Friday 2nd June


1200 –  Jamie Reid Where Are We Now Wall Collage

Humber Street Gallery

Jamie’s collage for Hull will be site-specific,

nominally unplanned, exciting and

done with flintlocks cocked and an eye on the exit.


1300 – 1430 - Momus on David Bowie


Singer-songwriter, artist and provocateur

Momus is over from Japan to revamp

his Bowie cabaret for the opening event

of Where Are We Now?


1530 – 1730 - gal-dem bedroom: What's in safe space?  


Site-specific female only installation exploring

the idea of a safe space and the importance

of them in this day and age


1800 – 2230 - Where Are We Now? #1 Hull

City Hall

Young Fathers

Charlotte Church's Pop Dungeon

Hollie McNish

Linton Kwesi Johnson

Award-winning film and animation screenings


2200 – 0200 - A Love From Outer Space


A club night that breaks boundaries

and sells out internationally with

Sean Johnston and Andrew Weatherall

Saturday 3rd June


1000 – 1130 - Hip Hop Workshops

Creative and Cultural Studio 3

Breakin Through Hull – Dance Workshop

Illustration for Graffiti (characters)

Graffiti - Letter Styles and Can Control

Intro to Mixing and Scratching

Intro to Music Production

Lyricism and Spoken Word


11.30 – 14.30 - Rodney P presents The Hip Hop World News

HIP Gallery

UK Hip-Hop legend, Rodney P, presents

his film discussing hip-hop culture.

with additional live performance from Loki



1415 – 1700 - Where Are We Now? Hip Hop Jam

Stage @ The Dock

A whirlwind of hip-hop culture featuring

some of the most significant voices of UK hip-hop

and representing across the country geographically

and across the elements of hip-hop featuring:

Chester P 5 Work Freestyle Challenge, Scorzayzee,

Amy True, Booth Boxers, The Flow 500 UK Cypher

DJ Rasp and a B-boy battle between Leeds the Way

and Hard Knox Crew.


1500 – 1700 - Mark Cousins presents I am Belfast

Vue Cinema

Acclaimed Northern Irish film director

Mark Cousins presents and discusses

his stunning movie 'I am Belfast',

an Official Selection at SXSW, Glasgow,

Belfast, London, Adelaide and many more


1730 – 2200 - Where Are We Now? #2



The Four Owls

Eva Lazarus

Stanley Odd

Cheidu and DeezKid

Redeye, Clarksman, PlayaOne and DJ East T

Steg G

DJ Toots and The Don

Sunday 4th June


1230 – 1330 - Sabrina Mahfouz on Poetry and the Sex Industry


Poet and playwright explores poetry and the sex

industry through her new collection

‘How You Might Know Me' with an introduction

by Hollie McNish


1400 – 1500 - The Bill Drummond Lecture


One of the UK’s premiere artist provocateurs

Bill Drummond will take up residence in Hull for

the entirety of Neu! Reekie! Where Are We Now?

This public performance come lecture will be the end

result of his project ‘Twinned With Your Darkest Thought’


1530 – 1630 - Caught by the River Revue


An exploration into Caught By The River

with John Andrews, Will Burns,

Martha Sprackland and Adelle Stripe


1800 – 2030 - You've Been Trumped Too


Anthony Baxter follows up his 2011

documentary You’ve Been Trumped

with the sequel, You’ve Been Trumped Too,

about Donald Trump’s battle with Aberdeenshire

residents over his golf course.

This special event screening will feature a panel discussion

with key creatives and a bespoke politically charged performance

from rapper and activist Loki.


2030 – 0000 - Where Are We Now Closing Party

The Adelphi

Where Are We Now? draws to a close.

The survivors will descend upon Hull’s Adelphi Club

to toast the ghosts as a host of all-star DJs from

the Festival take to the decks. FiniTribe will lead the charge

who kens who’ll follow