It's My Life

Navigate – Hull Maritime City

Over the weekend, the city centre has been host to four light installations to mark the start of the Hull Maritime City project. A project which will see refurbishments and regeneration as well as the creation of visitor attractions promoting our rich maritime history. I’m really excited about the scheme, it has the potential to put Hull firmly on the map of places to visit and spend time in. We decided to make an evening …

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January Culture

After our lovely evening at Swan Lake, our next theatre visit was to see Beautiful, the Carole King story. Patrick and I saw this last time it was at HNT and it was so good that when I saw it was back, I knew I wanted to see it again. Debbie and I booked it on a Black Friday deal, two for the price of one along my sister-in-law Janette and her friend. In the …

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Swan Lake

I’ve always wanted to see a live ballet, and a couple of years ago I got to go to see Cinderella with my beautiful sister-in-law Coral. I have to admit to being a bit disappointed, it wasn’t what I expected. The humour in it didn’t work for me but I’m sure that’s just me. Since then, I’ve been hankering after seeing another ballet to restore my faith so when I saw that the Russian State …

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2019 – A Review.

Well as I haven’t been great at keeping this blog up to date (as usual), I’ve got a whistle-stop review of the year all in one post. Where I have blogged previously about events, I’ve linked to the post. As I’ve always said, this is for me, to remind me of what I’ve done and where I’ve been.  If you are interested enough to ready it then that’s great, I’m sorry it’s so long!  Firstly, …

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Yarnfest Hull – November 2019

I didn’t know what to expect from the Yarnfest event organised by East Yorkshire Yarn held at Hull’s Freedom Centre last Saturday, whether it would be somewhat of a large craft fair or perhaps a small version of a Yarndale type event. The answer is, it’s a cross between the two in my opinion. As I walked into the first room, which was mostly stalls of finished goods for sale, my first impression was that …

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