We will soon have space available at our building in Portslade.
Following Hessa as she prepares to step down as ruler, the film explores what food in the future might look like with scenes of Hull imagined eighty years into the future.
Combining theatre, audio and installation ‘2097: Live in Aarhus’ will be an unforgettable experience transporting you to the futuristic world of 2097.
Mexico City based writer and artist, Theo Di Castri, works at the intersection of immersive theatre, sound art and new media.
The future is here. ‘Eternal Data’, the first of five short sci-fi films is available to watch online now and download the companion app to speak to the rulers of the future city.
At exactly 2pm this Sunday, October 1st, every phone box in Hull will ring. Anyone who picks up a phone will be dropped into the science fiction world of 2097 – with the chance to be taken on a free ride into the future in a Tesla Model S electric car.
Today we’re relaunching Our Friends Electric with a brand new Blast Theory website and a host of ways to get even closer to us – by becoming a Fan, Supporter or Patron.
The future is coming to Hull this October… Today we’re announcing the details of our biggest project to date in a co-commission by Hull City of Culture and Aarhus European Capital of Culture.
We are thrilled to announce this prize which comprises a US $50,000 award along with an exhibition at the Nam June Paik Art Center in Korea during the second half of 2017.