Join us for a special evening including an exclusive question and answer session with the man himself all as part of your ticket!
The Faces broke up in 1975 and Rod Stewart started his own band. One of the most influential guitarists in this lineup was Jim Cregan. Now, more than 40 years, Jim, together with four outstanding musicians, performs that well loved heritage under the name Cregan & Co.
Back for another year of Christmas cheer, this is a rousing concert of two halves.
To celebrate the 500th anniversary of the Reformation, this December Gabrieli revive Praetorius: Mass for Christmas Morning.
Hull Minster's Open Arts Access proudly presents a recital by solo pianist Jill Crossland.
The Hull and East Yorkshire branch of CAMRA have been keeping something rather special to themselves for the last few years, since moving our annual event to Hull’s Holy Trinity Church at the invitation of the church’s vicar the Rev Canon Dr Neal Barnes.
Hull Choral Union are an amateur choir that has been providing high quality music in the City of Hull for over 80 years.
A performance by a modern orchestra of early musical works celebrating 500 years since the Reformation. Motets by Bryd, Geualdo and Josquin will be played by the Invitatione orchestra alongside works by Pucell, Gabrieli, and Bach in the wonderful 13th Century setting of Hull Minster.
We are very excited to have Joshua Lynch (Cello) and Sally Halsey (Piano) playing together at our Open Arts Access programme...
Hull History Group proudly presents their final talk of the season; Heroes and Villains of Hull Minster by John Lawson.
Archaeologist Ken Steedman who has been working on our Development Project will be talking about the medieval Foundations of Hull Minster and share with us what his team has found so far.
As part of Heritage Open Days travel back through time and explore the time capsule left by those who renovated the roof in the 70's with Hull Minster's History Group...