Hull New Theatre

Hull New Theatre
Kingston Square, Hull, East Yorkshire, HU1 3HF
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Hull New Theatre

This theatre opened in 1939, and is known for hosting everything from musicals and operas to pantomimes. It is currently undergoing a major refurbishment, and will be open again in September 2017 with a major backstage extension to allow for a much wider range of visiting productions. Laurel and Hardy performed in 1947.

In its previous guise, as Hull's Assembly Rooms, Charles Dickens read from his work in 1859 and 1860 in the building.

Events at this venue

There are 8 events at this location

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Anton and Erin: Dance Those Magical Musicals

The ballroom couple dance to the classic hits of musical theatre.

Thu 14 Mar

£41.63–£55.50 / 01482 300 300

Cinderella

The Dancehouse and Eight Freestyle collaborate on a pantomime adaptation of the classic rags-to-riches tale, full of dance, song and comedy.

Wed 20 Feb

£31.08–£41.13 / 01482 300 300

English National Ballet: Akram Khan's Giselle

  • Written by: Adolphe Adam, Akram Khan

Sadler’s Wells Associate Artist Akram Khan creates a new version of romantic ballet Giselle for English National Ballet. Composer Ben Frost adapts the original score, which is performed by English National Ballet Philharmonic.

Tue 19 Feb

£38.75–£41.13 / 01482 300 300

Ian McKellen on Stage

Sir Ian McKellen celebrates his 80th birthday by touring the UK with a brand new solo show, with profits benefiting different causes at each location.

Sun 16 Jun

Times to be confirmed / Sold out / 01482 300 300

The Russian State Ballet & Orchestra Of Siberia: La Fille Mal Gardee

The ballet conjures a world of pastoral simplicity where a farm boy woos a flirty farmer's daughter.

Mon 18 Feb

£27.50–£35.50 / 01482 300 300

Tue 19 Feb

£27.50–£35.50 / 01482 300 300

Wed 20 Feb

£27.50–£35.50 / 01482 300 300

Thu 21 Feb

£27.50–£35.50 / 01482 300 300

Russian State Ballet of Siberia: The Nutcracker

The Russian State Ballet of Siberia performs Tchaikovsky's magical masterpiece.

Thu 21 Feb

£31.08–£41.13 / 01482 300 300

Swan Lake

The Russian State Ballet of Siberia performs a lavish staging of Tchaikovsky's romantic ballet.

Mon 18 Feb

£27.50–£35.50 / 01482 300 300

Tue 19 Feb

£27.50–£35.50 / 01482 300 300

Wed 20 Feb

£27.50–£35.50 / 01482 300 300

Thu 21 Feb

£27.50–£35.50 / 01482 300 300

We Will Rock You

A run through all your Queen favourites in this musical penned by Ben Elton and members of Queen.

Mon 13 Jan 2020

£30.50–£51.50 / 01482 300 300

Tue 14 Jan 2020

£30.50–£51.50 / 01482 300 300

Wed 15 Jan 2020

£30.50–£51.50 / 01482 300 300

…and 3 more dates until 18 Jan 2020

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1. George Crellin26 Nov 2013, 12:26pm Report

went to see the sensational sixties show at the hull new theatre on the25th November what a load of rubbish a total waste of money the group I wanted to see did not appeare( the swinging blue jeans)??? as for sixties music hemans hermits are nothing without heman(peter noon) chris farlowe can still belt out a song but what he did sing had been re vamped to the 21 centuary the rest of the show was performed by third rate sixties groups ,what did marmalade record all they sang was a medley of songs from several good sixties singers with only one original band membe overall not a good night if the tickets had not been given to me as a birthday present would not have wasted the money.dont waste your money.

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