SKIPTON: Theatre Hullabaloo will present two performances of Bear and Butterfly at 11am and 1.30pm on Friday, January 19, in Skipton Town Hall.

Puppetry, live music and storytelling combine in this charming tale about love, loss and friendship.

Tickets, which cost £5 and £3.75 for under 18s, are available from the box office in Skipton Town Hall or by calling 01756 792809.

Boxwood and Brass, specialists in late 18th century and early 19th century wind music, will perform at 7.30pm on Tuesday, January 23, in Skipton Town Hall.

The ensemble features Emily Worthington and Oscar Arguelles on clarinet, Ursula Monberg and Kate Goldsmith on horn and Robert Percival and Takako Kunugi on bassoon.

The programme features Beethoven's Sextet Op. 71, Mozart's (arr. Percival) Serenade K.388 in C minor, Weber's Adagio and Rondo and Mozart's (arr. Percival) Symphony No. 39 in E flat.

To book tickets, ring 01756 799912 or visit

Skipton Film Club will screen the last year's Oscar-winning film Moonlight at 5.15pm on Sunday, February 4, at the Plaza Cinema, on Sackville Street.

Members and non members are welcome.

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

SETTLE: The show 2 Talking Heads by Alan Bennett, which are part his series of ground-breaking monologues, will be performed at 7.30pm on Thursday, January 18, in Settle Victoria Hall.

The first monologue is A Lady of Letters, and is story about Miss Ruddock, whose civil liberties are dear to her.

She asserts those rights by writing letters, but one of these missives pushes her to the brink, with unexpected but liberating consequences.

The second monologue, Bed Among the Lentils, is a story about Susan, an alcoholic and nervous vicar's wife who has to travel into Leeds to go to the off-licence because of her debts with the local shopkeeper.

She distracts herself from her ambitious and vainly insensitive husband and his doting parishioners by conducting an affair with a nearby grocer, Ramesh, discovering something about herself in the process.

Tickets cost £8 in advance or £10 on the door.

The John Godber film Last Laugh will be screened 8pm on Friday, January 19, in Settle Victoria Hall.

The story follows college lecturer Martin Dawson and his hope to escape from obscurity by having a screenplay made into a ?lm. Tickets cost £5 in advance or £8 on the door.

A Burns Supper, featuring entertainment by Bill Adair, will be held at 7.30pm on Saturday, January 20, in Settle Victoria Hall. All tickets cost £17.

Grammy Award-winning singer and songwriter Amy Wadge and roots singer and songwriter Luke Jackson will perform in concert at 8pm on Saturday, January 27, in Settle Victoria Hall.

Tickets for all of these events are available online at or by ringing the box office on 01729 825718.

The new winter exhibition, The Poetry of Tom Twisleton, runs until January 25, 2018, at the Gallery on the Green.

APPLETREEWICK: Somerset based singer-songwriter Reg Meuross with support from Plumhall will perform a concert at 8.30pm on Saturday in the Cruck Barn at The Craven Arms.

This concert is part of the Reg Meuross's Two Albums Tour, encompassing two album releases: Faraway People and Songs About A Train.

Tickets cost £10 and are available online at

AUSTWICK: The Ribblesdale Area Moving Picture Show (TRAMPS) will screen the film Dunkirk at 7.30pm on Friday, January 19, in Austwick Parish Hall.

TRAMPS will screen the film The Finest Hours at 7.30pm on Friday, January 26, at Ingleborough Community Centre in Ingleton.

TRAMPS will also screen the 1987 black comedy Withnail and I at 8pm on Friday, January 26, in Bentham Town Hall.

To book tickets or for more information about TRAMPS, visit

BARNOLDSWICK: Piano player Ben Waters will perform in concert on Saturday at the Barnoldswick Music and Arts Centre, on Rainhall Road.

The centre will also present concerts by blues rock guitarist Rob Tognoni, known as The Tasmanian Devil, and his band on Thursday, January 18; soul, blues and gospel singer Jo Harman on Thursday, January 25, and A Celebration Of Simon And Garfunkel, featuring music by Tim Chu and Ian Bailey, on Thursday, February 1.

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

To book tickets for these events, ring 07712 628366 or 01282 813374.

CARLETON-IN-CRAVEN: The first event of 2018 at Iron Horse Country Music Club, which meets in Carleton Social Club, will be held on Saturday when Harrogate vocalist and guitarist Chris Raddings will perform at the club.

Doors open at 7.15pm and tickets cost £6 on the door.

The film Lion, starring Dev Patel and Nicole Kidman, will be screened at Carleton Film Night on Sunday, January 28.

Doors open at 7pm and the film starts at 7:30 pm.

Tickets cost £4 on the door. There will be a bar and snacks will be on sale.

CONONLEY: Cononley Cinema Club will screen the Disney film Beauty and the Beast, starring Emma Watson, on Sunday, January 21, at Cononley Village Institute.

Doors open at 4.30pm and the film will start at 5pm. Refreshments will be available.

Tickets cost £5 or £2.50 for under 16s and are available from Cononley Village Shop or on the door.

GIGGLESWICK: Dunkirk, the 2017 war film which depicts the Dunkirk evacuation of World War Two, will be screened at 3.30pm on Sunday, January 21, in the Richard Whiteley Theatre.

Tickets cost £5.50 in advance or £7.50 on the door.

A live performance of King Lear will be screened by Shakespeare’s Globe at 7pm on Thursday, January 25, in the Richard Whiteley Theatre.

Tickets cost £13 (concessions £11) in advance or £15 (concessions £13) on the door.

To book tickets to either of these events, visit or ring 01729 893180.

GLUSBURN: Glusburn Youth Theatre will present its annual pantomime from Sunday, February 11, to Saturday, February 17, at the Glusburn Institute Community and Arts Centre.

To book tickets, which cost 8 for adults, £6 for concessions and £24 for a family, ring 01535 630223 or visit