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Welcome back, I hope you enjoyed your Jubilee weekend!
This week we're continuing to look ahead to the summer and covering the exciting season of theatre which is ahead of us.
There's amazing shows being staged across Hull & East Yorkshire from touring productions to homegrown theatre, including the likes of Les Misérables, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, and The Three Musketeers.
If you're looking to eat out this month, our local foodie Ben has made a list of some fantastic restaurant deals happening in some of the area's best eateries so you can enjoy a meal out for less.
And as always we've rounded up this week's events happening throughout Hull & East Yorkshire.
This week sees a series of informative talks at The Deep, stand-up comedy from Al Murray and Paul Zerdin, music from the Electric Ladies and Paloma Faith, and the return of Hull Street Food Nights!
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Hull FC and Hull KR have teamed up with the local NHS to run free wellbeing sessions for men and women looking to get back into fitness.
Perfect for anyone who has taken their eye off the ball with their health and fitness, Match Fit, Unite Fitness and Food for Thought offer a varied programme of fitness activities under the guidance of qualified personal trainers and coaches.
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.
Hull's epic state-of-the-art indoor adventure golf course - Located inside St Stephen’s, intrepid explorers of all ages can ‘putt’ their skills to the test on two separate 18-hole, rainforest-themed indoor adventure golf courses.
After that exciting 4-day Jubilee weekend, we've got a list of events to keep your spirits up and keep you out and about this week. The Deep is hosting a series of informative talks, covering helicopter rescues, the Humber ecosystem, and more. Stand-up comedy from Al Murray and Paul Zerdin bring the laughs, and there's music from the Electric Ladies, Paloma Faith, and more. Street Food Nights, starting this week, provide a great opportunity to get out and enjoy a wide range of hot food and drinks taking inspiration from all over the world.
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.
With more than 150 shows this summer, Bridlington Spa has released details of their summer season.
A host of top acts are 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
With all the mayhem and festivities of the Platinum Jubilee having now finished, there’s no better time than now for winding down and relaxing by indulging in some of Hull and East Yorkshire’s best food, made even better by some amazing offers!
Summer is finally here and with it comes the opportunity of visiting some of Hull and East Yorkshire's finest new eateries and restaurants, and with the current string of amazing weather there's no better time for sitting outside with family and friends to eat, drink, and socialise.
Got a special occasion coming up, or just feeling fancy? With the sun starting to come out in the wake of summer, you might want to go out and dine in style. Well there’s nowhere better than these local fine dining restaurants to dress up smart and eat some amazing and unique dishes.
This summer, our region, which is blessed with a number of outstanding theatrical venues, welcomes some truly exciting theatre! From the blockbuster Les Misérables to an intimate account of Arthur Duncan’s Old Mother Riley, Hull, and East Yorkshire has it all.
Indulging in some hopeful dream home hunting is an escapist’s dream and there is no better place than Hull to do it which, being in possession of magnificent housing stock, is dream home galore. To that end, this article presents a list of five dream homes.
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