Best Hope, Diversity Hull event is proud to have showcase young talented artist and supporting their aspiration in life.  The young artist share their testimony and was grateful for the wonderful opportunity to showcase their talents before diverse audience. This was a life changing experience for some people who later develop more confidence in themselves that they are able to make progress in life.

As we celebrate 5 years of organizing Diversity Hull event, Diversity Award was introduced to recognize the contribution of individuals and group for their wonderful work in the City of Hull.


Showcasing their talent on this wonderful day are; Total Praise Choir, Shobel & Ronith (Singer & Dancer), Antoine Robinson (Musician), Laura Van Diesen (Singer), United voices, Ethiopian dance group (Dancer), Claire Holdich (Singer and Flautist), Trans-Art (Spoken Word, Drama and Performance).

Total Praise Choir in Action

Total Praise Choir

Antoine Robinson in Action:

“Antoine is a professional musician and singer with many years of experience, having played piano for 40 years since the age of 6, and singing with acoustic guitar for almost 20 years.  He performs regularly at weddings, pubs and other events.  He embraces a wide range of musical styles, and his extensive vocal repertoire contains over 200 songs from many eras and genres.  He is also the keyboard player in the well-established Beautiful South/Housemartins tribute band, the ‘Beautiful Couch’, and plays piano for Hull-based gospel choir, ‘Total Praise’.  For bookings and other information, please visit Antoine’s websites: and  (Please note there is no .uk)”



Claire Holdich: ‘Was great to be able to share some flute beatboxing with you this afternoon! Thanks for having me and being a great audience!’

Ethiopian Performance


Laura Van Diesen



Shobel & Ronith (Singer & Dancer) ‘We are passionate about what we do and thanks for this great opportunity’



Peter Sanyaolu: Lead Trans-Art Performance:


Augustus Onabanjo: Spoken Word Titled  ‘Don’t Break Me’IMG_5226