Tonight is your final chance to see the greatly received Made In Hull installation and Made in Hull Trail in Queen Victoria Square. Sources tell us, there is a second installation being installed overnight and will be launched on Sunday at a time TBC…..What could it be?….


source: Angus Young – Hull Dail Mail




18 Jan – The Pitmen Poets, Pocklington Arts Centre

21 Jan – A Brass Band Spectacular with Brighouse & Rastrick and EYMS Band, Hull City Hall

21 Jan – Let’s Rock 2017, Bridlington Spa

21 Jan – 1 May – Francis Bacon: Screaming Popes, Ferens Art Gallery

24-26 Jan – Anthony Minghella: A Retrospective, Middleton Hall


11 Feb- 22 Apr – Wildlife Photographer of the Year, Beverley Art Gallery

16 Feb – Jay Rayner: The Ten (Food) Commandments, Pocklington Arts Centre

17 – 18 Feb – Mind on the Run: The Basil Kirchen Story, Hull City Hall

21 Feb – Children’s Story Time, Sewerby Hall & Gardens

22- 26 Feb – Back to Ours, a festival style series of shows and performances. They will include comedy, theatre and cabaret at various venues.

24 Feb – 25 Mar – The Hypocrite, a comedy written especially for City of Culture by Hull-born playwright Richard Bean, opens for a three weeks, at Hull Truck theatre.


2 Mar –Bach, Beethoven and Virtuosity, Middleton Hall

3 Mar – Jimmy Carr: The Best of, Ultimate Gold, Greatest Hits, Hull City Hall

8-18 Mar – Heads Up Festival, Kardomah 94 and Hull City Centre

16 Mar – Halle Orchestra, Hull City Hall

17 Mar – Goldilocks and the Three Bears by Northern Ballet, Bridlington Spa

17 Mar – Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars, Fruit, Humber Street

21 Mar – La Boheme, Hull City Hall

25 Mar – The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars: Woody Woodmansey and Tony Visconti Hull City Hall

29 Mar- 11 June – Paul Smith to J K Rowling: BP Portrait Award Commissions from the National Portrait Gallery, Brynmor Jones Library