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Friday 23rd & 24th June, 7.30pm
Hull's best known writing and theatre company return for their fourth Humber Mouth Festival. In a performance which will be filmed for simultaneous live transmission on the Blokes' own website, they present their own TV show, offering the chance to be part of a living, breathing reality TV experience.
This show is their most ambitious project to date and coincides with their move to the Northern Theatre.
Saturday 24th June - 2nd July
The Zoo & Logical Times is proud to present a World Exclusive exhibition at Hull Maritime Museum. The perfectly well preserved remains of a creature, previously unknown in the annals of zoology, have been recently discovered in this very city. Preliminary tests have zoologists scratching their heads in wonder as we pose the question what is it?
These potentially earthshaking remains are on their way to the British Museum for extensive analysis, but until then the people of Hull are invited to view the creature and offer their opinion as to its origin.
Email [email protected] for more information.
Saturday 24th June, 2pm - 4pm
The second of three workshops exploring words as signs, images and patterns and offering an introduction to the techniques of concrete poetry and prose. If you'd like to see your name in crayon, join Round the Block in an event which requires no experience but an interest in colouring-in. Open to all ages.
Word-Play celebrates the 30th anniversary of Hull Community Playschemes Association.
Saturday 24th June, 7pm
A chance to meet the UK's most famous psychotherapist in conversation about her career and her ground-breaking work on eating, emotional health and feminism.
Susie Orbach is the author of Fat is a Feminist Issue, a book which changed the lives of many.
Her books include Fat is a Feminist Issue (1978), Fat is a Feminist Issue II (1982), What's Really Going on Here (1993), Towards Emotional Literacy (1999), The Impossibility of Sex (1999) and Susie Orbach on Eating (2001).