Hull’s most haunted building has flung its doors open to invite the public in to see round the building and a display of artwork by local artists as part of the campaign to save the iconic Lord Line Building.
Tony Hutchinson, owner of the Witham Pharmacy and Danielle White, Events Coordinator for the building invited guests including Lord Mayor Councillor Anita Harrison, BBC Radio Humberside presenter David Burns and local poet Audrey Dunne to a preview event last night.
The display in the hayloft of the building included work such as a massive model of St. Andrews Fish Dock and surrounding area, a fishing vessel and pictures of the Lord Line Building along with merchandise from Action For Hull who are campaigning to save the Lord Line Building.
Music was playing in the courtyard and there was some artwork set back a bit that can be seen while you’re there.
Other attractions during the heritage days that run until Saturday are guided tours which have been pre-booked and Bee Lady Jean Bishop will open the final day at 10 o clock on Saturday morning.
There is also a sneak preview of what is to come with the Hull Dark History Museum which is currently being expanded within the building by owner John Hemingway.
It is also known that Burnsy has suggested to City of Culture that they should go and see the building with a view to using it as a performance space.
Mrs White and Mr Hutchinson are also promoting the venue as a performance space with many events lined up for the remainder of this year and into 2016 including an alternative nativity play written by Pony Express Theatre Company.