Perching high on top of a tricycle vessel, a giant Octopus steers through the crowd, pedalling with her twisted tentacles... (read more)
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Perching high on top of a tricycle vessel, a giant Octopus steers through the crowd, pedalling with her twisted tentacles and performing a series of “aquabatic” contortions as the tricycle cruises the currents.
Councillor Dave Craker, portfolio holder for leisure and tourism, said:“The Council is committed to bringing free and exciting cultural events to the city. This creative programme of street theatre shows that as a city we are building on the success of 2017, ensuring that Hull is renowned as a place with a strong arts scene for many years to come.”
All the performances are free and they will be taking place at various locations in the city centre throughout each day.
The exciting programme of street theatre has been jointly funded by Hull City Council and a grant from ward councillors from the St. Andrews and Docklands ward.
Thursday 30 August – 11am Queen Victoria Square to Trinity Square, 2pm Queen Victoria Square to Jameson Street, 4pm Queen Victoria Square to Trinity Square
Follow @visithull on Twitter on each performance day for more information.