One Hull Of A City: the Beast Of Barmston Drain
The New Adelphi Hull Hull
Sunday, 5th June 2016
Black Kes will be performing the mini rock operetta; The Beast of Barmston
Entry price (public): £5 otd / £4 adv
That’ll Be The Day
Hull City Hall Hull
Thursday 9th June 2016
A showcase of rock ‘n’roll songs from the 1950s to the 1970s.
7:30pm til 11:00pm. CALL HULL 300 300
KC STADIUM HULL
Tuesady 14th June 2016, 5PM
The platinum-selling pop and rock vocalist, formerly the singer for The Jeff Beck Group and Faces, performs his hits including Maggie May, Da Ya Think I’m Sexy? and You Wear It Well.
Kate Rusby, Time Edey & Anthony John Clarke at Beverley Racecourse
Friday, 17 June 2016
Of all the stars in Folk Music’s wondrous firmament few shine as brightly as Yorkshire’s Kate Rusby. Kate’s soulful vocals resonate with the wistful beauty of an earthbound angel. Musician of the year 2012 at BBC R2 Folk Awards, multi instrumentalist and singer, Tim Edey has toured the world and recorded with major names in Celtic/Contemporary roots music Anthony John Clarke has been involved in music for many years now, has recorded twelve albums, three singles and published two songbooks. He also wrote the immortal ‘Tuesday Night is Always Karaoke’, has played in hundreds of clubs and festivals in the UK, Europe, Australasia and the USA. A proper guitarist with an instantly recognisable voice,
HUMBER STREET SESH 2016,
Saturday,6TH AUG 2016 – 10:00AM
Humber Street Sesh is a festival to promote and celebrate the excellence and diversity of Hull’s creative community. The festival played a significant role in raising the city’s cultural ambitions, including our successful UK City of Culture 2017 bid. Humber Street Sesh, now in its fifth year, is a unique festival that brings the people of Hull together.
Spawned from a local live music night in 2012, Humber Street Sesh is a city’s celebration of its creative talent.
For value for money, there is no other event like this; 180 original bands and acts will perform on the day, across 12 stages on Hull Marina, and local art will be seen on every corner and in every warehouse. 32,000 people are expected to attend. The full band line up will be announced very soon; the twelve hour, one-day festival will include:
* 180 of the CITY’S FINEST BANDS & ACTS
* 12 LIVE MUSIC STAGES
* SILENT DISCO
* LIVE STREET ART
* ART INSTALLATIONS
* DJs TENT
* SKATE PARK
* RAP BATTLES
* FESTIVAL BARS
* STREET CAFES
* STREET MARKET
* STREET FOOD
* STREET ENTERTAINERS
* PHOTO EXHIBITIONS
* ARTS & CRAFTS AND MUCH MORE
£7.00 (+bf) advance wristband on sale May 8th until July 29th
£10.00 on the gate on the day
(Under 12), when accompanied by an adult, go FREE! These free tickets can be picked up on the day from the HSS ticket booths).
AMY JOHNSON FESTIVAL:
1 JULY – 6 SEPTEMBER 2016
2016 is the 75th anniversary of the death of Amy Johnson, Hull’s flying heroine. Born in Hull in 1903, Amy Johnson CBE was one of the most influential and inspirational women of the twentieth century. She was the first woman to fly solo from England to Australia and set a string of other records throughout her career.
The programme will focus on, reflect, or be inspired by five key themes:
The life and flying achievements of Amy Johnson, Telling her story, key moments in her life, her personal struggles and achievements. Women’s equality and liberation. The freedom of the skies – the growth and impact of aviation. The role of aviation in international communications, in widening horizons, making the world a smaller and more accessible place for many more people. Aircraft engineering, the physics of flight.
The culture of the 1930s: Music, fashions, literature, visual arts, architecture, domestic life – aspects of Thirties
World cultures – then and now
A major site specific performance by Ensemble 52
an exhibition of contemporary British art of the period,
the opera ‘Amy’s Last Dive’ to be performed at Hull Truck,
A biographical exhibition – A Portrait of Amy – sourced from extensive Hull Daily Mail archives and beyond,
Flight Path – a commissioned suite of music and visual imagery reflecting the countries on her route to Australia,
‘Engineered’ – a major exhibition of sculpture with Leonardo da Vinci ‘flying machines’ as the centrepiece augmented with work by contemporary artists for whom engineering is central to their practice.
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