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Welcome back to this week's edition of our Weekly newsletter!
This week we get to celebrate the history of the universe as one of the most brilliant light shows I've seen, comes to Hull.
About Us has been to 4 previous UK cities and is now stopping in Hull to complete its tour. It's on every night this week and is completely free to go watch! We've got all the details below.
Speaking of UK tours, The Cher Show is at Hull New Theatre, Alan Partridge LIVE and Jurassic LIVE are at the Bonus Arena, and Dom Jolly is at the Comedy Lounge!
We've also rounded up some of the hottest deals at local restaurants right now and if you fancy checking out some of the best outdoor art murals around the city, we've put together a round up of the ones you can see right now.
Plus there's local news to kick off!
Whatever you're up to this week, have a great one!
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Hull has been recognised as one of only 138 Tree Cities of the World for its continued efforts to grow and maintain green spaces.
Tree Cities of the World is an accreditation provided by the Arbour Day Foundation and the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations. It recognises cities globally that have demonstrated a clear approach to increasing and protecting tree cover, as well as engaging communities in tree planting and management.
If you have never been attracted to using a gym then you are no different to the 83 percent of the population who feel the same. Yet some 250,000 women have already changed their mind and love being members of Gymophobics.
There’s a wide variety of new releases coming to Hull's cinema screens this month, and thanks to the newly refurbished Cineworld Cinema in Kingswood, you can win a trip to see any film you want for you and your friends.
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.
Local not-for-profit arts magazine and artist collective, The Critical Fish, has launched a free-to-use, community-led directory for artists, creatives and cultural producers living and working in the city.
Leading holiday homes manufacturer Willerby is reinforcing its commitment to sustainability by installing additional electric vehicle charging points as part of a range of green measures across the business.
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.
Get ready for an epic adventure at this state-of-the-art indoor adventure golf course. Intrepid explorers of all ages can ‘putt’ their skills to the test one our two separate 18-hole, rainforest-themed indoor adventure golf courses with amazing special effects and dramatic interactive features.
We're spoiled with another amazing week of events in Hull! The special city centre event, Unboxed: About Us, continues this week after dazzling crowds this weekend; if you haven't seen it yet, now's your chance! There's excitement brewing at Hull New Theatre with the arrival of the brand new The Cher Show, as well as looking forward to welcoming Lord of the Dance next week. Hull Truck host a night of multi-award winning musical comedy with Flo & Joan and Bonus Arena have a Jurassic week with appearances from Alan Partridge and Strictly Come Dancing - The Professionals.
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.
Hull Truck Theatre continues its exciting 50th anniversary programme with a world premiere from playwright John Godber OBE, who has re-imaged his critically acclaimed ‘Teechers’, originally performed in 1987, for the leavers of 2022.
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.
With some bigger chains recently moving to the city we thought it was time to shine a light on some of Hull’s best independent watering holes. Here are 8 of Hull’s favourite independent bars that are perfect for a drink in the sun this spring…
Hull has been blessed with a plethora of talented artists and lately it feels like everywhere you look around the city, there is fantastic artwork to be seen. Local artists have been using Hull as their canvas to express their message and feelings in unique and beautiful ways. Here are some of the amazing outdoor artwork you can find around Hull right now.
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