Hull Heritage Days 2017

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Heritage Open Days begin this week across the country and as befits its first year as UK City of Culture, Hull’s contribution is bigger and better than ever.

This event, run nationally by English Heritage and coordinated locally by Hull Civic Society, runs between Tuesday 5th – Sunday 12th September.

The granting of grade II listed status to Philip Larkin’s flat at 32 Pearson earlier this year was further recognition of the important part he plays in the City’s literary heritage and over the next nine days there will be several opportunities to explore his legacy.

Exploiting the Philip Larkin Archive – a researcher’s paradise

Thursday 7th September, 3.00 pm Hull History Centre.

An illustrated talk by Philip Pullen about the vast Larkin archive located in Hull History Centre and the ways in which this has been used as a basis for the New Eyes Each Year exhibition at the University of Hull.

Follow Hull’s Literary Trail

Saturday 9th September, 2.00 pm Hull Paragon Station.

Join Hull tour guide Paul Schofield for a journey through Hull’s literary landscape and explore its links to Larkin, Plater, Dickens and many others.

Larkin Exhibition: New Eyes Each Year

 This highly acclaimed exhibition will continue until October 1st. In addition, the University of Hull will be providing guided tours of the Brynmor Jones Library, Larkin’s Office and Art Gallery at 11.00 am each day.

 

 

 

 

 

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