Our inspiring vision will see the church restored and re-ordered, creating a fabulous space for worship and for banquets, cultural events and performances, while Trinity Square is re-modelled as a stunning public space. We believe Holy Trinity can be a catalyst for regeneration, a beacon for a revived Old Town and a leading heritage, tourism and cultural destination by 2017, Hull’s year as UK City of Culture. All of this will sustain our vital work as a welcoming Christian presence in the heart of the city.
Rev Matt's in charge this week as Irene and Neal are at a conference. So anything could happen! To quote Matt: "Be afraid. Be very afraid!"
A libertine is one devoid of most moral restraints, which are seen as unnecessary or undesirable, especially one who ignores or even spurns accepted morals and forms of behaviour sanctified by the larger society. Libertines put value on physical pleasures, meaning those experienced through the senses. As a philosophy, libertinism gained new-found adherents in the 17th, 18th, and 19th centuries, particularly in France and Great Britain.
This recital by tenor Austin Gunn will show the responses of Reynaldo Hahn, Hugo Wolf, Roger Quilter and Benjamin Britten, among others, to the works of libertine poets John Wilmot, Paul Verlaine, Theophile de Viau and Lord Byron.
In 2015 The Sixteen takes a trip back to 16th-century Spain and more specifically to one of the biggest, richest and most cosmopolitan cities on earth - Seville. It was during this Spanish ‘golden age’ when arts and culture flourished, that Francisco Guerrero and Alonso Lobo made their mark.
Between them these two composers capture an astonishing variety of moods within their music, from ecstasy and joy to despair, longing and devotional stillness...
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With live vintage music, vintage clothing, and craft stalls, we bring you all the activities you expect from a vintage event. However, we are not just an ordinary fair. Our Vintage Affair will be host to a vintage fashion show, displaying the best in vintage fashion. Couple this with vintage hair and beauty demonstrations, a prohibition bar, themed food, even a Pop up Vintage Cinema and you’re in for a truly unforgettable evening.
If you’re looking to be part of the event and exhibit your work, we also offer stalls to local traders, but hurry up and get in touch because the limited spaces are filling up quickly!
Friday – 5pm – 10pm Saturday – 10am – 4pm Cinema Showings TBC
Entry to church £2.00