PRESS RELEASE: Countdown to Heads Up Festival #12

The 12th Heads Up Festival is now just over one week away. Heads Up Festival’s 12th season will take place from March 27-30 at various venues, including Hull Minster, Hull Central Library and Kardomah94, Heads Up coincides with IETM Hull, which will see delegates from the informal theatre and performance network heading to the city from […]

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FESTIVAL BLOG: Five reasons to kickstart your cultural year at Heads Up
Paper Cinema's Macbeth - Photo by James Allan

We challenged festival blogger Michelle Dee to tell us why she is kickstarting her cultural year in style, with the twelfth Heads Up Festival March 27-31.  After initially being struck by the international flavour of the festival – with representation from Iceland, Syria and Palestine as well as the UK – she found Five Really […]

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Artistic talent join forces to ask What Is … Light?
What Is ... Light?

What Is … Light? When: At Heads Up Festival, Wednesday 7th March 2018 Where: An intimate space and secret location in Hull’s Bankside industrial estate. An event that brings together a host of artists will take place at Hull’s Heads Up Festival. What Is … Light? will see visual artists, photographers, musicians, audio artists, writers, […]

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Reassembled, Slightly Askew: A new kind of storytelling

Reassembled, Slightly Askew is an autobiographical, audio-based artwork about Shannon Yee’s experience of falling critically ill with a rare brain infection and her journey of rehabilitation with an acquired brain injury. The production will be part of Heads Up Festival March 16-18, with performances each day at 2pm, 4pm and 7.30pm. Part of Hull’s Central […]

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Heads Up Festival opens this week

HULL’S  own Heads Up Festival springs back into life on Wednesday with a performance of the critically acclaimed DenMarked by Conrad Murray. The production, at Kardomah 94 on Wednesday, October 5 at 7.30pm, is an autobiographical performance told through storytelling, singing, rapping and a loop station. Created by Conrad Murray and developed with Battersea Arts Centre, DenMarked […]

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