On 22nd September 2016 the first “season” of Hull City of Culture 2017 was announced. The creative team behind City of Culture delivered a strong and passionate message, which was interspersed by musical performances, poetry readings and a collection of short films. The response to this announcement has been overwhelmingly positive across national press, websites … Continued
As part of his contribution to Hull City of Culture 2017, alongside a collection of new musical works including Bethia, Daniel has commenced writing a new blog: The Tongue of Ullculcha. The blog will be updated fortnightly over the next eighteen months to document Daniel’s creative work — an exposé on one of the many creative artists working in and around the city. Visit the blog for more information about Hull City of Culture 2017 and to begin following Daniel’s eighteen-month creative journey.
In just over three months’ time, as fireworks and good cheer ring in the new year, the city of Kingston upon Hull will take up the mantle of City of Culture 2017. Few specifics concerning the year’s cultural events have been made public since Hull won the bid for the title back in November 2013, … Continued