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Humber Street Sesh 4 – A Riot Of Colours and Characters

Back in 2013 I said they were yet to compose their opus, but early contenders for festival pick of the day Dead Hormones, won over the early crowds with their midday slot on the Alternative stage. Reaching out with dynamic melodies and a magnetism that pulls you helplessly in The Dead Hormones remain under the radar somewhat.  The new EP expected later this year, will surely help cement their deserved place in Hull’s pulsating music scene.
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Breakout The Branding For 2017

I can think of few better places than Thieving Harry’s on the corner of Humber Street to invite interested parties to come together to discuss the brand identity for 2017. With the sun streaming through the windows, it was just a shame that we had to spend three hours upstairs eating brownies and drinking Thieving Harry’s renowned coffee.  Continue reading

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Heartsong Hits All the Right Notes

Just experienced my first evening with Heartsong, a singing group, that meets fortnightly at Artlink.  The last song of the evening is going around in my head as I head home.

O way Ana heya wa heya heya
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Hundreds Show Their Faces

Launched to much fanfare and acclaim on Thursday 2 April, The Changing Face of Hull attracted a huge crowd to The Space inside Hull Library. Officially opened by way of a very warm, inclusive speech by the Deputy Lord Mayor Cllr. Anita Harrison. The exhibition continues until 30th April.  Continue reading

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Kardomah 94 Donor Scheme Supporting Communities

The Donor Scheme at Kardomah 94 on Alfred Gelder Street in Hull actively facilitates community organisations and breaks down barriers to wider interaction with arts-based events.    Continue reading

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