I hope your week is off to a fantastic start! As always, there's a ton going on in Hull & East Yorkshire, so let's dig in.
Firstly, if you haven't already made your way to Hull Fair, time is running out! The festivities will be drawing to a close this Saturday.
The other big event of the week is the 50th-anniversary performance of The Rocky Horror Show at Hull New Theatre. This iconic blend of comedy, drama, and unforgettable musical numbers is on until Saturday, and tickets are going fast!
For the foodies among us, you might've missed that we've updated all our Ultimate Food & Drink Guides! Whether you're a fan of cosy cafes, fancy dining, or anything in between, have a look and stay tuned for brand-new guides coming soon!
A few other highlights: Gabrielle will be gracing the Hull City Hall stage on Thursday, celebrating 30 years of her hit single 'Dreams'; and for families with young children with profound and multiple learning disabilities, the multi-sensory production 'Whispering Jungle' by Concrete Youth at Hull City Hall is on Monday and Tuesday, an inclusive, engaging experience not to be missed. Check out our events roundup this week for more!
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Kingswood Laughs is a new regular comedy night taking place inside the popular Rise and Grind Bistro. Expect 4 hilarious stand-up comedians making you laugh your socks off while you drink and dine on the sumptuous menu.
Since opening, Kicks has been hugely successful, in no small part due to their crazy and unique events. But their American-inspired menu is the other secret to their success. We recently returned to have a look at their refreshed menu!