- Telephone 01482 317941
- Opening times Tue–Thu 10am–10pm; Fri & Sat 10am–11pm.
- Food served Tue–Thu 10am–8pm; Fri & Sat 10am–8.30pm.
- Website www.kardomah94.com
Formerly a disused apartment block Kardomah94 opened in 2013 as a bar, restaurant and events space. It hosts film screenings, spoken word nights, stand-up comedy and live music. The resaurant specialises in creative pizza concoctions and Mediterranean-inspired dishes.
There’s a multi-storey car park and plenty of on street parking available across the road from Kardomah94 and parking is free after 6pm.
There are 12 events at this location
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Allsorts Variety Night
Kardomah94 presents the Allsorts Variety Night. Brilliance, nonsense & whimsy guaranteed or your money kept. -The brilliant music of looping violinist, Chris Heron -Lynda Harrison supported by The Mucking Fuddles -Humber Film’s screening & soundtrack to Made in Hull -Chat – with guests to be…
Dan Billany: Made In Hull
Theatre On The Edge presents Dan Billany: Made In Hull. Teacher and writer, Dan Billany, known for his freedom of thought and life as a rule-breaker, disappeared without a trace in World War II. He left behind the manuscripts of two novels that became international best sellers. The Trap was hailed as a wartime…
An Evening with Neil Shand
During his illustrious career, Neil Shand wrote for and worked with some of the greatest names in British comedy history. From Spike Milligan to David Frost, from The Two Ronnies to Bob Monkhouse, Neil has been at the heart of some of the best-loved comedy shows ever made. As part of the Heads Up festival, he’ll be in…
A Fish Tale – The Alan Barnes Octet
A Fish Tale – composed by Alan Barnes & Pat McCarthy. A commission of new original music reflecting on the rich heritage of our fishing ports, using diverse musicians to create a dynamic suite of music arranged and led by Alan Barnes and interspersed with insightful verse by Josie Moon. It is a powerful and…
Hull Comic Con Spring – Night Bash
Hull Comic Con Spring 2017’s Night Bash! A night of comedy, music, games and dancing featuring TIM QUINN, writer for The Guardian newspaper and former editor of Marvel Comics! For over 30 years Tim Quinn worked for the world’s most famous comic book companies as scriptwriter, editor and illustrator, on everything…
Let Me Fly: A celebration for International Women’s Day
‘Let Me Fly’ is a celebration of music and song to mark International Women’s Day, inspired by the indomitable spirit of flying heroine Amy Johnson in her home town Hull, City of Culture 2017. It will feature local renowned Yorkshire singer/songwriters Paula Ryan, Katie Spencer and Ali Bullivent. Special guests will…
Thu 2 Mar
£6 / 01482 317941
The Other Man
The Other Man is a quirky comedy about relationships and bad decisions. An original production by Iron the Grass productions. Iron the Grass is a company comprising of young people who primarily produce completely original productions. 14+
For our big production Iron the Grass has decided to take on William Shakespeare’s Tempest. Keeping the original themes of deceit and magic, the company also want to make it their own by bringing focus to the fact that it is city of culture year and bring in influences from Hull. Iron the Grass is a theatre company…
A matinee performance of good old fashioned music, comedy and spoken word entertainment by Wotlarx and friends. All ages
Women of Words: Gevi Carver
Women Of Words is a monthly event for female performers of spoken word, prose, song and drama featuring open mic slots and special guests each month. Male audience members are very welcome. On 5 April, Women of Words welcomes Gevi Carver.
Women of Words: Lisa Luxx
Women Of Words is a monthly event for female performers of spoken word, prose, song and drama featuring open mic slots and special guests each month. Male audience members are very welcome. On 3 May, Women of Words welcomes Lisa Luxx.
Women of Words: Rose Drew
Women Of Words is a monthly event for female performers of spoken word, prose, song and drama featuring open mic slots and special guests each month. Male audience members are very welcome. On 1 March, Women of Words welcomes Rose Drew.