byrne and Paul Chowdhry as well as regular LOL Comedy Club nights each month in the Mortimer Suite.


In music, fans can look forward to concerts with legendary Moody Blues singer songwriter, Justin Hayward, Dr Hook starring Dennis Locorriere, Imelda May and Kate Rusby.


Hull City Hall will also host two events as part of Hull Jazz Festival – An Evening With Pat Metheny on November 11 and GoGo Penguin with live accompaniment to the film Koyaanisqatsi on November 18.


The venue’s popular Classics season begins again in October with the ultimate British spectacular from the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, Last Night of the Proms.


With so much on offer, now is the perfect time to join our brand new Extras membership scheme and take advantage of ticket discounts, priority booking and invitations to exclusive events.

Various membership levels are available including categories for groups, individuals, students and under 25s.

Tickets for the autumn winter season at Hull New Theatre and Hull City Hall are available now.

Book at the Hull City Hall box office or call 01482 300 306. Visit our new website to book online.



Download Brochure Here