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What's on in Craven
3:38pm Thursday 23rd August 2012 in Leisure
Skipton : Evocative photographs, snapped by a young man when the Queen came to the throne in 1952, are on show at Holy Trinity Church.
The 48 pictures taken by Henry Meyer, now 80, will be on show until Monday.
* The final organ recital of the 2012 series will be staged at Christ Church on Monday.
It will be given by resident organist Robert Marsh at 11am and will include the Trumpet Voluntary by John Stanley and works by JS Bach, Elgar and Walton.
* Skipton Community Orchestra will hold a rehearsal at Holy Trinity Vestry Rooms on Tuesday, from 7.30pm to 9.30pm The group is open to all ages and players, whether new, rusty or experienced. The cost is £3.
For more information, visit skiptoncommunityorchestra.org.uk l Photographer Tim Smith explores how tea links North Yorkshire and the troubled African country of Rwanda in the latest exhibition at Craven Museum and Gallery.
His exhibition, Tea: From The Land Of A Thousand Hills, runs until September 22.
Settle : RetroElectro, a three- piece electronic trio fronted by Kirsty Wilde, will perform classic 80s music at the Victoria Hall tomorrow (Friday) at 8pm.
There will be support from Replicas, a Gary Numan tribute band.
Victoria Hall, in conjunction with TRAMPS, is showing films every week over the summer and Wednesday’s featured film will be the musical Grease. The screening starts at 7pm and tickets cost £5.
Contact (01729) 825718 or visit settlevictoriahall.co.uk for tickets.
* Settle Photographic Group is staging its town trail and annual exhibition. Members are displaying the best of their pictures in Settle shops until Wednesday and then in St Alkelda’s Church, Giggleswick , from Saturday, September 1 to Sunday, September 9.
* An exhibition at the Gallery On The Green celebrates the Trimphone, which was designed in the 1960s. It features the work of Upper Wharfedale artist and print-maker Helen Peyton.
* Photographer Gary Fitch is exhibiting images of trawlermen and their way of life at the Three Peaks Gallery until next Friday, August 31.
* The Folly is staging Victoria Cave Revisited, which celebrates the discovery of the cave by two Settle men, Michael Horner and Joseph Jackson, in 1837.
A second exhibition, Time to Celebrate, features memorabilia and photographs loaned from every part of North Craven that show how people have celebrated royal events, family reunions, galas, community shows and school anniversaries.
* The Lime Gallery, in the new Courtyard development, is showcasing the work of artists inspired by nature and the landscape.
Its Wish You Were Here exhibition runs until September 16.
Buckden : Buckden Art Group will stage its annual exhibition in the village institute from this Saturday to next Sunday, September 2. Opening times are 11am to 5pm.
GRASSINGTON: Artist Peter Woolley will exhibit his Yorkshire landscapes in the the town hall from Saturday to Monday, and opening times are 10am to 5pm.
INGLETON: Indie light rock band Lie Ability will play at Ingleborough Working Men’s Club on Saturday at 8.30pm.
Kelbrook : Kelbrook Art Group will hold an exhibition in Kelbrook Village Hall from Saturday to Monday.
There will be a raffle to win a painting donated by Audrey Walker and proceeds will be split between the Yorkshire Air Ambulance and a charity. The exhibition will be open from 10am to 5pm on Saturday and Monday and 11am to 5pm on Sunday.
TOSSIDE: Singer-songwriters Kate Howden and Paul Jones perform at Tosside Community Centre on Saturday at 7.30pm. Tickets cost £7 from (01729) 840272.