What's on in Hull and East Yorkshire from Saturday 1 June - Friday 7 June

Looking for something to do this week? Well look no further.

From shopping markets to theatre shows and even events for the little ones, there's plenty happening in Hull and the surrounding areas to keep away any boredom for the next week.

Here's our latest round-up of events in the area. Have an event coming up you'd like us to include? Contact us on Facebook.

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Hornsea Museum Remembers D-Day - Saturday June 1

From 11am to 4pm, Hornsea Museum will be hosting a free event to to remember the upcoming anniversary of D-Day.

The day will include refreshments, a 1940s singer and the dress code is 'dress to impress 1940s style' - but this is optional. For more information, visit their Facebook page.

Hull Model Railway Show - Saturday June 1 - Sunday June 2

This weekend will be a day to remember for those who enjoy model trains.

Taking place at the event space on the ground floor of Princes Quay, the Hull Model Railway show is back for it's annual event. Hosted by the Hull Miniature Railway Society, people can expect working layouts, trade stalls and even two layouts that kids can operate for themselves.

The event starts at 10am both mornings, and runs until 5pm Saturday and 4pm Sunday. Tickets are priced at £5 for adults, under 16s £1 and under 5s can enter for free. For more information, visit their Facebook page.

Younger Traders Market @ Trinity Market - Saturday June 1

Home to some of the best independent shops and food eateries Hull has to offer, Trinity Market is now offering its first ever Younger Traders Market.

Running Saturday June 1 from 10am to 3pm, the organisers say "please come and show your support for our local entrepreneurs." Find out more on their Facebook page.

The Sound of Springsteen at Hull City Hall - Saturday June 1

Celebrating the legendary music of 'the boss', Bruce Springsteen fans can celebrate 40 years since the iconic Born in the USA album was first released at Hull City Hall this weekend.

Organisers say: "From high-octane vocals to the phenomenal stage production, every detail is meticulously crafted to transport you back to the golden age of rock 'n' roll. Whether you're a lifetime Springsteen fan or discovering his music for the first time, you will be captivated by the thundering guitars, iconic saxophone and powerful lyrics that defined generations."

Prices range from £24.50 - £26.50. Book here.

Sewerby Squirrels History Explorers at Sewerby Hall - Monday June 3

Every week, Sewerby Squirrels has books to read, a sensory area and a themed activity, especially designed for the under 5s. This week, little ones can look forward to History Explorers. Children can enjoy digging up the past, playing with Edwardian toys and making a cave painting.

Standard admission charges apply when the house is open. When the house is closed, charges are: £2 per child aged 3-4, including one accompanying adult; additional adults £2 each; free entry for annual pass holders and under 3s. Book here.

Little Shop of Horrors at Hull Truck Theatre - Wednesday May 22 to Saturday June 8

It's the final week to see cult favourite monster musical Little Shop of Horrors. The wildly entertaining story, music, and lyrics were created by the dream team of Howard Ashman and Alan Menken, famous for their work on the Disney features Aladdin, Beauty and The Beast, and The Little Mermaid.

Follow hapless shop assistant Seymour as he stumbles across a mysterious new plant that promises him fame and fortune, at a price. Hull Truck says: "Feed the need for musical hilarity with this devilishly delicious sci-fi smash hit musical that has devoured the hearts of audiences around the globe and now comes to Hull Truck Theatre in this brand-new production.

"Filled with incredible rock and roll music, be prepared to laugh, scream, and be convinced to give up gardening for life!" Find out more or book tickets on the Hull Truck website. Tickets begin at £10 but concessions get a £3 discount.