As we move into the month of November, we pause to reflect and remember; this Sunday marks the 2023 Royal British Legion Festival of Remembrance. We invite you to join the community as the parade makes its solemn journey from Pease Street to the city centre Cenotaph, culminating in Hull's Service of Remembrance.
This week, we also reached new heights at Hull's new penthouse restaurant and sky garden. Our experience? Read or watch it below, but let's just say you'll want to see (and taste) it for yourself!
And while the evenings grow darker, Hull is set to brighten them up with the Christmas lights switch-on and Santa parade next week. Get ready to kickstart the festive season in style!
There's tons more going on too. Hull Comedy Fest continues to deliver laughs with a stellar line-up until November 19th! Music fans, prepare to be thrilled by McFly at Bridlington Spa as they bring their 'Power to the Play Tour' to our doorstep. And if classic tunes are more your thing, don't miss The Drifters at Hull City Hall for an evening of timeless music.
Check out this week's events roundup article below for all the rest!
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The lane closures on Beverley Road have now been removed as major regeneration works to Brunswick Arcade near completion. The closures between Norfolk Street and Trafalgar Street were removed over the weekend.
Situated on the Princes Dock Street side of Princes Quay with a terrace overlooking the water, the venue boasted amazing food and drinks as well as shuffleboard, arcade machines, board games, and books, all in a rugged but comfy environment.