Friday 20th October. Queen Victoria Square, 2pm
Hull History Walks
Whether you’re a regular visitor to the city and want to learn something you never knew before, or you’re new to the city and want to get a feel for the place, Paul Schofield’s Walking Tours are not to be missed!
To book, please email firstname.lastname@example.org quoting reference ‘Steampunk’. Tickets are £5.
Nosferatu: A Symphony of Horror
Friday 20 October, Trinity Market, 6pm doors for 7pm-9pm performance.
Be prepared to be chilled, thrilled, and have your popcorn spilled.
We’re proud to bring you a little piece of Steampunk heaven in the shape and form of director F.W Mernau’s – Nosferatu A Symphony Of Horror.
This 1922 classical and innovative blood-fest set the standard for everything to come. This is the original and the best adaption of the Dracula legend.
Count-Orlok née Dracula stalks his Romanian lair, while contemplating the terror that he will spread to distant lands. But as usual it is not the blow from a stake to the heart, but a kiss from a beautiful woman which brings his final downfall.
Xander Armstrong, Steampunk revivalist, has industrialised the Steampunk musical, post-modernist, revivalist-era to bring you an amazing new take on the musical sound-score accompanying the vampiric legend over screen.
He will be accompanied by the ‘Queen of Gothic- – Maethelyiah – whose sombre, melancholic, and operatic tones add an extra flavour of dark ecstasy within the film, and also a guest male vocalist.
Xander delivers an hour and a half of sheer brilliance, never to be forgotten.
You will be whistling the tunes all their way home to your lead-lined, steel-made coffin. Rest in peace, Steampunk dudes.
Tickets £5 (plus 75p booking fee): https://buytickets.at/asylumxi/1013872
Ghost Walks with Mike Covell
Friday 20th October. Trinity Square, 8pm-9.30pm. Ages 20+
Join local historian, author and expert on all things spooky Mike Covell on a walking tour of Hull’s ghostly myths and legends. The walk will begin at 8pm at the Andrew Marvell Statue outside the Hands on History museum in Trinity Square, returning to the same spot at 9.30pm.
Numbers are strictly limited so advance booking is essential. The cost is £5 per head. To book your place on the tour, send an email to email@example.com quoting reference ‘Steampunk’.