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Greetings earthlings and welcome to another edition of Weekly What's On!
Great news to kick off the newsletter, it was announced this week that Humber Street Sesh will be returning for 2022 at its rightful home of Hull Marina for the first time in three-years! Early bird tickets are now available and stay subscribed to Hull What's On for more updates on the festival.
In this week's newsletter, our local foodie Ben takes us on a tour of the incredible street food hall inside Trinity Market. A whole plethora of different vendors can be found inside who serve some delicious food from all around the world.
Also this week, we're looking ahead to the long summer days in which you may fancy a lovely walk. Liam has scouted out some of the area's most scenic routes that are able to be enjoyed by walkers of all abilities.
And as always, Ian has rounded up this week's top events happening across the city including Lord of the Dance, Alan Partridge, Michael Kiwanuka, Declan McKenna, The Elton Show, and The Great British Food Festival.
Have a great week!
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Humber Street Sesh, the multi award-winning music festival will return to its spiritual home on Hull Marina, Saturday August 13th, with early bird tickets on sale now.
Festival organisers, Sesh Events Ltd, are delighted to bring the festival back to its birthplace after three years away. The pandemic put paid to the festival in 2020, followed by flood barrier work preventing Humber Street Sesh 2021.
With more than 150 shows this summer, Bridlington Spa has released details of their summer season. The new programme sees a real focus on this with a host of top acts heading to the Yorkshire coast over the summer season, with names such as Rag’n’Bone Man, McFly, The Kooks, James Arthur, Gabrielle and The Enemy all confirmed between June and September
Acredited with Hull City Council, John Ainsley can buy any house quickly for cash. Get a free valuation within 48 hours and take the hassle out of selling your house. He'll do all the paperwork and even pay your solicitors costs.
The move comes in line with Hull City Council’s Cabinet decision made in December 2021 to retain 7am – 6.30pm bus lanes following a successful trial period in which buses reported nine per cent faster journey times.
Independent insurance broker, McClarrons, have, just last week, opened new premises at Hesslewood Office Park. The move also sees the McClarron family-name return to Hull – with Executive Chairman, Sean McClarron’s, Great Uncle & Aunty, Roy and Rita, having been fruit merchants on Wellington Street into the 1970’s, as well as being heavily involved with Craven Park’s greyhound racing scene.
Join us on Saturday 28th May to celebrate our 1st Birthday in EPIC style! 🥳 Birthday cake 🥳 Balloons 🥳 Face painting (11am – 3pm)* 🥳 Indiana Jones Photo Booth * 🥳 LIVE MUSIC from 6pm 🥳 Cocktail & waffle samples
We have another fantastic week of events in Hull, packed with shows and gigs for both the weekend and the days leading up to it. Hull New Theatre celebrates 25 years of Lord of the Dance, Bonus Arena sees another round of Alan Partridge as well as a visit from Michael Kiwanuka, plus some amazing gigs including hit-maker Declan McKenna and a tribute to the Rocketman in The Elton Show. The Great British Food Festival also takes place on the weekend, making for a great day out.
Sewerby Hall and Gardens will host the 57th edition of the Wildlife Photographer of the Year exhibition. On loan from the Natural History Museum in London, the exhibition features exceptional images which capture fascinating animal behaviour, spectacular species and the breathtaking diversity of the natural world.
After a successful and extremely popular run in April, ‘Paint the Town Fred’, a new play about Beverley’s best-known artists, Fred and Mary Elwell, will return to the East Riding Theatre in Beverley for an extended run in early June.
Street food is all the rage amongst foodies and it’s easy to see why: fantastic tasting food, wrapped up in a nice, easy to eat package, which makes for a quick lunch if you’re in a rush. Luckily for us in Hull, we have a whole hall which is packed with amazing street food vendors that are offering great tasting, and often unique, eating experiences; all whilst keeping the costs down.
Is there anything better than going out for lovely meal? Maybe when you're paying less for it! We've gathered some of the best deals happening across some of Hull's finest restaurants, so you can enjoy a delicious meal out for a little less.
As the warmer weather creeps in no doubt many of us will be after ways to enjoy the great outdoors; fortunately, Hull and the surrounding area are both endowed with a plethora of scenic walks that are, typically, able to be enjoyed by walkers of all abilities. To that end, here are five of East Yorkshire’s most scenic walks which you may be able to enjoy this summer.
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