Who doesn’t love Christmas? It’s my favourite season by far – getting all cosy in a blanket on the sofa with a hot chocolate in hand whilst watching a Christmas film. Or going out and partaking in festive activities!
So here are the top 6 Christmas activities available to you in Hull…
Thursday 7th November 2019 – Saturday 9th November 2019
Hull New Theatre – Adults: £14 / Children: £12
In these uncomfortable, cold weather conditions, why not have a family outing to the
theatre to watch Freckle Production’s adaptation of Julia Donaldson and Axel Scheffler’s
Stick Man? Join Stick Man on his adventure back to his family tree after a challenging
journey filled with unfortunate events.
A Very Country Lifestyle Christmas
Sunday 17th November 2019 – 10:00am
Cave Castle Hotel – free entry
Attend this rustic and interiors event to create a stunning Christmas with decorative antiques, vintage homewares, exquisite French and country furnishings, floristry, natural decorations, artisan gifts and so much more! Refreshments will be available in the Castle Bistro; there is free onsite parking and entry.
Scandinavian Christmas Market
Friday 29th – Saturday 30th November 2019 – 3:00pm – 8:00pm
Danish Church – £1.50 entry
What’s not to love about a market? Discover a large collection of Scandinavian Christmas decorations, gifts, candles, and speciality foods; taste the open sandwiches at “The Captain’s Table.”
Friday 29th November 2019 – Saturday 4th January 2020
Hull Truck Theatre – from £10
Let original music, dancing, flying, and the magic of your imagination take you on the journey of Peter Pan, tending to that inner-child in your heart. To Neverland to play, make beautiful family memories watching a thoroughly loved Disney classic that warms our hearts and pulls on your heart strings.
Ferriby Screen Presents: Beauty & the Beast
Friday 6th December 2019 – 7:30pm
North Ferriby Village Hall – £5
Do you remember the joy it brought to see one of Disney’s classics turned into a live action starring the incredible Emma Watson and Dan Stevens? Well you can watch Beauty & the Beast this Christmas at North Ferriby Village Hall! Reminisce in the story of a cursed Prince trying to be freed of his beastly appearance when he falls in love with book-lover Belle, who he imprisoned in his enchanted castle.
Hull Santa Run
Saturday 8th December 2019 – 11:00am – 3:00pm
Pickering Park – £5 – £12
Within the grounds of Pickering Park, you can take part in dressing up and being involved in an enjoyable activity whilst raising money for a club, school, team or charity! Take part in this 3km course, receiving a medal for your achievement with your Santa Suit already being included in your entry fee. However, places are limited to 500 people so make sure you sign up soon!