March 8-18, 2017

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At A Glance

What's on when at Heads Up Festival.


Where: Indigo Moon Studio Theatre, Scrapstore Studios, Dairycoates Avenue, Hull, HU3 5DB

When: March 8-12. 2.00pm & 7.30pm.

Tickets: £10/£5

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We Got Tickets - Heads Up Festival: Shakespeare versus Moliere


Where: Children's Library, Hull Central Library, Albion St, Hull, HU1 3TF

When: March 9-11. Various times.

Tickets: £10 per child accompanied by adult

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Sold Out - Neverland


Where: Ferens Studio, Ferens Art Gallery, Queen Victoria Square, Hull, HU1 3RA

When: March 10. 7.30pm. March 8. 8.30pm.

Tickets: £15/£10

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Hull 2017 - Bucket List


Where: Ferens Studio, Ferens Art Gallery, Queen Victoria Square, Hull, HU1 3RA

When: March 11. 4pm.

Tickets: £5

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Hull 2017 - Icons


Where: Kardomah94, 94 Alfred Gelder Street, Hull, HU1 2AN

When: March 12. 7.30pm.

Tickets: £8

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Sold Out - - An Evening With Neil Shand


Where: The Old Bib, Hull Central Library, Albion St, Hull, HU1 3TF

When: March 16-18. Various times.

Tickets: £10

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Eventbrite - Reassembled, Slightly Askew


Where: The New Adelphi Club, De Grey St, Hull, HU5 2RU

When: March 18. 8.30pm.

Tickets: £10/£8

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Eventbrite - The Rave Space

Heads Up Latest

All of the latest news and blog posts from Heads Up Festival.

Review: Divinity and dance music at The Rave Space

Festival critic Michelle Dee’s closing Heads Up duty this season saw her exploring Will Dickie’s The Rave Space. After a hectic Heads Up schedule that has seen the Ensemble 52 led festival provide the theatrical highlights to the Wow (Women of the World) Hull Festival, with world-leading artists deliver a series of challenging workshops and curating […]

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Blog: We are loved

With March 2017’s Heads Up Festival over and out, Dave Windass attempts to make sense of it all, helped by memorable closer The Rave Space. So it’s around 36 hours since Heads Up Festival’s eighth season drew to a close. And, as is the usual case around about this time, I’m still attempting to process what […]

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Review: Groundbreaking sound art confronts experience of brain trauma

Festival critic Michelle Dee comes to terms with Shannon Yee’s Reassembled, Slightly Askew. “Shannon. Shannon. Can you hear me?” Many people recoil in horror when you begin to describe it. Before seeing Reassembled, Slightly Askew, I’d been carrying a phrase around in my head, something like, “people going to see Reassembled need their head testing.” […]

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Review: Plunger Bailey and amyl nitrate flooring with Neil Shand

You may not have heard of the name Neil Shand, but if you were one of the millions who have enjoyed comedy shows, on radio and television, during the last fifty years, you are almost sure to have enjoyed his work. In a special one-off event introduced by filmmaker Dave Lee, Neil sat down with […]

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Review: Blazon’s Icons

With all the feminist power surging through the city centre at WOW Hull Michelle Dee headed into the Ferens Studio to find her own inner warrior at Blazon’s Icons, a contemporary re-telling of the Amazonian warrior myths. The term Amazonian warrior conjures up an image of a fiercely proud tribe of buxom fighting women, a bit handy […]

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Review: Theatre Ad Infinitum’s Bucket List

Festival blogger Michelle Dee renews her acquaintance with Theatre Ad Infinitum at Heads Up. Bucket List is an extraordinary tale set on the Mexico border which charts the untold repercussions of the NAFTA agreement; a government policy that opened up free trade between the United States, Canada and Mexico. Performed by one of the country’s […]

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