• Date and time: Friday 24 June 2022, 10am to 6pm
  • Location: In-person only
    Street Life Hub, Coney Street (Map)
  • Admission: Free admission, booking recommended

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Event details

Join us on 24 June to explore the past and future of York’s historic Coney Street.

From historic coaching inns to the legendary Willow nightclub, from a busy waterfront to a popular Turkish baths, and from coffee-house habitués and newspaper workers to suffragettes and street singers, Coney Street has seen it all. An exciting project led by researchers at the University of York aims to bring the history and creative spirit of Coney Street to the fore and shape a new and vibrant future for the familiar thoroughfare.

Join the StreetLife project team to explore the heritage of Coney Street, a pop-up printing press, museum and gallery, and live and digital musical performances reflecting on and inspired by the street. You will have the chance to peer into the street’s hidden corners, to enjoy its forgotten but essential relationship with the river that winds through York’s city centre, and to find out more about the communities - past and present - who live, work and play on the street.

This project is funded by the UK Government through the UK Community Renewal Fund.

StreetLife partners:

  • UK Government
  • University of York
  • City of York Council
  • York Civic Trust
  • York Music Venue Network 
  • York BID

For more about the activities on offer and which ones to pre-book, visit the StreetLife website.

Image credit: © Alex Holland



Partners

Street Life logo York Civic Trust and York Conservation logos University of York logo UK Government logo CYC and York Bid logos York Music Venue Network logo

Venue details

  • Wheelchair accessible