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Female- led Festival celebrates local artists this July

East Riding Theatre’s Company in Residence, She Productions, are hosting their first festival She Fest this summer, creating a platform for other local female talent. Continue reading

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Heads Up Festival back with theatre that makes a difference

Heads Up Festival’s autumn 2018 season will take place from September 12 – September 22 at various venues, including Kardomah94, the University of Hull and Hull Central Library. Continue reading

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Heads Up Festival hits the big 10 

Ten seasons over five years and a ton of shows later, Hull’s Heads Up Festival, is celebrating with a sit down show on anthropology and antiques, a Hull-noir novel staged live, stand out plays around death and daffodils, the contemplation of light, a love letter from Liverpool And a disco with sponges for the under 5’s. Continue reading

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It’s festival number 10 for Heads Up

Heads Up Festival’s spring 2018 season – the 10th Heads Up Festival – will take place from March 2 – March 17 at various venues, including Kardomah94, Hull Minster and Hull Central Library. Continue reading

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City comes out in support of Lil’s Lasses

‘That lass playing Lil Bilocca’s good ‘int she?’ I say. ‘Yeah she is and she’s got all her mannerisms an’ all,’ this comes from a woman who used to see Mrs Bilocca on road.  Continue reading

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Festive Return for Hull’s Angel

Hull’s Angel. Written by Janet Plater. Directed by Matt Jamie 19th – 24th December, Kardomah 94, Hull. Following the recent success of her critically-acclaimed play, The Gaul (**** The Guardian), Janet Plater serves up a festive treat to delight both Hull and Newcastle audiences (13th – 16th December, Alphabetti Theatre, Newcastle) Continue reading

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Hull’s Heads Up Festival returns to the city in October

The twice-yearly event presents some of the most exciting, challenging theatre and is produced by Ensemble 52 in partnership with Battersea Arts Centre. The festival runs from October 5 to October 15, 2016. This season’s programme of work includes work originally developed at Battersea Arts Centre alongside some of the most exciting work produced out of the city. Continue reading

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Educating Rita At Hull Truck: An Appreciation

There can’t have been many in Tuesday night’s audience who hadn’t seen Julie Walters and Michael Caine on-screen as Rita and Frank. Set in Thatcher’s Britain the 1983 film adaptation of Educating Rita went on to achieve multi-awards success, providing career defining roles for both actors.  Continue reading

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LO:CUS Demystifying Dance at Heads Up Debut

What do you expect to see when you go to a dance show? Dancers dancing, bodies moving in time, some kind of accompanying music? Making their debut at Heads Up Festival, LO:CUS Dance Theatre celebrate their first year as a company, with a varied programme of new and reworked pieces, presented to a packed house at Kardomah 94.  Continue reading

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Biscuit! Biscuit! Biscuit! Backstage In Biscuitland

In Backstage in Biscuitland, Jess Thom welcomes everyone into her surreal world, sits them down and offers them a biscuit. You may remember her from a really colourful and fascinating, interview she did on the Russell Howard show Good News. Tonight (Sat 12 March) is the fourth date of her UK tour at Kardomah 94 – part of Heads Up Festival in Hull. Continue reading

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