Thursday Lates: Otis Mensah & G, 2021. Courtesy of Humber Street Gallery © Studio Blue Creative

Thursday Lates

One Thursday a month, Humber Street Gallery will be showcasing new commissions relating to the themes of exhibitions on display in the venue. Art inspires art and these regular events will take many forms; dance, music, spoken word, performance art and more.

On these Thursdays the gallery spaces will also be open beyond their usual closing time of 5pm, so come and check out the exhibitions on display and then join us for an evening of culture!

Upcoming Thursday Lates:

 

Thursday Lates: Emily Gray & Jamal Sterrett

Thursday 17 February 2022
7-9pm
Humber Street Gallery
Booking required

A double bill will see new performance work by dancers Emily Gray and Jamal Sterrett. Both Emily and Jamal will develop unique performances in response to themes of identity, technology, reality, and history, as will be explored in new solo exhibitions on throughout Spring 2022 at Humber Street Gallery by Ashley Holmes and Kara Chin.

Thursday Lates: Out Loud Scratch Night with Middle Child and Silent Uproar

Thursday 24 – Saturday 26 March
7pm doors
Humber Street Gallery
Ticket details to follow

 

Casino by Larner Wallace-Taylor

It’s January 1974 and Linda and Tina have had it with Wigan. They’re planning their escape, away from the strikes and the power cuts. But when Tina’s brother Ant introduces them to his new favourite club, they’re drawn into a world of Northern Soul, fashion and amphetamines that they never knew existed. They’ve finally found a place to call home – but how long can they hold onto it?

Out Loud is a scratch night for writers in Hull to see and hear their scripts performed by professional actors in front of a friendly audience for the first time, produced by Middle Child and Silent Uproar.

Past Thursday Lates:

 

Picture of Otis Mensah

Thursday Lates: Otis Mensah and G

Thursday 18 November 2021
Humber Street Gallery

A double bill will see new performance work by writer and performing artist Otis Mensah, and cross disciplinary artist, G. Taking influence from Jazz, Hip-Hop and spoken word, both Otis and G will develop unique performances of newly commissioned work alongside some existing pieces in response to themes of family, identity and the body present within Jasleen Kaur’s new solo exhibition Flesh ‘n’ Blood on throughout Autumn at Humber Street Gallery.

Thursday Lates: Chiedu Oraka

Thursday 28 October 2021
Humber Street Gallery

Rap artist Chiedu Oraka performed an intimate set alongside Deezkid, BLAZER BOCCLE, JT, Joe The Third, and DJ D Li, comprising new work and previous tracks exploring themes of growing up in north Hull, perceptions of identity and the importance of community solidarity, themes which were shared within the exhibition In Conversation as Collective Strategy on from September at Humber Street Gallery.

Date
One Thursday, monthly

Location
Humber Street Gallery

Evenings

Booking required

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