April Means Spring
Its officially Spring and it truly feels awesome to see that yellow golden thing in the sky, glistening and making us feel warm and optimistic.
We are positively glowing at Hideout HQ. There is so much happening in the city centre and the buzz at last week’s Hull Street Food Night at Zebedee’s Yard set the tone. The aroma of all the glorious food drew in many to Hull’s City Centre.
It was jam packed with punters sampling delicious treats from the city’s best food vendors. We were impressed by the international feel, music blasting out tunes by one of Hull’s finest DJs. The ambience was perfect for what we know will be a brilliant summer in Hull.
If all this talk of food has made you hungry, make sure you don’t miss the next one, it’s on every first Thursday of the month, till October.
Thank us later.
Here are our picks for What’s On in April
Hull Minster’s highly popular Tower Tours is back and runs both monthly alongside the Hull Street Food Nights in Zebedee’s Yard and every fortnight in between, due to popular demand.
Suzi Quatro is a trailblazer for women in the music industry. Playing bass guitar,
writing songs and fronting her eponymous band, she rocked the 1970s. Working with
legendary songwriters Chinn and Chapman, Suzi had hit after hit. From Can the Can,
Devil Gate Drive, 48 Crash to She’s In Love With You, Suzi’s hits were the
soundtrack for a generation of teenagers growing up in a time of great social and
political change. Check her out at the Hull City Centre venue - Central Library.
As Part of M People, hits such as 'Moving On Up', 'One Night In Heaven' and 'Search For The Hero' and albums like Elegant Slumming, Bizarre Fruit and Fresco achieving massive worldwide success, Heather became one of the seminal British voices of the 1990s, with the band winning the Best British Dance Act Award at the Brits in 1994 and 1995, as well as the Mercury Music Prize for Elegant Slumming. This show is not to be missed on the 14th April at Hull University Union.
The Hull and East Yorkshire branch of CAMRA are back again for their annual and very popular Real Ale and Cider Festival. Having completed phase 2 of Hull Minster's £4.5m development project, 2018's festival is due to be the biggest one yet. With the completion of the works to the nave, this years event will make full use of the space with some exciting additions. Head down to Hull Minster and grab your ticket on the door.
See the box office smash hit film ‘Sister Act’ live never before, in HD, on a huge screen whilst a full-piece gospel choir and band accompany the on-screen nuns sing hit songs from the film’s original soundtrack LIVE!
Watch the feel-good musical film as the Uplifted Voices choir (featured on The Voice and The X Factor) give powerful, goosebump-inducing performances of songs like ‘My God‘, and ‘I Will Follow Him‘ to give you a brand new and unique live cinema experience that you’ll thank God you didn’t miss. Don’t miss out on this fab event at Hull City Hall on Sat 14th April.
Got a question? Give the Hideout team a call on 01482 212222.