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Saturday 29 April

Get Out

A young African American discovers terrifying truths about his girlfriend's parents.

Saturday 29 April

Sunday 30 April

Monday 1 May

Tuesday 2 May

Wednesday 3 May

All day

DIY Cultures Exhibition: DIY Knowledge

DIY Knowledge is an exhibition exploring self-education, information and news beneath the mainstream, imparting knowledge from margins.

From Wednesday 3 May to Friday 2 June

This Is Hull! Rock Against Racism Posters 79-82

Richard Lees' This Is Hull! Rock Against Racism Posters is a visually stunning retrospective exhibition reflecting one community's fight against racism.

From Wednesday 3 May to Friday 26 May

Love Music Hate Racism

Love Music Hate Racism uses the energy of the UK's music scene to celebrate diversity and involve people in anti-racist activity, as part of the Rock Against Racism Poster Tour.

Wednesday 3 May

Thursday 4 May

All day

DIY Cultures Exhibition: DIY Knowledge

DIY Knowledge is an exhibition exploring self-education, information and news beneath the mainstream, imparting knowledge from margins.

From Wednesday 3 May to Friday 2 June

This Is Hull! Rock Against Racism Posters 79-82

Richard Lees' This Is Hull! Rock Against Racism Posters is a visually stunning retrospective exhibition reflecting one community's fight against racism.

From Wednesday 3 May to Friday 26 May

The Disorientalists

Part klezmer cabaret, part oriental ragtime, part theatrical storytelling, Berlin-based The Disorientalists tell the story of Essad Bey a.k.a. Kurban Said a.k.a. Lev Nussimbaum, author of 'Ali and Nino'.

Thursday 4 May

Friday 5 May

All day

DIY Cultures Exhibition: DIY Knowledge

DIY Knowledge is an exhibition exploring self-education, information and news beneath the mainstream, imparting knowledge from margins.

From Wednesday 3 May to Friday 2 June

This Is Hull! Rock Against Racism Posters 79-82

Richard Lees' This Is Hull! Rock Against Racism Posters is a visually stunning retrospective exhibition reflecting one community's fight against racism.

From Wednesday 3 May to Friday 26 May

The R.A.P Party

Poets read poems inspired by any aspect of hip hop culture, and the DJ plays some of their favourite hip hop songs… a laid back, poetry infused nostalgic house party.

Friday 5 May