Heads Up Festival got off to a great start with our launch party, which featured Hekima Asilia and the Flavas, and sell-out shows Pale Blue Dot and Hester Arden’s The Ballad Of Paragon Station.
And there’s still so much more to come as we enter week two of the festival, with performances every night until Saturday, October 21 at Kardomah 94, Hull Central Library and Hull College’s Riverside Theatre.
Week two gets underway with Humba Rumba at Kardomah 94 on Monday night, so get on your dancing shoes! Kardomah 94 is also the place to head to enjoy an evening with Hollywood actor Vincent Regan at Heads Up Introducingon Tuesday, and the brilliant Women of Words collective on Wednesday, with Vicky Foster, Lynda Harrison, Julie Corbett, Cassandra Parkin and Michelle Dee exploring the role music plays in their writing through poetry readings and light-hearted literary fun.
On Thursday, world class productions head to the festival via Battersea Arts Centre and the Collaborative Touring Network, with Motor’s Ross and Rachel, Kid Carpet and Vic Llewellyn’s The Castle Builder, Likely Theatre’s Almost Always Muddy and Kid Carpet’s Super Mega Rockin’ Rock Show all heading to Hull and promising very special and unique experiences for audiences. We also have a series of workshops on offer. We’re offering a special deal on tickets for the Friday performances of Ross and Rachel and The Castle Builder – with double bill tickets at just £14 (£12 concessions) in advance from www.hull2017.co.uk/
With Heads Up shows proving so popular, we’d urge you to book tickets in advance via the Hull 2017 website.
We look forward to seeing you at the festival.
Find out more about Heads Up Festival at www.headsuphull.co.uk