An Evening of Physical Performance with Nikki Rummer and Davy & Kristin McGuire FAQs
This even was postponed from November 2021.
If you purchased tickets for our original dates, these have now been transferred across as follows:
Thursday 25 November -> Tuesday 31 May
Friday 26 November -> Wednesday 1 June
Please bring your original ticket with you, as these will be accepted on your new performance date.
Venue and timing details remain the same. Tickets for 1 June still automatically include access to a post-show talk, and both the performance and talk will be BSL interpreted on this evening.
If you can no longer attend, please feel free to request a refund through Eventbrite. You can also contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org to request a refund.
Both the Gulbenkian Centre and The Donald Roy Theatre where the performances will take place are wheelchair accessible and a companion may sit with you. Assistance dogs are allowed into the auditorium and it is 13m (14 yd 8in) from the designated seating area to the nearest accessible toilet.
You can find more access information including images, widths and heights of key areas of the building and more via the link below.
If you have a specific question and would like to contact the University of Hull, please send an email to email@example.com.
Age guidance 16+. “Unbroken” Contains references to sexual abuse and domestic violence.
How to get there
We’ve highlighted the venue for this performance on the University of Hull campus map below.
You can click this map to download a digital copy.
- The University Campus is located to the North of the city centre. There are three entrances to the campus, two off Cottingham Road to the South of the campus, and one off Inglemire Lane to the North. Both of these roads are accessed off Beverley Road (A1079) which leads North from the city centre.
- Bus routes 103 and 105 stop on Cottingham Road, to the South of the campus. U5, 9A and Simplibus 9 stop on Inglemire Lane to the North. 9A, 115, Simplibus 5 and Simplibus 9 stop on Cranbrook Avenue to the East.
- Hull Paragon Station is located in the city centre, just over 2 miles from the campus. Bus routes 103 and 105 can be used to reach the campus for Hull Paragon Interchange.
There is a site/campus car park for staff, students and visitors within approximately 200m of the Gulbenkian Centre. The name of the car park is Wilberforce Car Park which is a pay and display. The car park is located between Wilberforce and Chemical Engineering, off the campus road leading in from the North Entrance on Inglemire Lane.
25-26 November 2021
Doors open 7pm
The Donald Roy Theatre, The Gulbenkian Centre, The University of Hull, HU6 7RX
General Admission £8
Concessions (Students/Over 65s) £5
Accessible Performance/Wrap Around
26th November BSL interpreted + post-show discussion hosted by Stephen Munn (also BSL interpreted)