SKIPTON: Limehouse Lizzy, a tribute to Celtic rock icon Philip Lynott and his band Thin Lizzy, will perform in The Mart Theatre at 7.30pm on Saturday.

Comedian Dave Spikey will perform his Juggling on a Motorbike show in The Mart Theatre at 7.30pm on Thursday, April 13.

Dave, a former biomedical scientist in the NHS, is celebrating the 30th anniversary of his comedy career.

Tickets for both shows cost £15 and are available by ringing the box office on 01756 709666 on weekdays between 10am and 2pm or visiting

Skipton Players will perform the psychological drama Iron by Rona Munro from April 18 to 22nd at Skipton Little Theatre, on Clifford Street.

Rona Munro’s production of Iron is a set in a women’s prison and tells the story of a mother and daughter who try to break through the barriers of time, memory and punishment which separate them.

Tickets for non members cost £10, or £5 for under 16s and students. They are available online at or by ringing 07527 141176 from 14 days before the production.

Sutton-in-Craven based choir KVU Singers will perform Giacomo Puccini's sacred composition Messa di Gloria for its spring recital concert at 7.30pm on Saturday at Holy Trinity Church in Skipton.

Tickets cost £10 each (under 16s free) and are available by ringing 01535 653917 or 653009, from any choir member, by emailing or at the door on the night.

Skipton Choral Society will hold its Easter concert Gloria! at 7.30pm on Saturday, April 8, at Christ Church in Skipton.

Tickets costing £8.50 are available from choir members or from Sheila Bloomfield on 01756 751879 or 07933 925875.

The Skipton Building Society Camerata will perform Bach’s St John Passion in a Good Friday concert at Skipton Town Hall at 7.30pm on Friday, April 14.

This oratorio was first performed in Leipzig, Germany, on Good Friday in 1724 and tells the story of the passion/crucifixion of Christ based on the gospel of St John.

The orchestra will be conducted by Ben Crick with soloists including tenor Richard Rowe as the Evangelist and baritone Mark Saberton as Christ.

The will be supported by Joanne Dexter (soprano), Melanie Lodge (alto) and Nicholas Sales (tenor) and the Clothworkers Consort choir from Leeds.

Tickets cost £20, £18 for over 60s, £9 for ages 18 to 25 and £4 for under 18s.

For more details about the Camerata and their concerts visit

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

The exhibition 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 film Rams at 5.15pm 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.

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

SETTLE: Moments Captured in Stitch, an exhibition by Cate Holland, will be on display at the Gallery on the Green until May 13.

Local artist and former art teacher Cate takes as her theme for the exhibition the concept of waiting for the release that spring brings after a season of being caged in.

The annual RamJam concert will be held in Settle Victoria Hall at 7.30pm tonight.

For the concert, young musicians are joined by the more mature DalesJam for an evening of jazz conducted and arranged by Richard Omerod.

Doors open at 6.45pm and tickets cost £8 for adults and £4 for children.

The Dolly Parton Story, a Country and Western tribute act paying homage to Dolly Parton, will be performed at 8pm on Saturday in Settle Victoria Hall.

The Dolly Parton Story is fronted by Andrea Pattison, a singer who is a life long fan of the country music legend.

TRAMPS will screen the foreign film The Idol in Settle Victoria Hall at 7.45pm on Wednesday.

The film in Arabic with English subtitles, is based on the true story of Mohammed Assaf, a wedding singer from a refugee camp in Gaza.

Doors open at 7pm and all tickets cost £5 on the door.

Settle Stories will present Bed Among the Lentils at 7.30pm tomorrow in the Royal Oak.

Canadian storyteller Olivia Olsen brings one of Alan Bennett's most revered monologues to life.

The story is about a nervous vicar's wife who has a vision of God at the local off-licence.

Tickets cost £14 by ringing 05603 845693 or £12 online by visiting

BARNOLDSWICK: The Credence Clearwater Revival Review will perform a free concert on Saturday at the Barnoldswick Music and Arts Centre, 18-22 Rainhall Road. Doors opens at 7.30pm.

The tribute band, featuring Peter Barton, Geoff Hammond, Graham Pollock and Scott Whitley, will perform many of the Southern rock band's classic hits which include Proud Mary, Bad Moon Rising, Up Around The Bend, Travelling Band, Suzi Q, Green River, Have You Ever Seen the Rain and Fortunate Son.

Geoff Achison and the UK Souldiggers will perform in concert on Thursday, April 6. Doors open at 7.30pm and the concert begins at 8pm.

Blues singer and guitarist Mark Harrison will perform at the Barnoldswick Music and Arts Centre at 7pm on Saturday, April 8.

Tickets for these concerts are available by ringing 01282 813374 or 07712 628366.

GIGGLESWICK: The Helen Howard School of Theatre Dance will present From Broadway to Hollywood on Saturday and Sunday in the Richard Whiteley Theatre.

Evening performances take place at 7pm and a matinee will be staged at 1pm on Sunday, April 2.

Tickets are available by ringing the box office on 01729 893180 or visiting

SUTTON-IN-CRAVEN: South Craven Baptist Church will host a performance by a bluegrass band from Leeds.

The Backyard Burners will perform in the Holme Lane church at 7.30pm on Saturday.

Tickets costing £10 are available from Judith Bousfield on 01535 636326 or from the church office on 01535 523977.