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Long Live The Kings of Hull archiveCommissioned as part of Hull's UK City of Culture celebrations, we first met the Kings family at Malcolm and Becky's golden wedding anniversary as they reflect on the city's past, from the 1960s through to Brexit and beyond. Now we rejoin them as Malc and his family embark on a P&O Ferries' Dutch Dash, where they discover it's not only the sea that gets rough. It could be Rotterdam or anywhere, but when you take the Kings out of Hull, the sparks still fly. Whoever said that family was dead?...

Author John Godber.

Archive listings for Long Live The Kings of Hull

Work type: Play.


Company John Godber Company. Director John Godber.
5 Sep 18 to 15 Sep 18Hull New Theatre, Hull :: V934
listing details L0437369112

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