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What a hole': Hull has embraced Philip Larkin – but did the love go both ways? | Cities | The Guardian - News, sport and opinion from the Guardian's US edition.


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Changing Tides - The King's England Press


The web site of The King's England Press, an independent publisher of history, local history, English local history, folklore, biography, cinema history, humour, travel, children's books, poetry, children's poetry, fiction, children's fiction, young adult fiction, and books on religion


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Vicky Foster: Bathwater - Performances - BBC Contains Strong Language 2018


FREE A one-woman show of poetry and monologue supported by a sound score from The Broken Orchestra, which explores Vicky Foster's real-life experiences of what happens when violence spills over.


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Two poets Vicky Foster and Matt Nicholson, two new poetry collections Changing Tides and There and Back To See How Far It Is, poetry in between, all hosted by the fabulous Genevieve L. Walsh (Firm of Poets, Spoken Weird) 




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Word On The Street at Kardomah94 - Wrecking Ball Press






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Hannah Silva and Vicky Foster


Readings from Hannah Silva and Vicky Foster. Hannah is known for her innovative explorations of form, voice and language in performance and has been shortlisted for the Ted Hughes Award. Vicky hosts Women of Words; an event for female performers of poetry, prose, drama and song, and is the founder of Trinity Hub.


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Freedom Festival Arts Trust - Word on The Street.






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Homecoming Queen


Over four days and three nights, John Grant’s North Atlantic Flux transformed Hull into Reykjavik on Humber. Subtitled ‘Sounds from Smoky Bay,’





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Write Outload


Kate Tempest and John Cooper Clarke headline BBC's Contains Strong Language poetry festival in Hull






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Wow - These woman are made for performing


Sarah Mole, who recently created the set design for E52’s Pale Blue Dot as well as the productions’s poster, got up close to Women of Words when they scratched their new show The Second Rehearsal at Heads Up.




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Teenagers create positive messages about mental health on Humber Bridge


A new mental health campaign designed by young volunteers from Hull to help their peers has been launched today (27 March) with a creative and emotive soundscape along the Humber Bridge.




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