Long Live The Kings of Hull

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    Long Live The Kings Of Hull Written & Directed by John Godber Long live the Kings is the (read more)

    Wed 5 Sep 2018 - Sat 15 Sep 2018, 7:30 pm - 10:30 pm
    Hull New Theatre
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    Long Live The Kings Of Hull

    Written & Directed by John Godber

    Long live the Kings is the hilarious sequel to last year’s record breaking hit, The Kings of Hull.
    Join Malc and his family on a P&O Ferries’ Dutch Dash, as they discover that it’s not only the sea that gets rough. It could be Rotterdam or anywhere, but when you take the Kings out of Hull, the sparks still fly. Whoever said that the family was dead?…

    Long live the Kings of Hull.

    hulltheatres.co.uk

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