Things to do in East Yorkshire and North Lincolnshire
Lost for ideas for something to do this week, or just wondering what events are taking place in the region?
Here is a look at what's on in east Yorkshire and north Lincolnshire, with links to other sites and listings.
If you'd like your event included on this page the details to the team, making sure to include where and when the event takes place, admission details and how people can get in touch for more information.
Northern Ballet Theatre bring their interpretation of the story of legendary Egyptian queen to Hull's New Theatre.
Composer Claude-Michel Schönberg (Miss Saigon, Les Miserables) and Northern Ballet Artistic Director David Nixon OBE collaborate to bring this new work to the stage.
The production runs from Wednesday 16 to Saturday 19 March.
Age guidance 12+ due to scenes of an adult nature.
Performers from South Africa and North East England have collaborated on two plays that illustrate the links between the two areas.
The acclaimed Dodgy Clutch Theatre Company bring their continent-spanning story-telling to Goole's Junction.
Friday 18 March 8.00pm
The Ferens Art Gallery in Hull is holding its annual open exhibition.
The popular event showcases work from local amateur and professional artists. Many of the pieces are for sale, an ideal opportunity to find an original work of art at an affordable price.
Japanese Street Style
Exhibition charting the wide range of styles sported on the streets of Japan.
The country is famed for its youth culture and the show charts over 30 years of fashion and club culture.
The work is by artist Mark Wigan, who runs the UK's first Museum of Club Culture in Hull's Fruit Market.
The exhibition runs until Thursday 7 April. Open weekends 1100 to 1700 BST or by appointment during the week. Free entry.
She's My Heroine
To mark the centenary of International International Women's' Day, Hull's History Centre is highlighting heroic women from the city's past.
On display are items from the lives of eight women, including aviator Amy Johnson and writer Winifred Holtby.
The exhibition runs until Thursday 31 March 2011. Free entry.