Events

There is an exciting programme of events for all the family! Please check further details for a description of the event including times. Unless otherwise stated all events are FREE and at the History Centre - location details and map.

For details of current and forthcoming displays, as well as information on submitting an exhibitors proposal and related policies, please see our Arcade Exhibitions page.

Telephone (01482 317500), e-mail hullhistorycentre@hcandl.co.uk or drop by to reserve your place for the courses as places are limited!

When What Where
Sat 1st April 9.30-12.30

Science in the Archives!
Learn all about Hull’s scientific history with fun craft and Lego activities. Using technology developed in Hull, help us create a musical masterpiece for a liquid crystal film.

Part of our regular History Makers craft and Lego sessions

Lecture Theatre
4th-7th April Book sale
Grab yourself a bargain in the library area
Library Area
Thurs 6 April
10am-12 noon
Family History Helpdesk
Advice on tracing your family tree
See our Family History Helpdesk page for more information
Library Area
Tues 11 April
12.30-1.30pm

A Family’s Journey through Hull’s Old Town - talk by Shirley Goodsell

Part of our regular Lunchtime Club series of talks

Lecture Theatre
Thurs 20 April 10am Chris Ketchell annual lecture
Kingtree House and its Occupants by Pat Elliott
We have a limited number of free tickets- ask at the enquiry desk in the library area.
Lecture Theatre
Thurs 20 April
10am-12 noon
Family History Helpdesk
Advice on tracing your family tree See our Family History Helpdesk page for more information
Library Area
Sat 6th May 9.30-12.30

Full Steam Ahead!
Explore Hull’s unique railway history and help us build a train station using our Lego. Like crafts? Then design your own train livery.

Part of our regular History Makers craft and Lego sessions.

Lecture Theatre
Tues 9 May
12.30-1.30pm
Zachariah Pearson: man of Hull - talk by Marion Shaw 

Part of our regular Lunchtime Club series of talks

Lecture Theatre
Sat 3rd June
9.30-12.30

Fish and Ships
Come and join our celebration of Hull’s fishing heritage by making origami fish, ships and boats, as well as making models in Lego. We will also look at the gansey - the traditional fisherman’s jumper.

Part of our regular History Makers craft and Lego sessions.

Lecture Theatre
Tues 13 June
12.30-1.30pm

The Hessle Roaders: Hull's Fishing Community - talk by Alec Gill

Part of our regular Lunchtime Club series of talks

Lecture Theatre
Tues 11 July
12.30-1.30pm

The Hothams, Governors of Hull and the Civil War - talk by Andrew Hopper

Part of our regular Lunchtime Club series of talks

Lecture Theatre