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Craven Herald: Mike Fenton, coming to the Gargrave Autoharp Festival

8:51am Friday 27th June 2014

What's on in Craven

Dance group in a Hollywood hit

Craven Herald: Skipton's Northern Dance Centre

8:46am Friday 27th June 2014

SKIPTON’S Northern Dance Centre will give a show in Giggleswick on Sunday.

Singer has double date in Craven

Craven Herald: Singer songwriter Martin Francis

6:27pm Friday 20th June 2014

SINGER songwriter Martin Francis will be in action twice this week.

For just £5 you can hear the work of a world-class pianist

Craven Herald: RISING STAR: Emmanuel Vass will perform on Wednesday at Skiptron Girls’ High

4:50pm Sunday 4th May 2014

Emmanuel Vass, BBC Music Magazine’s Rising Star for March and a Classic FM Featured Artist, will join Skipton Girls’ Chamber Choir and Skipton Youth Orchestra for a concert on Wednesday.

What's on further afield

4:48pm Sunday 4th May 2014

Harrogate Theatre: Reform Theatre Company presents Kissing Sid James (Today till May 3). Mark Thomas and 100 Acts of Minor Dissent, May 7. Contact 01423 502116.

What's on around Craven

4:47pm Sunday 4th May 2014

SKIPTON: There is still chance to catch Skipton Players’ latest show, Michael Frayn’s four-character play Benefactors, at the town’s Little Theatre until Saturday.

What's on further afield

7:14pm Thursday 24th April 2014

West Yorkshire Playhouse, Leeds: The Threepenny Opera, by Bertolt Brecht and Kurt Weill (today until May 10). Play, Pie, Pint – Skeleton Wumman (to May 3). Contact 0113 2137700.

What's on around Craven

7:14pm Thursday 24th April 2014

SKIPTON: Timtone Productions will present A Celebration of the Music of Simon and Garfunkel at Skipton Town Hall tomorrow.

Sunbeams provide music for all

7:25pm Thursday 24th April 2014

Country Harvest at Ingleton will present an evening of “inspiring” music tomorrow.

Reviews of events across the district

7:17pm Thursday 24th April 2014

Chamber Music Series, Skipton Girls’ High School The hall at Skipton Girls’ High School – and its fine new concert grand – is home to Skipton Building Society Camerata’s 2014 Chamber Music Series.

Henry to film album video at free Victoria Hall gig

Craven Herald: LINE-UP: Henry Priestman

7:16pm Thursday 24th April 2014

Ex-Christians and Yachts songwriter Henry Priestman will film a video and DVD for his new album when he performs at Settle Victoria Hall on Saturday.

Reviews of productions across the district

4:58pm Thursday 17th April 2014

O Duo, Christ Church, Skipton For any audience member expecting a reverential presentation of a classical concert, this must have required a violent gear-change.

What's on around Craven

4:53pm Thursday 17th April 2014

SKIPTON: Rumpelstiltskin is coming to Mart Theatre. It features four local actors and focuses on a poor miller’s daughter thought to be able to spin straw into gold. Shows will be held tomorrow and Saturday, with curtain up at 1pm and 4pm. Tickets are £8 for adults, £6 for children or £24 for a family of four. Tickets online at themart theatre.org.uk or by calling 01756 709666.

Bruce Foxton of The Jam heads to Silsden

Craven Herald: PLAYING: The Escapades will be joining the line-up

4:57pm Thursday 17th April 2014

A former member of 1980s band The Jam will headline a major music festival in Silsden this summer.

Writers get the chance to shine

Craven Herald: Sue Vickerman

4:56pm Thursday 17th April 2014

Two writers with libraries of published books and prizes will launch the 2014 Settle Sessions.

What's on further afield

4:54pm Thursday 17th April 2014

West Yorkshire Playhouse, Leeds: An August Bank Holiday Lark, First World War drama directed by Barrie Rutter (to April 19). Children’s show What the Ladybird Heard (to April 19). The Threepenny Opera, by Bertolt Brecht and Kurt Weill (April 24 to May 10). Play, Pie, Pint – Skeleton Wumman (April 29 to May 3). Contact 0113 2137700.

Louise Jordan to play in Skipton on Monday

Craven Herald: Louise Jordan

2:17pm Friday 4th April 2014

Acoustic singer, composer and musician Louise Jordan is touring with her critically-acclaimed album Florilegium – and, on Monday, she will be guest of Skipton Folk Unplugged.

Singers perform Requiems to mark centenary of war

6:00pm Friday 4th April 2014

Langcliffe Singers will mark the centenary of the outbreak of World War One at its concert in Giggleswick School Chapel next Saturday, April 12.

What's on further afield

2:04pm Friday 4th April 2014

Alhambra Theatre, Bradford: Disney’s musical The Lion King (until May 10); National Theatre production of War Horse (May 26 to June 14). Contact 01274 432000.

Weekend of laughter at Skipton Mart

Craven Herald: Josh Widdicombe

2:10pm Friday 4th April 2014

Skipton’s Mart Theatre will offer a double comedy treat next weekend.

What's on around Craven

2:04pm Friday 4th April 2014

SKIPTON: South Craven-based KVU Singers will commemorate the centenary of the start of the First World War at its concert at Christ Church on Saturday.

Kitty takes part in Open Studio days

Craven Herald: At home: Kitty by her easel in Arncliffe where she will be holding open sessions this summer.

2:02pm Friday 4th April 2014

Hidden behind a stone wall in the picturesque village of Arncliffe lies an unexpected surprise.

Society is harking back to Prohibition for productions

6:51pm Thursday 27th March 2014

Settle Amateur Operatic Society is embracing the prohibition era.

What's on around Craven

6:46pm Thursday 27th March 2014

SKIPTON: Settle Orchestra will stage the second of two spring concerts at Christ Church on Saturday.

Reviews of recent shows and concerts

6:55pm Thursday 27th March 2014

European Philharmonic Chamber Orchestra Christ Church, Skipton Although entitled European, this group embraces extra-European players, extending to South Korea.

What's on further afield

6:47pm Thursday 27th March 2014

Alhambra Theatre, Bradford: Disney’s musical The Lion King (until May 10); National Theatre production of War Horse (May 26 to June 14). Contact 01274 432000.

Singers to mark war centenary

Craven Herald: The KVU singers will be helping commemorate the centenary of the war

6:48pm Thursday 27th March 2014

South Craven-based KVU Singers will commemorate the centenary of the start of the First World War at its concert next Saturday, April 5.

Youngsters tune up for annual gig

Craven Herald: CONCERT: Richard Ormrod conducts a previous RamJam and Dales Jam concert

7:00am Friday 21st March 2014

Now in its seventh year, RamJam is gearing up for its annual concert at Settle’s Victoria Hall on Saturday.

Organ recital by Jason Lowe Settle Parish Church

3:19pm Thursday 20th March 2014

The seventh recital in the 101st anniversary celebration of the inauguration of the Binns organ took place on Saturday, given by Jason Lowe, organist at Giggleswick Chapel, and previously Sidney Nicholson Organ Scholar at Manchester Cathedral.

Alex hopes to bring down the House with his band

Craven Herald: CONTEST: Lost Meridian are (from left), Jamie Furguson, Luke Hatfield, Alex Johnston-Seymour and Rowan Wells

3:17pm Thursday 20th March 2014

A Skipton singer-songwriter is aiming high with his up and coming band, Lost Meridian.

What's on a little further afield

3:14pm Thursday 20th March 2014

Alhambra Theatre, Bradford: Disney’s musical The Lion King (tomorrow to May 10). Contact 01274 432000 St George’s Hall, Bradford: Puccini’s opera La Boheme (tonight); An Evening Of Burlesque (Saturday); Reduced Shakespeare Company in comedy The Bible (Wednesday); Northern Ballet in children’s ballet Three Little Pigs (March 27); tribute show A Night Of Dirty Dancing (March 28). Contact 01274 432000 Grand Theatre, Leeds: Leeds group LAOS in musical 42nd Street (until Saturday); psychological illusionist Derren Brown in Infamous (Monday to March 29); Jack Bruce And His Big Blues Band (March 30). Contact 0844 8482700 Leeds City Varieties: Good Old Days Music Hall (tomorrow, Saturday, March 28 and 29); Oysterband (Tuesday); acoustic guitarist Andy McKee (March 20); nostalgia show Bless ‘Em All (March 25); comedians Jason Manford (March 26), Richard Herring (March 27), Brendan Grace (March 29). Contact 0113 2430808 Carriageworks, Leeds: Proper Job in new vampire musical Nosferatu (until Saturday). Contact 0113 2243801.

What's on around Craven

3:12pm Thursday 20th March 2014

SKIPTON: Toploader are heading for Skipton and will perform at the Mart Theatre tomorrow.

Settle College student Bretten Lord launches new drama group

Craven Herald: Bretten Lord

11:00am Saturday 15th March 2014

Rathmell teenager Bretten Lord – star of the award-winning film Lad: A Yorkshire Story – is turning his hand to pantomime.

Beatles tribute act to perform at Gisburn

Craven Herald: Tribute band Just John and Paul

11:00am Saturday 15th March 2014

Gisburn will be rocking to the sound of the Beatles when Lennon and McCartney tribute band, Just John and Paul, appears at the Festival Hall.

Settle Orchestra to stage spring concerts

Craven Herald: Ernest Tomlinson with his family – including daughter Hilary, who will perform at the Settle Orchestra concerts – after getting his MBE

11:00am Saturday 15th March 2014

Settle Orchestra’s spring concerts have something for everyone.

Skipton Players seek cyclist for film footage

Craven Herald: Skipton Little Theatre

11:00am Saturday 15th March 2014

Skipton Players are looking for a cyclist.

Review: Austwick Community Players’ Oil Tek the High Road

Craven Herald: Members of Austwick Community Players

6:00pm Thursday 13th March 2014

In their 2014 show, Oil Tek the High Road, Austwick Community Players have delivered another resounding success.

Review: Gigg Lectures: Banged Up Abroad, Sandra Gregory

6:03pm Thursday 13th March 2014

In February 1993, Sandra Gregory made the news in a way which is probably every parents’ worst nightmare. She was arrested for drug smuggling in a country where such offences carry the death penalty. In the two years prior to her arrest she had been travelling around Thailand and living in Bangkok. However, unable to work because of recurrent illness, short of money and desperate to return home she was befriended by Robert Lock who, she claims, offered to pay her £1,000 in exchange for hiding drugs for his personal use and carrying them from Bangkok to Tokyo.

What's on in Craven

Craven Herald: Jason Lowe

3:38pm Thursday 13th March 2014

SKIPTON: Toploader will perform at the Mart Theatre next Friday, March 21. Its live set features all of the band’s singles including Dancing In The Moonlight and Time Of My Life as well as new material.

What's On Guide

Craven Herald: Derren Brown returns to Swansea Grand next year.

3:32pm Thursday 13th March 2014

King’s Hall, Ilkley: Musical Les Miserables (March 20-23). Contact 01943 607944.

Former South Craven School pupil brings acclaimed show to Leeds

Craven Herald: Matthew Heseltine, far right, with fellow cast members Joseph Dowsing, Jessica Richards, Stuart Reid and Lara Ensor

11:29am Wednesday 12th March 2014

A former South Craven School pupil is to stage a drama which won rave reviews at the Edinburgh Festival last year.

Elephants’ football in the museum the visitors made

Craven Herald: A charango made from an armadillo

6:41pm Thursday 6th March 2014

Artist Helen Peyton was bored with starchy museums and art galleries that displayed the “usual” artworks or artefacts.

Toploader to perform at Mart Theatre, Skipton

Craven Herald: Toploader are heading for the Mart Theatre

6:40pm Thursday 6th March 2014

Toploader are heading for Skipton.

Legacy of Ann lives on at Skipton Music Festival

Craven Herald: Ollie Macnab, Sophie Wolstenholme, Joel Holmes and Amber Gaunt

6:37pm Thursday 6th March 2014

This year’s Skipton Music Festival will be dedicated to its former secretary, Ann Ware.

Skipton Brass Band to hold open rehearsal

6:44pm Thursday 6th March 2014

Skipton Brass Band is inviting the community to attend an open rehearsal tomorrow.

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