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Hull Truck is a relatively small theatre with a big heart. The theatre tailors its programmes to suit a local audience and you can be sure of seeing something quirky or unusual, usually with a local flavour. Prices are reasonable, it serves good food and...More
Attended an event and the layout of the venue and location was good. Easy parking nearby.
Seats comfy. The thing that wasn't right was the AV system. The sound was terrible with bounce back and feedback, the videos played at the event had problems with...More
Booked to see Le Mis said by schools. Price very reasonable so thought why not. What a great surprise waiting. Yes the cast are 15yrs and younger but how proffesional and their voices spot on. Made me cry with the emotion put into some songs....More
Been to Hull Truck a few times now and never been disappointed, very good theatre to visit. Car park right next door and only £1 to park on an evening. This time we came to see Tom Allen...funniest thing I've seen since seeing Victoria Wood...More
This is a super, intimate theatre. It has seats that are actually quite comfy, and the way they are positioned gets you close to the action, with a good view. Good disabled access. Staff were friendly and helpful. Really nice ice cream. Tiny but functional...More
The theatre was busy and after seeing the performance it was clear why. Oliver was brilliant. The production was great with some real local talent on show. Some of the individual performance were exceptional. Great night out.
Went to see Turn and Face the Strange, the story of Mick Ronson 'the Spider from Hull' who famously was in David Bowie's band Spiders from Mars. The focus was on Mick Ronson's achievements, as told by people who had known him and worked with...More
1st time to this great theatre, small & intimate you are almost part of the stage which is great atmosphere.
Well stocked bar & food available.
Almost no bad stage view seats in the 440 seater auditorium, we had J15 & J16 and view was...More