This weekend there are plenty of activities taking place in Hull and East Yorkshire, so make sure you don’t miss out.
In the hub of the city, tuck into a mixture of street, continental and delicious food. Yum! is offering a multitude of easily accessible activities, from cooking demonstrations to endless market stalls.
Now the summer holidays have officially started, you may be racking your brains for stuff to do with the kids. Well, look no further – make sure to optimise the brilliant museums Hull has to offer and go visit the Romans. This interactive, historical exhibition is one that is engaging and educational and a brilliant way to kick off summer.
As part of the Amy Johnson festival celebrations in her home town, a performance of ‘Altitude’ is taking place in Hull this weekend. It’s an unmissable, unique experience containing park-our, theatrics and heart-racing stunts. So pop down and join the adventure.
Get your giggle on with a special show from the renowned, award-winning (and very funny) Patrick Monahan, who is coming to Hull after performances all around the world. You might even recognise him from shows like ‘Splash!’ and ‘Celebrity Squares’ on ITV. With support acts too, you’ll be crying with laughter by the end of the night.
There’s nothing better than a good BBQ in great weather, so come and join us this weekend for the Dove House Hospice annual summer fair. With cake stalls, bouncy castles, face painters and craft stalls, this is the perfect recipe for a family day out.