Hull City of Culture.
Art Event in Beverley – Name unknown at the moment (Special art pieces that are hardly seen been moved to Beverley for the exhibit.)
Macmillian Christmas event
Disability Organisation – BGS Learning Support or another group
Women of the World/WOW – A event been held during the City of Culture in March 2017. This event is to celebrate International Woman’s Day on the 8th March and the main focus of this event is to question why the equality of Gender is taking so long to be achieved as well as looking into what we actual need to change to achieve this. One of the directors of this project stated that everyone from all genders, all ages to get involved with WOW, it is an opportunity that cannot be missed and celebrated since many women have played a great part in Hull’s History and this is a step closer to bringing Gender Equality.
Times of Thinker Project:
* Freedom Centre, Preston Road, east Hull, Tuesday 11 October, 1100-1230
* Lesley Downs Theatre, Ferens Building, Hull University, Cottingham Road, Hull, Wednesday 12 October, 1400-1530
* Bransholme Library, Northpoint Shopping Centre, Bransholme, Thursday 13 October, 1330-1500
* Pave Bar, Princes Avenue, west Hull, Monday 17 October, 1945-2115
* Asda Mount Pleasant, east Hull, Wednesday 19 October, 1330-1500 and 1800-1930
* Rayners, Hessle Road, west Hull, Friday 21 October, 1730-1900
* The Mercure Hull Royal Hotel, Ferensway, city centre, Monday 21 November, 1800-2000
The Gual – A play written by Janet Plater a Hull born Writer that focus on the loss of the Gual in 1974 and how the wives and relatives of the crew deal with not only this but also the discovery of said ship in 1997 in a documentary. Plater recreates all of in her play via the character called Kay who experiences all of these events as one of the relatives of the crew and tries to free her self from the depression caused from it.