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Delighted to be back with you again this week. Hope you're well.
One of our favourite festivals is back with a bang this week! After an online version took place last year, it's amazing to see the live version of Freedom Festival make a return this year. And this time, it's back for 16 whole days full of street theatre, dancing, acrobatics and even a food festival! I can't wait!
There's so much going on right now, it's amazing to have everything back!
Check out our latest food guide this week as we take a look at Princes Avenue and the incedible restaurants and eateries along there.
Plus we've hand-picked some great events you might love this week!
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It’s another exciting week in Hull, packed to the brim with amazing events. As always the Hull music scene is making sure there’s a fantastic range of live music gigs. As well as a delicious food and drink festival happening in East Park. There’s also a unique spell-binding adventure game happening on the streets of the city centre. Plus another great movie night over at Wrecking Ball.
The fantastic cast of School of Rock are head banging back to the classroom swapping pens and paper for guitars and drumsticks in preparation for the show’s UK touring debut at Hull New Theatre this September.
From Friday 20 August, Hull will once again be able to delight in the joy that Freedom Festival brings to our City. Circus, dance, theatre, film, audio walks and adventures, interactive digital installations, exhibitions, talks and online events and content will engage all ages across the extended 16 day Festival.
As well as being home to some of Hull’s oldest and best loved culinary institutions, Princes Avenue is always introducing new businesses and flavours into the local area, making it a unique and diverse location-perpetually capable of accommodating any local foodie with it’s delicious and impressive delicacies.
The key and most complex part of Highways England’s £355m A63 Castle Street scheme in Hull, lowering the level of the A63 at the Mytongate junction, is underway with the construction of the city centre’s new underpass.
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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