Different Language 11th Anniversary
Sunday 1st April 2018
- Very special guest TBA
- Different Language
- Tom Gibbins
An exciting, intimate music & creative space in Hull. Gate Nº5 is the home of the infamous Different Language parties.
Sunday 1st April 2018
Saturday 3rd February 2018
Saturday 28th October 2017
Easter Sunday 16th April 2017
Saturday 29th October 2016
Saturday 6th August 2016
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Sunday 27th March 2016
Saturday 20th February 2016
Saturday 31st October 2015
Saturday 15th August 2015
Sunday 24th May 2015
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Friday 26th December 2014
Saturday 1st November 2014
Saturday 21st June 2014
Different Language has always felt a responsibility to help push boundaries in Hull, the recently crowned UK City of Culture 2017.
Gate Nº5 is an exciting, intimate music & creative space hidden amidst an industrial estate, against a backdrop of warehouses, chimneys and factories. This disused wharf building, sat on the banks of the River Hull, was formally used to fill and export linseed oil to the Middle East.
The venue has an indoor room and a large outdoor space, a total capacity of around 400. It opened in the summer of 2014 and is still enjoying sell-out Different Language parties. The team have recently announced their successful occupancy bid of the building for throughout 2018 and will open on February 3rd.
The infamous Different Language parties, utilising unique outdoor & warehouse spaces, have grown into one of the North's most original and respected underground parties attracting some of the scenes finest including tINI, Cassy, Tobi Neumann, Guti, Dyed Soundorom, Margaret Dygas, Enzo Siragusa, Martin Buttrich, Onur Özer, Dan Ghenacia, Julietta, Molly, Hector and many more.
The setting of Gate Nº5 couldn't be more perfect. Hidden amidst an industrial estate, sat on the banks of the River Hull, against a backdrop of warehouses, chimneys and factories. View the location map.
Gate Nº5 is located on the roundabout of Bankside, Air Street and Wincolmlee, approximately 4 minutes from Hull City Centre, 3 minutes from Cottingham Road and 4 minutes from Princes Avenue.
Hull station is a 5 minute taxi ride away from the venue. Hull has regular trains from Leeds, Manchester, London and the rest of the UK.
Gate Nº5 is approximately a 10 minute walk from Beverley Road and a 15 minute walk from the Myton Bridge and Freetown Way.
There are plenty of drop off/pick up areas for taxis on Wincolmlee to the main entrance of the venue.
There is some on-street parking available near the venue.
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