SKIPTON: The exhibition Stepping Into View will be on display at Craven Museum and Gallery until the end of March.

The exhibition, a collaboration between Stepping Stones, Craven College and Craven Museum and Gallery, will display photographs taken by a local group of adults with learning disabilities, detailing everyday life in Skipton.

The gallery in Skipton Town Hall is open every day except Sundays, from 10am to 4pm.

Skipton Film Club will screen the stop-motion animation film Anomalisa on Sunday in the Plaza Cinema, on Sackville Street.

A short film by local filmmakers will start the evening.

The film is open to everyone and tickets cost £5.50 for film club members and £6.50 for non-members.

Cobbydale Singers will perform in concert with Nelson Arion Male Voice Choir at 7.30pm on Saturday, March 4, at Christ Church in Skipton.

To book tickets, email or ring 01535 655361 or 07460 553336.

Skipton Folk Unplugged will host a singers night starting at 8.30pm on Monday at the Narrow Boat, on Victoria Street.

SETTLE: Settle Orchestra will perform its next concert, Brahms' A German Requiem, with the Langcliffe Singers.

There will be two performances of the concert, one at 7.30pm on Saturday, March 18, at Richard Whiteley Theatre in Giggleswick, and the second at 7.30pm on Saturday, March 25, at Christ Church in Skipton.

Brahms’ A German Requiem is a large-scale work for chorus, orchestra, a soprano and a baritone soloist.

It was composed between 1865 and 1868, comprises seven movements and was Brahms’s longest composition.

It is sacred but non-liturgical, and unlike the long tradition of the Latin Requiem, this is a Requiem in the German language.

The concert opens with Schumann’s powerfully melodramatic Manfred, inspired by Lord Byron’s poem of the same name.

Elspeth Slorach is the conductor for Settle Orchestra and Langcliffe Singers are directed by Nigel Waugh.

The former BT telephone box, which houses the Gallery on the Green, returns to its origins with its current exhibit which focuses on phones.

Mobiles, landlines, phone boxes, phone lines, puns and jokes and all sorts of pictures of telephones, real and imaginary, form the basis of Settle Photographic Group's exhibition Focus on Phones.

All the work is new and has been made at a scale that works in the tiniest of exhibition spaces.

The exhibition runs through March 12.

Folk-rock band Fairport Convention will perform a concert as part of its 50th anniversary tour in Settle Victoria Hall at 7.30pm tonight.

Credited with originating British folk-rock, Fairport Convention first took to the stage in 1967 and to mark its 50th year, Fairport released a brand new CD titled 50:50@50.

The band will play a selection of tracks from the album as well as long-established favourites from their extensive repertoire.

Doors open at 6.45pm and all tickets cost £25.

Pink Floyd tribute band What the Floyd?, the brainchild of Australian guitarist Daniel Bowles, will perform at 8pm on Saturday in Settle Victoria Hall.

Using high technology and a blazing light show, their current set is based on the legendary 1994 PULSE tour.

Doors open at 7.15pm and tickets cost £10 in advance, £12 on the door.

Ceilidh band The Watch will perform in Settle Victoria Hall at 7.30pm on Sunday.

The band features Rob Murch on classical banjo and Gareth Kiddier is the piano accompanist.

The First Sunday Folk evening at Victoria Hall will be ntroduced by Mike Harding with The William Small Small Orchestra.

Doors open at 6.45pm and all tickets cost £12.

Peter Pan, the latest production by Settle Amateur Operatic Society’s junior group, will be staged in the Settle Victoria Hall on Friday, March 23, and Saturday, March 24.

Tickets are available by ringing the box office on 01729 825718.

AUSTWICK: Austwick Community Players will present the comedy Pandemonium in Paradise on tomorrow and Saturday at Austwick Parish Hall.

Doors open at 7pm for 7.30pm. Tickets, which include refreshments, cost £6 for adults and £2.50 children and are available from Austwick village shop on 015242 51415 or from any of the Players.

For more information ring 015242 51269.

BARNOLDSWICK: A live acoustic session with the legendary Big Country will be held at 7pm on tonight in the Barnoldswick Music and Arts Centre, 18-22 Rainhall Road.

The concert is presented by Concert For The Kids.

Tickets for this concerts are available by ringing 01282 813 374 or 07712 628 366.

French-Canadian company Les Bordéliques, featuring former Cirque du Soleil performers, will bring their madcap new show Blind Date to the Rainhall Centre on Wednesday, March 15.

Tickets for the show, which starts at 7pm and is suitable for ages 10 plus, are available by ringing 01282 345200.

The St Patrick's and St Joseph's Day ceilidh featuring the Quadrille Ceilidh Band will be held on Saturday, March 18, at the St Joseph's Community Centre on Bolland Street.

Doors open at 7.30pm and tickets cost £10, which includes a buffet supper.

To book tickets contact Julia Townson on 01282 81504.

CARLETON-IN-CRAVEN: The Iron Horse Country Music Club will host a performance by up and coming country musician Kezia Gill in Carleton Social Club on Saturday, March 11. Doors open at 7.15pm and tickets on the door cost £5.

GIGGLESWICK: Giggleswick School will host the weekly broadcast of BBC Radio Four’s Any Questions on Friday, March 10, in the Richard Whiteley Theatre.

To book tickets, visit

INGLETON: The 31st Ingleton pantomime, The Snow Queen, will be staged until Saturday at Ingleton Community Centre.

Performances take place from 7.30pm and tickets, which cost £6 for adults and £4 concessions, are available by ringing Ingleton Community Centre during office hours on 015242 41701.

KETTLEWELL: Upper Wharfedale Arts and Literature Society will host the exhibition All Our Yesterdays at Kettlewell Village Hall on Saturday and Sunday between 10am and 4pm.

The exhibition gives visitors the opportunity to wander through 300 years of social history and features a unique archive of printed and photographic material documenting the changing and enduring way of life in Upper Wharfedale.

Admission is by voluntary donation and refreshments will be on sale.