We are excited to have Salt Music perform at our Open Arts Access paying tribute to those who lost their loves at sea and the community of Hessle Road through poems by Angela Brodie and music by Steve Halliwell.
Hull History Group proudly presents their final talk of the season; Heroes and Villains of Hull Minster by John Lawson.
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 Minster’s Open Arts Access programme proudly presents…The Trap
This great event is a public reading of Billany’s WWII novel The Trap and will be read out over three days by volunteers from Theatre On The Edge.
The East Yorkshire Motor Service Band presents a concert of music for a summer evening, with our special guests the Beverley Male Voice Choir conducted by Liz Wilson.
Concert7.30pm and tickets are £10.00. EYMS guests for the evening will be the Beverley Male Voice Choir.
Graziana Presicce is an Italian pianist, currently working through her PhD studies in Music Performance at the University of Hull as part of the university's scholarship programme. Graziana graduated in 2012 with a First Class BA Music Degree at the University of Hull, where she was awarded the Sir Thomas Beecham Music Scholarship and Special Prize in Music.
Enjoy a 45 minute choir concert with an eclectic mixture of soul, R&B, blues, rock and country - all with a hint of gospel harmony.
Singing popular songs from 1900 to 1970 at this performance, the Hull Choral Union are continuing a long standing tradition of singing in the city of Hull for over 80 years.
Holy Trinity's Open Arts Access programme proudly presents Simon Vincent, 2014 Paul Hamlyn Award for Artists nominee, performer and composer of contemporary music, who has been challenging the boundaries of genre and musical expression with a highly personal language since the early 1990's...read more
This exciting exhibition of oil paintings is a celebration of Hull’s Old Town, an important chronicle at a pinnacle point in its’ history...
Join Holy Trinity’s artist in residence Julia Allum for a leisurely day of painting in this beautiful Grade 1 listed building. Artists’ days are suitable for all ages and abilities but you must bring your own materials. Visiting groups very welcome.
Venue – Holy Trinity Church Time – 11.00am – 4.00pm
Admission Free Café will be open, light refreshments available.
Dates – all dates are Saturdays in 2016
Jack Harrison (Hull FC) and Tom Bryan (Castleford) had played Rugby League before the war, volunteered and found themselves on the front line. This performance explores the Arras Front in words and song linking the communities back home with the life in the trenches and the sacrifices made...
We are kicking off April with a real treat. Tutors Mathew Smith and Chris Legg are bringing their saxophone and piano pupils to Holy Trinity to showcase their talents.