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Welcome back to another edition of our weekly newsletter!
In a statement issued by Hull City Council yesterday it was revealed that the floral tributes and memorial cards dedicated to the late Queen Elizabeth II will become a part of Hull's history.
The floral tributes will be moved to a community garden in Pearson Park where they will be composted and the memorial cards will be taken to Hull's History Centre to be scanned and entered into the city's archive. So if you left a memorial card, your message will be part of Hull's history!
We've got our funny bone activated this week as we're taking a look to the arrival of Autumn and the big name comedians who will be visiting the city. Thanks to Hull's premier venues - Hull City Hall, Bonus Arena, and Comedy Lounge - we can expect a whole load of belly laughs all season long.
From the likes of Jack Dee, Katherine Ryan, and Jimmy Carr, the city will have something to laugh about in the back-end (haha!) of this year.
If you're looking forward to a meal out with loved ones this autumn, then why not check out the city's finest Indian restaurants? Our local foodie Ben has created a list of the highest rated restaurants in the area so you can enjoy some incredible Indian cuisine.
And as always we have a round-up of this week's biggest and best events happening across the city.
A new sporting and entertainment venue has confirmed its plans to open in Hull’s...
This week's best offers around Hull
Before you head out anywhere in Hull & East Yorkshire, check out these amazing offers from local businesses. From incredible experiences, to restaurant discounts and meal deals. Offers are available to all – no membership required!
Hull Fair and a bunch more fun and spooky events are right around the corner as we enter October! Until then, we’ve got another selection of fantastic events, ranging from theatre events such as Ladies Unleashed, live music from stars such as Elkie Brooks, and comedy from the likes of Katherine Ryan and Jon Richardson… and more!
Such is the popularity of Indian food in the UK that recently Chicken Tikka Masala was voted the nation's favourite meal. Whether it's a family outing to a curry house on a Saturday night, or an indulgent takeaway perfect for rainy nights in after work, the British public just can't get enough of Indian food and all it has to offer!
Thankfully, Hull and East Yorkshire boasts a number of impressive eateries and restaurants that specialise in Indian Cuisine - delighting eager and curious customers with everything from Saag Aloo to Prawn Puri. For your culinary benefit, here are the finest Indian restaurants Hull and East Yorkshire has to offer.
When I moved to Hull, I decided to take myself on a small excursion into the city centre and was immediately captured by its fascinating history and ever-curious present. Happily, I can now call the city centre my home and, fortunately, bear witness to many of its delights which include the Trinity Market, Hepworth Arcade, Marina, City Hall, and Old Town amongst many others. I hope that in this article, I can elucidate these delights and do this charming centre-piece of Hull justice with my words.
Our city’s premier venues Hull City Hall, Bonus Arena, and Comedy Lounge will play host to a suite of comedic talent this Autumn. Courtesy of the side-splitting talent on offer, Hullensians partial to a laugh will be spoilt for choice! To that end, fill your boots and find out who and what are performing via our list.
Hull is a cultural hub, celebrating art in all forms for all residents to enjoy. As the weather begins to cool down this autumn, why not seek warmth from inside the area’s premier galleries & venues and marvel over some fantastic exhibitions that are taking place. Here is what’s coming up this autumn…
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