In an exciting first for Hull Jazz Festival, all our shows at Hull Truck Theatre this November will also be streamed live to a global audience. So if you can’t join us in person, you can join us from the comfort of you sofa from wherever you are in the world!
The live-mixed, full-HD, multi-camera stream will bring you closer to the musicians and right into the heart of the performance.
Festival Director David Porter says: “ We’re delighted to be broadcasting the entire live festival, designed and produced with both digital streaming and live audiences in mind. Working with our experienced livestreaming team, this makes us more flexible and agile, and we hope to continue to use this technology in the future. We don’t know what the future holds, but livestreaming will play an increasing role in our presentations going forward, bringing our programme to wider audiences on and offline, nationally and internationally.”
Tickets for all the livestreams are available now from the Hull Truck Theatre website, at £10 per show (£6 for students and under-26s). If you fancy checking out the whole programme, you can call the box office on 01482 323638 and book our Festival Livestream Deal to see 5 shows for £30.
Book tickets for Snake Davis and Gareth Moulton – Thursday 12th November at 7pm
Book tickets for Kate Peters Band: The Songs of Ella Fitzgerald – Friday 13th November at 7:30pm
Book tickets for Alina Bzhezhinska Hip Harp Quartet – Saturday 14th November at 3pm
Book tickets for Tony Kofi 5tet: Portrait of Cannonball Adderley – Saturday 14th November at 8pm
Book tickets for John Helliwell: Ever Open Door – Sunday 15th November at 2pm and 5pm