New video shows the City of Culture from a vibrant new angle
It’s not so dull in Hull after all
The newest City of Culture video to be released shows Hull in a completely fresh light and highlights the more cultural side of the city.
As part of the final preparations before Hull begins its reign as the UK City of Culture 2017, Hull businesses are promoting the city in a more positive way and showing off the things that make our city great.
The video, which was produced by Hull Trains, includes footage of the uni campus, the quirky docksides and the city centre.
Artwork around the city plays a big role in the video. We get teasing glimpses of the graffiti in the docks of Hull and the Amy Johnson A Moth for Amy project.
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