SKIPTON: Sister Act - The Musical will be performed from Thursday, October 26, to Saturday, October 28, at The Mart Theatre.

Sister Act tells the hilarious story of Deloris Van Cartier, a disco diva who witnesses a murder. Under protective custody she is hidden in a convent.

Disguised as a nun, Deloris helps her fellow sisters find their voices as she rediscovers her own.

Performances will take place at 7.15pm each evening with a 2.15pm on the Saturday.

Tickets cost £14 or £12 for concessions and the Saturday matinee and are available by ringing the box office on 01756 709666 or visiting

BadArt, an exhibition focusing on political and social struggles to defend working class communities from austerity cuts, will be on display in the Mill Bridge Gallery until Saturday, November 4.

Art In Mind, a mixed media exhibition of pieces created by individuals working with Pioneer Projects, is on display in the Exhibition Gallery at Skipton Town Hall until Saturday, October 28.

A Museums at Night evening will be held from 6pm to 8pm on Friday, October 27, at Craven Museum in Skipton Town Hall.

Get behind the scenes and hear from the team about their favourite objects and enjoy a private view of the current exhibition with a glass of wine.

Tickets costing £5, including wine and nibbles, are available on 01756 792809.

Performances of Monstersaurus, from the creators of Aliens Love Underpants, will take place in Skipton Town Hall at 11.30am and 2pm on Thursday, October 26.

Tickets costing £10 or £8 for under 18s are available on 01756 792809.

To book tickets to these events, call into the Skipton Town Hall box office or ring 01756 792809.

The Black Dyke Band, one of the world's oldest and best-known brass bands, will perform a charity concert at Skipton Town Hall on Thursday, October 26.

The band will perform a variety of music for the concert, which is being organised by the Rotary Club of Skipton.

Doors open at 7pm and concert starts at 7.30pm.

Tickets cost £16 and are available from Carling Jones estate agents, High Street, Skipton, by ringing 01756 799163 or emailing

Skipton Film Club will screen a seasonal late night showing of the horror classic Halloween at 10.45pm on Friday, October 27, at the Plaza Cinema, on Sackville Street.

Skipton Film Club will show the horror film Get Out at 5.15pm on Sunday, November 5, at the Plaza Cinema.

Members and non members are welcome to both films.

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

SETTLE: Settle Amateur Operatic Society will stage its upcoming musical Anything Goes from Wednesday to Saturday, October 28, at Settle Victoria Hall.

Set aboard the ocean liner S.S. American, the characters include nightclub singer Reno Sweeney, stowaway Billy Crocker, Hope Harcourt, wealthy Lord Evelyn Oakleigh and Public Enemy Number 13 Moonface Martin.

Performances take place at 7.30pm each evening with a 2.30pm Saturday matinee.

Tickets cost £12 for a balcony seat, £9 for an adult stall seat, £7 for children or £27 for a family of four.

They are available from the Settle Victoria Hall box office on 01729 825718.

The exhibition 1917: Mud and Misery, which looks at how the lives of North Craven people were affected by the Great War in 1917, will be on display at The Folly until Sunday, October 29.

The Tom Twisleton 100 Exhibition will be on display at The Folly until Sunday, October 29.

Tom Twisleton was a local legend who used a comical and gentle approach to advocate temperance.

His body of poetic work focuses on his experience of being a farmer in the area.

The exhibition Ice-Conic, a collection of photos by Paul Rogers illustrating ‘ice cream point-of-sale models’, will be on display at the Gallery on the Green until November 25.

BARNOLDSWICK: Award-winning folk musician Luke Daniels will perform tonight in the Barnoldswick Music and Arts Centre, on Rainhall Road.

Other upcoming concerts at the centre include legendary folk band The Strawbs who will perform on Saturday, the Complete Clash, a tribute to legendary 70's rockers The Clash, who will perform on Sunday and folk band Said The Maiden, who will perform on Thursday, October 26.

Doors open at 7.30pm and the concerts start at 8pm.

To book tickets, ring 07712 628366 or 01282 813374.

BURTON-IN-LONSDALE: The 2017/18 season of Concert and Cakes at All Saints Church begins on Saturday with a performance by the The Flux Trio.

The flute, clarinet and bassoon ensemble will perform a range of chamber music from 2.30pm to 4.30pm.

The concert will be followed by refreshments, including homemade cakes, and a chat with the musicians.

No ticket is required, but visitors will be invited to make a donation and there is a charge for refreshments.

GISBURN: Queen Tribute band Queen II will play at 8pm on Friday, October 27, at Gisburn Festival Hall, on Burnley Road.

Tickets cost £20, which includes a hot supper, and are available from Sue Cowburn on 07809 886890 or from the Delicious Deli and Café, Main Street, Gisburn.

GLUSBURN: James Phelan, nephew of the late Paul Daniels, will perform his brand new one man show Trickster at 7.30pm on Saturday in the Glusburn Institute Community and Arts Centre.

To book tickets, visit

GRASSINGTON: Grassington Players will perform Mr Bennet’s Bride at 7.30pm from tonight to Saturday in Grassington Town Hall.

Chosen to mark the 200th anniversary of Jane Austen’s death, this new play by Emma Wood is a prequel to Jane Austen’s much loved classic, Pride and Prejudice.

Directed by Paula Vickers, the production has been welcomed as a chance to show off the skills of the Players’ set, costume and make-up team.

Tickets cost £8.50 and are available at or from Grassington Hub on 01756 752222.

A bar will be available on the night.

KIRKBY MALHAM: Musician Beth Armitage will perform at Kirkby Malham Parish Hall on Saturday.

The evening will feature a selection of old classics in her own style.

Doors open at 7.30pm for an 8pm start.

Tickets cost £10, including supper, and are available by emailing