City of Culture

The first season, Made in Hull, will run from January to March. It will begin on 1 January with a spectacular opening event over seven days. Also called Made in Hull, it is curated by the Hull-born, award-winning documentary filmmaker Sean McAllister, renowned for thought-provoking work, including the BAFTA nominated ‘A Syrian Love Story’.

Staged across the city centre, Made in Hull will feature large-scale projections and illumination onto buildings and the historic skyline, moving images and live performance, to tell the story of the last 70 years of the city’s life.  The streets will speak and the buildings will tell stories. On Hull’s Maritime Museum images will tell stories of Hull’s rich fishing heritage.

1st – 7th January 2017 – 4pm – 9pm FREE EVENT suitable for all ages.

 

Net braiding events in Hull

All welcome to come and have a go

Hull History Centre

Tuesday 24/01/2017 1P,-3PM

Hull Maritime Museum

Saturday 28/01/2017 1PM – 3PM

Bransholme Library

Thursday 02/02/2017 2PM-4PM

Central library

Tuesday 07/02/2017 2PM-4PM

Ings Library

Thursday 16/02/2017 2.30PM-4.30PM

Octagon Centre

Monday 20/02/2017 11AM-1PM

Age UK – Hull

Thursday 02/03/2017 11AM-1PM

Age UK – Hull

Thursday 09/03/2017 11AM-1PM

Western Library

Thursday 16/03/17 2PM-4PM

Freedom Centre

Wednesday 22/03/2017 1PM-3PM