Summer may be coming to an end, but the happenings in Hull never stop. We’ve picked out some of our favourite events going on in the area this weekend to round off the season with.
This weekend holds an opportunity to celebrate the life of a Hull lad who worked alongside the likes of David Bowie, Lou Reed, Morrissey and others – defining the music of the era. The celebration of Mick Ronson is a fantastic day out for anybody who appreciates music, young or old.
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With the upcoming 400th anniversary of the legendary Shakespeare, commemorate by indulging in a bit of culture and humour at Hull Truck. On the contrary to popular belief, Shakespeare can be for everybody and this play is no exception. The Complete Deaths will bring back the memories of your English classes at school, or be a treat for anybody still studying the subject.
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Taking place in one of the treasures that Hull has to offer, the free Streetlife museum, Big Bus Day is not one to miss. With tonnes of stuff to do and see, this will be a great event for anybody who loves buses and reminiscing the olden days.
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The Guildhall Wedding Fayre is one of Hull’s most prestigious wedding settings. If you’ve got weddings on the brain, it’s the perfect place for you this weekend. Alongside catwalks, the fayre will be host to everything you could possibly need for a wedding day – all in one place. Plus, there are refreshments and a cafe for when you need to take a break from looking for the perfect guest invitations.
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After reaching the finals of BGT, Steve Hewlett is stopping off in Hull as part of his tour. His hilarious routines resonate with those of all ages. Most noteworthy, glowing reviews display that this is not one to miss. Make sure to book tickets while you still can!
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To find out about other events happening this weekend, check out the Hull What’s On event calendar.