Holy Trinity Church

Holy Trinity Church
10 King Street, Hull, East Riding of Yorkshire, HU1 2JJ
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The Electric Fence

Hate crime is an ominous, prevailing presence in our society. The Electric Fence encourages us to examine the perceptions, challenges and preconceptions that impact us all and compels us to turn to face them. Borders, barriers and warning signs have come to be a part of our everyday life, but are we being kept out, or…

Tue 4 Jul

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Wed 5 Jul

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Thu 6 Jul

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…and 86 more dates until 30 Sep

Hull Real Ale & Cider Festival 2017

The Hull and East Yorkshire branch of CAMRA have been keeping something rather special to themselves for the last few years, since moving our annual event to Hull’s Holy Trinity Church at the invitation of the church’s vicar the Rev Canon Dr Neal Barnes. The 39th annual CAMRA Hull Real Ale entertainment from local…

The Sixteen: Choral Pilgrimage

The acclaimed choir performs the works of Palestrina and Poulenc, which explores the themes of conflict and atonement. Conducted by Harry Christophers, and Eamonn Dougan on March 17th.

Tenebrae

  • Written by: Sheppard

Tenebrae was formed in 2001 by ex-King's Singer Nigel Short and Barbara Pollock, and has made acclaimed recordings of sacred works by Victoria and Fauré, as well as championing contemporary choral music.

Thu 18 May

£18

City of Hull Youth Choir, Hull Choral Union and Holy Trinity Church Choir join Tenebrae to perform Joby Talbot’s Path of Miracles. Free pre-concert talk at 6.45pm with Tenebrae’s Artistic Director Nigel Short and composer Owain Park.

What Matters in Jane Austen?

An afternoon talk by Professor John Mullen of UCL, respected author, TV broadcaster and journalist. The talk will commemorate Jane Austen in 2017, the 200th anniversary of her death, and will be accompanied by an exhibition of Regency dancing. Refreshments (including home made cakes) will be served after the event.

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