|Saturday 18th November||From 12.00 noon||Wyke College, Grammar School Road|
- Box Office (01482) 346347
A day of film, dance and music at Wyke College
12.00 noon - £1 flat rate
1.00pm - £1 flat rate
2.00pm - £4 (Conc £2)
4.00pm - £4 (Conc £2)
The programme will end at approximately 5.00pm. Special Family Tickets (2 adults and up to 3 children with entrance to all performances) £10. Light Lunch available - Wyke College does not hold a drinks licence but visitors are welcome to bring their own liquid refreshment.
|Saturday 18th November||7.30pm||Film at Hull Screen, Hull Central Library|
|£3.50 (Conc £2.50) - Box Office (01482) 327600
THE INNOCENTS (18)
Dir: Jack Clayton U.K. 1961 1hr 39mins
A final opportunity to see this stylish and wonderfully eerie adaptation of the classic Henry James novella The Turn of the Screw by the film director Jack Clayton, probably better known as the director of ROOM AT THE TOP and THE GREAT GATSBY.
(see also special screening 7.00pm, Friday 17th)
|Saturday 18th November||7.30pm||The Donald Roy Theatre, University of Hull|
|£4 (Conc £3) - Box Office (01482) 466141
The Wife and Times of Armitage Shanks by Andy Kelly
See Thursday 17th.
|Saturday 18th November||8.00pm||Hull Truck Theatre|
£8 (Conc £6) - Box Office (01482) 323638
An evening of poetry with
Carol Ann Duffy & Jackie Kay
Two of the Britain's most acclaimed contemporary poets return to Hull for a night of verse. Both writers have forged huge reputations with their very individual brands of poetry.
Carol Ann Duffy, renowned for celebrated collections such as Mean Time (Anvil Press, 1993) and most recently The World's Wife (Picador, 1999), has scooped some of the most prestigious prizes in the literary world, as well as an OBE in 1995.
"Accessible and brilliantly idiosyncratic..." (Kate Kellaway, The Observer)
Since the publication of her first collection of poetry The Adoption Papers (Bloodaxe, 1991) Jackie Kay has received a host of awards for her powerful and provocative work. Her first novel Trumpet (Picador, 1998) won the Guardian Fiction Prize and a Scottish Arts Council Book Award.
"One of the freshest and bravest talents to emerge in British Poetry - any British Poetry, for years..." (Eavan Boland, The Independent on Sunday)
|Saturday 18th November||10.00pm||Late at Hull Truck Theatre|
£5 (Conc £4) - Box Office (01482) 323638
24 Hours from Scunthorpe
.....It's Scunthorpe, it's the hottest day of the year - Errol and his dog Barry have lost each other. Fly into a town that lives on the border between truth and fiction and meet Errol, Barry, DaveWhoWearsAWig, Billy the Van and many more......
This collaboration brings you the offbeat stories of Matt Stephenson and the voice of Matthew Hogg singing the songs of Burt Bacharach and Hal David in a late night festival special.
Matt Stephenson is a local writer selected to take part in the Opening Line Project which develops new writing talent in the region. He works as a features writer for the Hull Daily Mail and is one of the founders of Radar Magazine, The Three Legged Dog Comedy Club and Mr Drayton's World of Quiz which was last seen at this year's Reading Festival.
Matthew Hogg is a musician currently writing and recording his third album, running the Songwriter sessions for The Humber Mouth and rehearsing for an imminent European tour.
The show lasts approx. 1hr 15 mins