So the referendum is finally over, it’s time to get out there and live life again. So we’ve hand-picked our top events to go to this weekend, all taking place around Hull and East Yorkshire. Enjoy!
Residents Association (Friday)
The World-Famous Adelphi Club plays hose to some of the finest club tunes across a variety of genres, all played by 10 top DJs playing short sets.
If folk music is more your thing, then check our this new monthly evening at Kardomah94 in the city centre. Leeds-based folk-roots duo Rum Doodle come to Hull, Martin Brennan on guitar and vocals, and BB Tim on guitar.
Humber Bridge Soapbox Derby 2016 (Saturday)
If you recover in time from your night out, then this popular ‘build-your-own-car’ fun-filled race is back at the bridge this year, and it’s bigger and better than ever before. So get up, take your family and watch the calamities unfold.
Glam Festiv-Hull 2016 (Saturday)
The 70s, 80s, and 90s glam-rock era is reborn in Hull with this massive 5-band live music festival playing tribute to the era of wild hair, make-up and feather scarves.
Comedy Warehouse (Saturday)
It’s time to ditch the politics and sit down for a good laugh at Fruit’s very popular monthly comedy night. There’s some of the very best the comedy scene has to offer!
Cottingham Open Gardens (Sunday)
If the weather holds out, this could be the perfect quiet Sunday afternoon. Explore a range of 20 beautiful private gardens as residents of Cottingham open them up to the public to raise money for Dove House.