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There's been a huge step this week in lockdown easing up. Shops have opened, swimming pools are back and beer gardens are flowing again. It's a positive step and hopefully the roadmap will stay on track and we'll back to normal in just 10 weeks!
With that in mind, we've got another round up for you this week... this time focusing on the top tribute acts coming to Hull later this year. Michael Jackson, David Bowie, Tina Turner, Whitney Houston, and so many more. Check it out and get your tickets booked in while they're still available.
In the news, Hammonds have announced their plans for the ground floor Food Hall, and there's an update on the Humber Bridge footpath reopening. There's more festival news with Humber Mouth and Big Malarkey working on plans for this year too!
For this week, we've found 10 great events you can join in with online this week and a round up of the most unique vintage clothes shops around Hull.
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With lockdown gradually easing up, there will soon be lots more live events happening in and around Hull for you to watch in person! Whilst we wait though and still spending lots of time at home, here are some great online events for you to have a look at this week…
Preparations are underway for the return of Hull’s much-loved family festival, The Big Malarkey. The festival will bring together well-known authors and illustrators alongside local artists, creators and makers in a careful, considered and socially distanced way...
Hull’s writing community is being celebrated with four new writing commissions for the Humber Mouth literature festival. The new stories and poems written for radio will be broadcast on BBC Radio Humberside.
It’s the Easter holidays and with the second stage of the Government’s roadmap out of lockdown now in play, with it comes a slew of changes to the rules. We’ve rounded up the top 11 playgrounds in Hull which you can now take the kids to.
It’s the school holidays! I can hear parents all over Hull cheering in excitement having only just sent their kids back to school! Well do not worry... There might not seem much to do, but we’ve got some great ideas of things you CAN do this Easter Holiday around our great city.
It’s been far too long since we’ve experienced a great gig. The roadmap out of lockdown is steadily progressing and life is gradually getting back to normal.
If all goes to plan, it’s only 10 weeks now until the big music venues around Hull & East Yorkshire can reopen and offer up those big nights out once again. Recently we covered the biggest original artists who are coming to our region after lockdown, but how about those favourite tributes to your musical heroes that we love?
Check out this list of the top tribute bands planning to come to Hull & East Yorkshire after Lockdown in 2021!
It’s been a tough old start to 2021. But things are looking up with the biggest 'back to normal' changes since last year. Shops, swimming and restaurants are all back! Here’s the full detail of what’s reopened around Hull yesterday...
Nothing beats a cold refreshing drink with your family and friends in the sun. And now that Beer Gardens are open all over Hull & East Yorkshire, we’ve rounded up some of the most incredible and unique beer gardens around the region.
Step 2 of the government’s roadmap out of COVID lockdown restrictions is just around the corner and this one might be one of the most exciting – the pubs are back! From 12th April, hospitality venues will be allowed to serve people outdoors...
As lockdown restrictions start to wind down, it’s time to start looking forward to outdoor dining. And after the hint of summer weather last week, I for one am excited to get out there and eat some yummy local food in the sun.
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