Halloween scare event
Scare actors, 13 scare rooms, funeral parlour tour, embalming room, dark maze, bar and more
Annual event - small groups guided through the night
Meet the residents within the grounds of the old blockhouse
The building dates from 1870 and has a list of ghosts longer than your dead family
Was snow white’s apple venomous or poisonous? Did Dory get bitten or stung?
Delve into the lives of toxic creatures at The Deep this October half term (20 October to 4 November) and find out which animals use venom and which use poison.
When a lion is chased out of town, a little girl, Iris, helps him to find somewhere to hide. Iris embarks on a mission to squash her new friend into a variety of sneaky tight spots, as the misinformed town folk try and track him down.
A fun-filled afternoon for all the family, featuring the fabulous vocals of Juliet Kelly and some of the North’s finest jazz musicians.
With the help of Hull Junior Choir, Juliet and her Family Jazz All Stars will pay tribute to jazz singers past and present.
A Show of approximately12 working model railway layouts plus demonstrations on railway modelling and trade support, including the much loved children’s’ area where there will be a Brio layout for children to operate, all presented by the Hull Miniature Railway Society.
Walton Street Leisure Centre, Goathland Close, Walton Street, HULL
Experience 4 different Psychics, Mediums in 1 amazing psychic night. Book a ticket for yourself or come with friends, family etc for a great social psychic evening. Everyone is guaranteed a message. Bar open, over 18’s only.
St Mary’s Church, Cottingham
Celebration, Reflection, Hope
26 October – 13 November 2018
St Mary’s Church, Cottingham is marking 100 years since the end of World War I with a programme of exhibitions and activities during the fortnight 26 October – 13 November.
Script and direction by acclaimed Hull poet John Robinson. Original music by jazz trombonist & composer Paul Taylor. Performed by the Duckboard Marching Band.
A dramatic commemoration of the region’s citizen soldiers who fought in the Great War, OTHER RANKS tells of men like Arthur Goring.
Assembly Rooms, 3, Queen Street, Barton upon Humber
Star of the West End magic spectacular Impossible, Penn & Teller: Fool Us (ITV1), Dirty Tricks (Ch4), and Monkey Magic (Five), Ali Cook returns with his own brand of awe-inspiring magic and off-beat comedy. Expect to be genuinely amazed. The show is suitable for ages 8+.
Tickle your taste buds with your very own hand-rolled traditional fresh pasta. Top chef Nigel Brown will demonstrate to you how to make a variety of fillings and sauces to compliment your pasta and then give you the chance to express yourself by creating your own dish using a selection of fresh ingredients such as...
Nigel Brown Cookery Academy, The Ropewalk, Maltkiln Road, Barton upon Humber
This course is suitable for intermediate level metal clay enthusiasts.
I was once selling some of my jewellery when I heard from the crowd and saw a finger pointing directly at one of my pieces "OH WOW look,… it looks like a REAL Dragon".
Craftworx Studio, Calf House Studios, Cold Harbour Farm, Bishop Burton
W.E.A. Grimsby Saturday Lecture Tutor: Andrew Heath
The Civil War (1861-65) led to more deaths than every other war the U.S. has fought put together, and concluded in the revolutionary destruction of slavery. The lecture will explore its causes, course and consequences.
Grimsby Central Hall & Arts Community Centre , Duncombe Street, Grimsby
Sci-Fest, the popular fund raising family friendly sci-fi event suitable for all ages, returns to the Baths Hall for 2018.
We’ll be travelling back in time with Scott Goodman as the third Doctor, so expect to see him with the TARDIS keeping us safe from the daleks.
Our exhibition helps to tell the story of the birth of the Royal Naval Air Service, The Flying Corps and the formation of the RAF (Royal Air Force). This exhibition is a must see for all avid historians and aircraft fans young and old. We aim to display a number of banners and historical artefacts and so much more.
Keith an artist residing in Barton upon Humber has been producing aviation paintings professionally over the last 34 years. He has won 18 awards at international exhibitions spanning both sides of the Atlantic with his work commissioned by the government, corporate and individual clients worldwide.