The ICC Cricket World CupCricket fans will not want to miss the opportunity of seeing the game's biggest stars at the Cricket World Cup taking place at The Oval and Lords amongst other venues throughout May and June. Take the hassle out of travel with Hull Trains’ direct services to London, and you can be in the ground experiencing the excitement first hand. Don't forget the FA Cup Final will be held at Wembley on Saturday 18th May.
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Van Gogh and Britain at Tate BritainThis major exhibition runs until 11th August and brings together over 50 works by Vincent van Gogh and reveals how he was inspired by British culture. Some of his most famous works such as Shoes, and Starry Night on the Rhône, will be on display alongside other British artists such as Francis Bacon, who were inspired by Van Gogh. Not to be missed!
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Antique & Collector's FairTaking place on Bank Holiday Monday, May 27th Take a stroll around the fantastic exhibition hall at Doncaster racecourse on the Spring Bank Holiday, featuring up to 400 stalls from all over the country. You never know what you might find! There’s free car parking, and an onsite food court to refuel from bargain hunting. Admission costs £4 for adults, OAPs/children £3.50, U12s Free.
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The DeepWith 2 bank holidays and the school half-term holidays this May, it’s the perfect time to take a family-trip to The Deep, the world’s only submarium. Featuring over 3000 creatures from sharks and rays to penguins and jellyfish and frogs, The Deep is teeming with marine life. And best yet, tickets allow you repeated entry for a year, so you can go back as many times as you like! Make sure you stay to watch feeding time with the sharks. Looking for more ideas?
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