The Deep set to host magical sunset concert
Hull’s iconic aquarium, The Deep, is set to host a remarkable outdoor concert next month, on Thursday 8 April.
The ‘never-before seen’ event, which includes spectacular cinematic camera and drone shots of The Deep and the Humber, will take place in the nose cone of the venue, and will be live-streamed.
It is being hosted by R.MCL, renowned for his visual and innovative shows that “put the spotlight on unique places and locations”.
R.MCL is a musician, producer and artist. His music crosses choral and electronic genres, and is often accompanied by large statement art installations.
He has held a number of previous performances at well-known locations across the UK, including Poole Harbour and Abbotsbury Castle.
A spokesperson for The Deep said:
“The performance will be held outdoors in the nose cone of The Deep and is subject to changing weather conditions.
“Details will be available should the performance be rescheduled.
“We hope you can ‘tuna’ in to the livestream on the day.”
Sadly, The Deep is still closed due to current coronavirus restrictions.
According to the latest government update, indoor attractions are expected to be allowed to reopen on 17th May.
As such, there will be no live audience at the free event – instead, you can access it via Facebook from 7pm on Thursday 8 April.
The show is expected to last around an hour.