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Step into the majestic Hull City Hall, where top-class entertainment has reigned for over a century.
The venue has a capacity of 1,300 and has showcased an amazing array of dance events, contemporary live music, headline comedy acts, the world’s leading orchestras, celebrities, adventurers, drama, musicals, opera and even a bit of wrestling thrown into the ring. All have entertained packed houses under the backdrop of one of the largest working organs in the country.
Our exciting and dynamic dance events attract the very best companies from around the world ensuring a rich and varied programme, that caters for all ages and tastes, from specially created children’s shows, classical and comedic ballet, to cutting-edge dance.
Our second performance space - The Mortimer Suite - has a stunning atrium and beautiful domed ceiling providing a glorious backdrop for private events including workshops, weddings, ceremonies, and banquets.
Hull City Hall continues to attract the biggest star names and entertainment to the city, as well as, hosting community and business events such as conferences, fairs, degree ceremonies, school concerts, awards, talent shows, exhibitions and private celebrations. Find out more through our website.
Hull City Hall
Queen Victoria Square,
Phone: 01482 300306
Hull New Theatre is a receiving venue attracting international touring companies and delivering the best large-scale productions in the world of entertainment. A £16m refurbishment project was completed in 2017 allowing the theatre to stage spectacular dance productions in a wide variety of styles including ballet, commercial and contemporary dance. Hull New Theatre hosts regular visits from Northern Ballet, Matthew Bourne & Raymond Gubbay’s traditional ballet. Recently, the venue has launched a partnership with McNicol Ballet Collective to be an associate dance company and is a proud member of the Dance Consortium. The revamped venue features improved access facilities, ensuring the theatre is an inclusive place for everyone to enjoy. The revamp includes a level entrance and accessible foyer, an increased number of wheelchair spaces in the stalls, dedicated changing places, toilets and lifts providing access to various floors. It also boasts new flexible performance spaces allowing us to give a voice to emerging talent and to work more closely with world-class artistic partners.
Since its beginnings in 1939, the theatre continues to stand proud and is a testament to the theatre’s founder Peppino Santangelo’s dream of ‘playing for the people’. To find out more about us please see our website.
Hull New Theatre
Hull Truck Theatre is a pioneering theatre space with a unique northern voice, locally rooted, global in outlook, inspiring artists, audiences and communities to reach their greatest potential. Our core values are inclusion, innovation and integrity.
We’re open to all genres/styles of dance. In the past, we have typically programmed circus and contemporary dance - usually as part of city-wide programmes like Freedom Festival. We believe movement and dance can deepen an audience's connection and enjoyment of a work.
We produce/present inspiring work reflecting the diversity of modern Britain, provide resources, spaces and support to grow people and ideas. Without our supportive audiences, generous funders, talented artists, passionate participants and dedicated staff, we wouldn’t have kept our place at the heart of Hull’s creative core for half a century.
Through working with schools and local communities we engage thousands of young people, disabled groups and adults, offering opportunities to participate in the arts, whether the first step into a career, a way to build confidence and meet people, or part of a rounded education. Our ground-breaking Community Dialogues programme builds on long-term partnerships within Hull’s local communities, addressing inequalities in accessing the arts.
For more information see our link.
Hull Truck Theatre