Get inspired, up and out! Find a challenge or take time out to relax. HulaHub makes it easy to find fun stuff to do, when and where you want.
Share the good times with friends, old and new! HulaHub makes it easy to organise and join leisure activities with the people you want to be with.
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We make it super-easy to find and book over 600 local leisure activities - all in just a few clicks. But we believe in sharing the good times! Build your own network of leisure friends and widen your interests - we're here to help. We're proud to introduce our brand-new, sociable marketplace for leisure bookings.
Browse thousands of activities, or let us suggest something. From yoga workshops to 5-a-side football, pottery to cookery classes, there is something for everyone!
Book and pay for your activity in just two simple steps. Bring guests or invite other friends to join you. Simple! Now you can get with the fun stuff...
Share the good times with new and old friends. Discover new interests and grow your leisure network. They say two's company, three's a crowd... and we think crowds are great!
Sort out your fun-life! Join local painting groups. Follow, friend and meet other painters. Painting and a whole range of leisure activities.
Painting is applying paint or other medium to a surface to produce an artwork. Painters may use oils, pastels, acrylic or watercolour paint, which is usually applied with a brush - although other implements can be used. They may paint on a range of materials including paper, canvas, wood and glass. Paintings can be naturalistic and representational such as in a still life, landscape or portrait painting; photographic; abstract; narrative; symbolistic, emotive (as in Expressionism) or political or religious in nature.
Being able to paint is a great pleasure. If you're a total beginner, there are a few simple things you can do to stimulate your creativity: learn to really look at the world - see how light falls on objects and look at the lines and colours that form them; carry a sketch book with you everywhere and use it often; lastly, go to galleries and explore how other artists see their world and capture it.