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Snake Davis is due to perform at The Grand, Clitheroe

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Oliver is staged in Williamson Park, Lancaster

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The Yarndale Festival is celebrated in the latest exhibition at Craven Museum and Gallery

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The Opera Boys will perform at the Grand Theatre, Lancaster

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Judy Sale is exhibiting at the Mill Bridge Gallery, Skipton

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Skipton Ladies Choir will give their summer concert at the town's Baptist Church

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A scene from Dreamboats and Petticoats which is being performed at The Grand, Leeds

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Julie Bond stars as Mrs Wilberforce in Bingley Little Theatre's production of The Ladykillers

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Skipton Building Society Camerata will perform at Skipton Town Hall

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Fiona Boyes who is performing at the Brontë Blues Club in Laycock

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The Houghton Weavers are to perform at Settle's Victoria Hall

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Author John Burland on one of his favourite walks at Ingleton Falls

Walking stalwart shares knowledge of the Dales

Kieghley Playhouse stages Wedding of the Year

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Skipton Little Theatre stages Michael Parker’s Whose Wives Are They Anyway

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Conductor Leo Geyer

Settle Orchestra prepares for its summer concerts

John Helliwell

Supertramp saxophonist plays at two gigs in Craven

The Aire Valley Singers

Aire Valley Singers help to raise money for church roof

The cast of Whose Wives Are They Anyway?

Laughs galore at Skipton Little Theatre

Purple Patch Arts during a visit to Malhamdale. Picture by the Yorkshire Dales National Park Authority.

Festival offers rock music with a difference

Skipton Camerata

Top pianist plays with Skipton Camerata

Neil Curry

Settle Sessions celebrates poetry and prose

Jessica Foxley who gave her name to the Unsigned competition for young blues musicians

Young blues musicians compete for festival slots in memory of Cowling musician Jessica Foxley

Dales Jam in action

Youngsters join Dales Jam for Clapham concert

Adrian Plass brings his play to Trinity Methodist Church, Skipton

What's on around Craven

Robert Webb stars in Jeeves and Wooster at the Leeds Grand

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The Escapades who are playing a gig in Bradford to celebrate signing a record deal

Silsden band The Escapades sign to Voltage Records

CoCo and the Butterfields

'Fip Fok' helps to raise money for Upper Wharfedale Cricket Club

PRINT CAPTION: Bernard Clement, one of the new members of Steeton Male Voice ChoirWEB CAPTION: Bernard Clement, right, receives his red jacket from Tim Bastow

Steeton Male Voice Choir gives coveted red jackets to new members

Limehouse Lizzy. Picture by Marty Moffatt

The boys are back in town!

Comedy songster Mervyn Stutter

Comedy songster heads to Tosside

Saxophone and piano jazz duo, Ian Millar and Dominic Spencer

Jazz in the Village comes to Burnsall

Peatbog Faeries who are due to perform at Victoria Hall, Settle

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Thea Gilmore, who is due to perform at Bingley Arts Centre

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Cantores Salicium with members of he Cave Rescue Organisation. Picture by Steve Finch

Concert will raise money for Cave Rescue Organisation

The Singing Farmers

Singing Farmers give farewell concert in Skipton

The Royal Oak, Settle, will be the venue of Six Impossible Things

What's on in Craven

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Juan Martin

Flamenco guitarists set to get the feet tapping in Settle

Grassington Players prepare for their spring production

Graassington Players return to the stage with double bill

Stu and Debbie Hanna, who will headline at Settle’s First Sunday Folk

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Opportunities for artists at Grassington Festival

Keighley Playhouse stages Death In High Heels

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Pictured are, from the left, back row, Julia Glossop, Sheila Hartley, Richard Williams, Kenn Green (all soloists) and musical director Nigel Waugh. Front row, pianist Brian Heaton

Music Centre choir joins Langcliffe Singers for spring concert

Work by  David Ashby

Deadline nears for entries in Grassington Festival's inaugural art exhibition

Roughshod Theatre Company presents IrRESISTible at Ingleton Methodist Church. Picture by Andrew Dyer

Irresistible performance promised in Ingleton

Victoria Hall, Settle

Musical duo return to Settle with new band

Patrick Monahan

Rising comedy star heads to Skipton

Giggleswick School Chapel

Choir calls off its performance of top opera

The KVU Singers performed at the Colne Muni in the Jessica Foxley Young Choral Composer Competition last November. Picture by Foxley Photography

Singers make guest appearance in Colne

Gargrave Village Hall

Crime writer entertains at Gargrave Village Hall

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