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Title: Legally Blonde The Musical
Venue: Hull New Theatre
Date: 19-23 June
Ticket Prices: £11.50 - £21.50
Beverley Musical Theatre presents the regional premiere of Legally Blonde the Musical.
Follow Elle Woods’ struggle with stereotyping, cheating and harassment with hilarious and poignant
consequences. An ideal feel good show with brilliant music and songs which is full of fun and vitality,
suitable for all the family.

Title: A Country Night in Nashville
Venue: Hull City Hall
Date: 22 June
Ticket Prices: £26.50
Downtown Nashville comes to Hull as Hull City Hall is transformed into a buzzing Honky Tonk club with
a lively soundtrack featuring a host of well-known tracks from some of country music’s biggest names
including Johnny Cash, Dolly Parton, the Dixie Chicks, Willie Nelson and Shania Twain; Dominic Halpin
and the Hurricanes skilfully navigate a musical journey through the history of the genre.
Expect all the big hits including Ring Of Fire, Crazy, Follow Your Arrow, It’s Five O’Clock Somewhere,
Need you Now, 9-5, and The Gambler to name just a few.

Title: NGW Wrestling
Venue: Hull City Hall
Date: 23 June
Ticket Prices: £14.50 - £30.50
Local-based company New Generation Wrestling offers the best in British wrestling action
With newly appointed Executive Producer, Mark 'The Beast' Labbett, now in charge of the action,
there's never been a better time to enjoy this unpredictable evening of entertainment!

Title: Some Mothers Do ‘Ave ‘Em
Venue: Hull New Theatres
Date: 26-30 June
Ticket Prices: £19.50 - £36
Comedian and national treasure, Joe Pasquale recreates the loveable accident-prone Frank Spencer as
the classic 1970s sitcom Some Mothers Do ‘Ave ‘Em takes to the stage.
Sarah Earnshaw plays his long-suffering wife Betty with Susie Blake as his disapproving Mother-in-Law,
Mrs Fisher.

Title: Summer Promenade Concerts
Venue: Hull City Hall
Date: 26 & 28 June
Ticket Prices: £3.50 - £8
Hull Music Service presents two Summer Promenade Concerts featuring an eclectic mix of music
including film scores and traditional Last Night of the Proms items.
Tuesday 26 June, sees the senior wind band, jazz orchestra and percussion ensemble, take to the
stage. On Thursday 28 June, it’s the turn of the senior orchestra and choir performing.

Title: Chris Ramsey: Just happy to get out of the house tour
Venue: Hull City Hall
Date: 29 June
Ticket Prices: £21.50
Following a sell-out visit to the city last spring, the critically acclaimed award-winning comic returns to
Hull with a brand new show.
Age guidance: 12+

Title: Black Dyke Band
Venue: Hull City Hall
Date: 30 June
Ticket Prices: £13.50-£16.50
The world renowned Black Dyke Band returns to Hull City Hall with local favourites the East Yorkshire
Motor Services Band in a spectacular summer proms-style concert that showcases the skills of both

Title: Jools Holland

Venue: Hull City Hall
Date: 1 July
Ticket Prices: £37.50-£43.50
The accomplished musician famed for his Later with Jools Holland and annual Hogmanay shows on
BBC Two returns to Hull City Hall with his energetic brand of rhythm and blues in an unforgettable
night of live music.
His Rhythm and Blues Orchestra featuring Gilson Lavis also return with special guest Marc Almond,
guest vocalists Ruby Turner, Louise Marshall and Rosie Mae, plus support from Christopher Holland.

Title: Lunchtime Organ Showcase – Daniel Cook
Venue: Hull City Hall
Date: 4 July
Ticket Prices: £4.50
Master of the Choristers and Organist of Durham Cathedral, Daniel Cook commands control of the
mighty City Hall organ.
The internationally renowned concert organist, who boasts Westminster Abbey and St David’s
Cathedral among his former appointments, has performed in numerous concerts across Europe and
the USA and in was elected an Associate of the Royal Academy of Music (ARAM), an award offered to
past students who have distinguished themselves in the music profession.

Title: Gangsta Granny
Venue: Hull New Theatre
Date: 5-8 July
Ticket Prices: £15-£17
From the acclaimed producers of Horrible Histories comes the award-winning West End production of
this amazing story by David Walliams, the UK’s best-selling author for children.
It’s Friday night and Ben knows that means only one thing – staying with Granny! There will be
cabbage soup, cabbage pie and cabbage cake and Ben knows one thing for sure – it’s going to be
sooooooooo boring! But what Ben doesn’t know is that Granny has a secret – and Friday nights are
about to get more exciting than he could ever imagine, as he embarks on the adventure of a lifetime
with his very own Gangsta Granny!
Age guidance: 5+

Title: Showaddywaddy
Venue: Hull City Hall
Date: 7 July
Ticket Prices: £21.50
Under the Moon of Love hit-makers celebrate more than 40 years in the industry with a live show
featuring all their popular titles including Three Steps to Heaven, Hey Rock and Roll, When, Blue
Moon, Pretty Little Angel Eyes and more.

Title: Butterfly Dance Studios present: Dance! Believe! Achieve!
Date: 14 July
Ticket Prices: £13.50
This feel-good, entertaining family dance show brings together a whirlwind of colour and an
abundance of energy as talented local dancers of all ages create magic on stage ina celebration of
Tickets for all these performances are on sale now. Book via the Hull City Hall Box Office, call 01482
300 306 or visit our new website www.hulltheatres.co.uk
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