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Hull Truck Theatre : Building on Ferensway

Humberside Building, northern England design by Wright & Wright Architects, UK

6 Aug 2010

Hull Truck Theatre Building

Location: 50 Ferensway, Hull, England

Date: 2006-

Design: Wright & Wright Architects

Construction Cost: approximate £10m

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Hull Truck Theatre

A major new theatre provides a cultural keynote to the transformation of Hull City Centre. The Main Auditorium seats 450 and a flexible Studio seats 150; supported by rehearsal spaces, workshops, dressing rooms and educational spaces. The external black skin wraps inside to create the foyer which holds the well lit bar and café.

The theatre has an innovative sustainability strategy using borehole technology and passive ventilation. Also the winner of the Civic Trust Special Award for Inclusive Design.

Hull Truck Theatre images / information from Wright & Wright Architects

Wright & Wright Architects

Address: 50 Ferensway Hull, East Riding of Yorkshire HU2 8LB

Phone: 01482 323638

Location: 50 Ferensway, Hull, England, HU2 8LB, UK

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Reckitt Benckiser Centre for Scientific Excellence Hull UK
photograph : Photos by Alex Wroe
Reckitt Benckiser Global Centre for Scientific Excellence
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A Hall for Hull Installation
photograph : Thomas Arran
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Scale Lane Bridge
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Scale Lane Bridge Hull
photo © Timothy Soar
Scale Lane Bridge
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Kingswood Academy, Bransholme, Kingston upon Hull
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Kingswood Academy Building Hull
photo © Rob Parrish
Kingswood Academy Hull

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