Chris Gruca from Theatre on the Edge provides an update on the wedding of the year.
This year Bellow Theatre are taking the melodies to a whole new level.
This year we're running a special project exploring Newland’s heritage entitled Our Street Our Stage. It will celebrate the history of the area and the diverse community in which the festival has found its home. From Newland's beginnings as green fields, right through to the vibrant traders and residents it now serves, Our Street Our Stage will see a collaboration between local historians and researchers, artists, volunteers and residents of Hull. The research is currently being turned into a free accessible evening event, taking place on Saturday 3rd June.
AF2017 theatre companies receive invaluable advice, guidance and insight from theatre professionals based around the UK.
Joshua Meredith of SeeGold Productions pays tribute to fellow AF2017 company She Productions.
Marketing Assistant Rachel Bower shares her views on what Assemble Fest means to the city.
Hull Carnival Arts, Bandanarama and Mambo Jambo have clearly been having tons of fun during rehearsals. Find out more below.
Love is in the air as Theatre on the Edge tell us more about their show for this year's festival.