Chilli Devil's bar in Hull's Old Town is set to capitalise on the success of their acoustic stage for the Trinity Festival with a revamped weekly acoustic night featuring local performers.read more
Leaders of the blue chip businesses backing Hull’s pioneering new employer-led school have been given an exclusive preview of the £10m building, packed with £1.6m of cutting-edge technology.read more
Hull’s historic Trinity House charity is supporting Hull Minster’s exciting future, building on links going back almost 700 years.read more
The free English, Maths and IT courses that in2wrk deliver has contributed to the recent fall in unemployment numbers in Hull - according to the adult training provider.read more
The Carnegie Heritage Centre in Hull is publishing a new trail of the city centre as part of Hull UK City of Culture 2017. The ‘Hull Firsts Trail’, developed by volunteers at the Centre, is a walking tour based on ‘firsts’ for the city, such as Amy Johnson, Sir John Hall and eighteen other unique people and placesread more
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A planning application has been lodged for the repair and redevelopment of 61-63 Humber Street which houses Fruit, including the creation of a new, purpose-built and sound-proofed multi-arts performance venue, accommodated partly within and also extending to the rear of the building.