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Welcome back to our weekly exploration of all things what's on.
Summer may almost over (boo!) but Hull has one more trick up its sleeve before the season ends. That's right, Sesh is back, and they're back with a bang! After the cancellation of Humber Street Sesh, the team partnered with Hull City Council to deliver Inner City Sesh. The festival is taking place in Queen's Gardens this Saturday and is playing host to an abundance of local talent.
If that doesn't tickle your fancy, we've got a guide to even more events happening across the city this week, as well as breakdown of all the best theatre happening across the region all Autumn long.
You may have noticed that Hull is quickly becoming the unofficial vegan capital of the north, with new cruelty-free eateries opening across the city. This week we're highlighting some of Hull's dedicated vegan and vegetarian restaurants who are serving up some delicious, meat-free dishes.
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I hope you enjoy this week's addition of our newsletter, and most importantly, I hope you have a fantastic week.
A host of local talent will headline Inner City Sesh next weekend – a 15,000-capacity music festival in Queens Gardens. Following the cancellation of the hugely popular music and art festival Humber Street Sesh, the Sesh Events team partnered with Hull City Council to deliver Inner City Sesh on Saturday 18 September.
In just eight weeks, more than 3,457 people in Hull received a vaccine at pop-up clinics held in parks, churches and communities. A total of 3,436 people collected at-home no-symptom test (LFT) kits, and 266 had an LFT on-site.
Specialist Nurses in organ donation, based at Hull Royal Infirmary and Castle Hill Hospital, will use a 3D interactive torso with removable organs including the heart, liver, pancreas and gall bladder, when they tour schools to explain their work.
Hospital emergency teams sprang into action today as part of their training for a major chemical spill in the city. Operation Hoddle was set up by Hull University Teaching Hospitals (HUTH) to test staff’s response to a chemical or hazardous waste accident.
The University of Hull’s first ever cohort of Paramedic Science students, who will be celebrating their success this week at graduation, are set to provide a boost to local NHS and healthcare services.
This week sink your teeth into some Rock n Roll tomfoolery in both School of Rock The Musical at Hull New Theatre and Turn and Face the Strange at Hull Truck. There’s also some amazing culture based events including 2021 Open Exhibition and Pride in Our City at Ferens Art Gallery, and ‘LOST IN MUSIC’. We’ve also got live entertainment in the form of Comedy Lounge’s Saturday Night Live and A Question of Sport Live at Bonus Arena. Inner City Sesh is happening this weekend and is showcasing the best of local talent, from music to street food.
Turn and Face the Strange returns to Hull Truck Theatre with a 2021 Special Edition featuring new songs and stories along with all the stunning multi-media elements that have wowed audiences over the past few years.
The Wanted will bring their comeback tour to Hull next year. The boyband are set to reunite for the first time in seven years for a special charity concert, as well as releasing a greatest hits album including new music.
After wowing crowds at a sold out gig at the Bonus Arena in 2019, X-Factor winner James Arthur will return to Hull next year. The winner of the 9th series of the TV talent show will perform on the Arena’s stage on 15 March 2022.
Opening on Saturday, 16 October at Beverley Art Gallery will be ‘Reflections of Japan in East Yorkshire’, a unique exhibition bringing together a selection of items from private collections across East Yorkshire and artwork by Laura Boswell.
Is there a better evening out than heading to the theatre and watching an amazing, star-studded production? Luckily here in Hull and East Yorkshire we’re surrounded by some of the best theatres the country has to offer, and they are always putting on sensation shows.
Hull is quickly becoming the unofficial vegan capital of Yorkshire with new cruelty-free eateries popping up across the city. It has never been easier to enjoy a fantastic meat-free meal with many restaurants offering a range of amazing vegan/vegetarian options on their menus. However Hull & East Yorkshire has some top of the range dedicated vegan and vegetarian restaurants serving up the tastiest innovations in plant-based culinary.
What can be better than going out for a comforting and delicious meal with the family? Be it for a specific celebration, or simply for something to do on a Friday night, for years close knit families have enjoyed one another’s company in homely and friendly establishments that also provide good quality food that accommodates all.
For over fifty years Oriental cuisine has been an admired, and integrated, part of British dining culture. Be it a Chinese takeaway fit for Friday night’s after work, or a swish Japanese restaurant perfect for romantic couples seeking to try something new, the British public are thoroughly taken with Oriental cuisine and all it has to offer us.
You might not know it, but things are changing in Hull. This city has been changing constantly over the past 15 years and there’s plenty more in the pipeline that you can start to get excited about.
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