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 12 events at this location

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The Band

Brand new British musical featuring the songs of Take That, created in association with Britain’s most successful band. Written by Tim Firth The Band tells the story of five 16-year-old girls who are fans of a male pop group. Playing the boy band are Five to Five, the winners of the BBC show Let It Shine.

Tue 6 Mar 2018

Times to be confirmed / £23.40–£53.40 / 01482 300 300

Wed 7 Mar 2018

Times to be confirmed / £23.40–£53.40 / 01482 300 300

Thu 8 Mar 2018

Times to be confirmed / £23.40–£53.40 / 01482 300 300

…and 9 more dates until 17 Mar 2018

Beautiful - The Carole King Musical

The London transfer of the Tony Award-winning Broadway musical, which charts the early life and career of singer-songwriter Carole King including her relationship with her husband and song-writing partner Gerry Goffin, and the friendly rivalry with fellow song-writing duo Barry Mann and Cynthia Weil. The songbook includes…

Tue 21 Nov

£19.50–£47.50 / 01482 300 300

  • 19:30

Wed 22 Nov

£19.50–£47.50 / 01482 300 300

  • 14:30
  • 19:30

Thu 23 Nov

£19.50–£47.50 / 01482 300 300

  • 14:30
  • 19:30
…and 2 more dates until 25 Nov

Hedda Gabler

  • Directed by: Ivo van Hove
  • Written by: Henrik Ibsen, Patrick Marber (adapt)

Ivo van Hove directs Patrick Marber's bruising new translation of Henrik Ibsen's drama about a newly married general's daughter, whose relationship is thrown into disarray by the arrival of her husband's academic rival, Eilert. Casting to be announced.

Mon 13 Nov

£10–£30 / 01482 300 300

  • 19:30

Tue 14 Nov

£10–£30 / 01482 300 300

  • 19:30

Wed 15 Nov

£10–£30 / 01482 300 300

  • 19:30
…and 3 more dates until 18 Nov

Jane Eyre

  • Directed by: Sally Cookson
  • Written by: Charlotte Bronte (book), Mike Akers (adapt)

Sally Cookson directs this bold re-imagining of Charlotte Bronte's novel about a spirited heroine's fight for freedom and fulfilment on her own terms in the face of poverty, injustice and bitter betrayal. A National Theatre co-production with Bristol Old Vic.

Mon 18 Sep

£10–£30 / 01482 300 300

  • 19:15

Tue 19 Sep

£10–£30 / 01482 300 300

  • 19:15

Wed 20 Sep

£10–£30 / 01482 300 300

  • 19:15
…and 3 more dates until 23 Sep

Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat

  • Directed by: Bill Kenwright
  • Written by: Andrew Lloyd Webber (music), Tim Rice (lyrics)

Bill Kenwright's production of the Tim Rice and Andrew Lloyd Webber musical returns, with X Factor winner Joe McElderry starring as the boy with the troublesome coat.

Tue 31 Oct

£17–£35 / 01482 300 300

  • 19:30

Wed 1 Nov

£17–£35 / 01482 300 300

  • 14:30
  • 19:30

Thu 2 Nov

£17–£35 / 01482 300 300

  • 14:30
  • 19:30
…and 2 more dates until 4 Nov

The Kings Of Hull

Written and directed by John Godber, this new comedy production presents three generations of one family from life on the docks to a lottery win.

Wed 27 Sep

£16.50–£25 / 01482 300 300

  • 19:30

Thu 28 Sep

£16.50–£25 / 01482 300 300

  • 19:30

Fri 29 Sep

£16.50–£25 / 01482 300 300

  • 19:30
…and 7 more dates until 7 Oct

Northern Ballet: The Boy In The Striped Pyjamas

Daniel de Andrade directs this heart-breaking story based upon the book by John Boyne, set during the Second World War, about two young boys who form an innocent friendship, despite being divided by a barbed wire fence.

Wed 18 Oct

£10–£35 / 01482 300 300

  • 19:30

Thu 19 Oct

£10–£35 / 01482 300 300

  • 14:30
  • 19:30

Fri 20 Oct

£10–£35 / 01482 300 300

  • 19:30

Sat 21 Oct

£10–£35 / 01482 300 300

  • 14:30
  • 19:30

Opera North: L'Enfant Et Les Sortileges

This one-act opera by Maurice Ravel, translated as The Child And The Spells, tells the story of a naughty child whose furniture comes to life around him. Sung in French with English titles

Sat 28 Oct

£10–£27.50 / 01482 300 300

  • 14:15

Opera North: Pagliacci & Cavalleria Rusticana

A double-bill of passion conducted by Music Director Aleksandar Markovic and directed by Charles Edwards. Sung in Italian with English titles.

Thu 26 Oct

£15–£42.50 / 01482 300 300

  • 19:15

Sat 28 Oct

£15–£42.50 / 01482 300 300

  • 19:15

Opera North: Trouble In Tahiti / Trial By Jury

The acclaimed company present a double-bill of satire and farce with Bernstein's tale of the American Dream gone-sour, and Gilbert & Sullivan's witty courtroom comedy. Both sung in English.

Fri 27 Oct

£15–£42.50 / 01482 300 300

  • 19:15

Remembering Fred

Strictly Come Dancing ’s Aljaz Skorjanec and Janette Manrara star in this all-singing, all-dancing tribute to Hollywood legend Fred Astaire. Remembering Fred features classic songs including 'Cheek To Cheek, 'Puttin’ On The Ritz'* and 'The Way You Look Tonight'.

Sat 12 May 2018

£25–£42.50 / 01482 300 300

Son of a Preacher Man

A witty musical set to the hits of Dusty Springfield.

Tue 7 Nov

£15.50–£35 / 01482 300 300

  • 19:30

Wed 8 Nov

£15.50–£35 / 01482 300 300

  • 19:30

Thu 9 Nov

£15.50–£35 / 01482 300 300

  • 14:30
  • 19:30
…and 2 more dates until 11 Nov

Comments & ratings

2. Joanne Pell13 Mar 2014, 7:27pm5 stars Hull New Theatre Report

we had a great time at the hull new threatre, because every one did the same.for ice dancing value for money should come every year.

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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