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It's great to be back this week after our time away. You might have seen that we've made a big change since our last newsletter which is our rebrand back to 'Hull What's On'.
We're going in a slightly different direction now where we're still bringing you updates on events and things to do, but we also want to report on good news and great things that are happening around Hull too.
And although we're still at home under lockdown, we felt that it was time to bring back our weekly newsletter.
This week we can bring you a really good list of some online events that we think you'll enjoy. There's plenty of comedy live streams including one from Hull's very own Comedy Lounge. There's also a special Mother's Day service at Hull Minster, an international theatre production from Hull Truck, as well as virtual tours and one that I think I'll be joining... a Friends Quiz!
And don't miss our round up of some unique treat boxes that you can buy from local food businesses. They're perfect for Mother's Day this Sunday.
Whatever you get up to this week, I hope today's edition will fill your head with some great ideas as you stay home and keep safe.
Things might be looking up, but there’s still a way to go before in-person events are back on around Hull. In the meantime, there’s still some pretty decent online events you can enjoy at home that give you a break from the usual TV. Check these out!
With schools returning on Monday and some other adjustments to rules on social contact, the message for Hull is that lockdown has not been lifted. Tim Fielding, Deputy Director of Public Health at Hull City Council...
Rishi Sunak has announced a new budget looking to help the country in it’s recovery from the Covid pandemic. For many people in Hull, the announcement will have a huge impact on them over the next 6 months.
Looking to treat your mum this Mother’s Day? Mother’s Day 2021 is fast approaching and time is running out for securing the perfect treat for the special lady in your life. From afternoon tea, to locally distilled gin, these Mother’s Day treats are bound to make your mum feel special.
This week there’s a couple of great films celebrating International Women’s Day 2021 in Belle (2013) and Hidden Figures (2016). There’s also a Matrix double billing this week, alongside some crowd favourites such as Split (2016), Paddington (2014), and Kingsman: The Secret Service (2014).
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