SKIPTON: World Lindy-Hop Day will be celebrated in Skipton this Saturday.

A day filled with vintage dance from the 1930s and 40s will include free taster classes, demonstrations and social dancing in the day around Skipton.

This will be followed by a ticketed night out at Skipton Town Hall in the evening, when swing DJs Jitterbug James and Tacky Annie will play swing time favourites.

The evening event begins at 7pm with a beginners and improvers class. Then there will be a social dance from 7.45pm, including demonstrations by the Swing Cats.

Tickets cost £6 for adults and £3 for students for under 21s.

The History Wardrobe, a celebration of Jane Austen’s wicked women, will be performed at 2pm on Sunday in Skipton Town Hall.

The show will reveal spicy details and shocking scandals of women and fashion in Georgian times, an era when stocking-theft or silk smuggling carried serious penalties.

Tickets cost £16 including tea and cakes.

Two car films are being shown at Skipton Town Hall on Sunday, June 3, to mark the annual Skipton Car Show.

Cars, the Pixar animated movie, will be shown at 1pm. Then at 5pm there will be a screening of the classic British film The Italian Job.

Tickets cost £5 for adults and £3 for under 18s.

Tickets for all Skipton Town Hall events are available from or by ringing 01756 792809.

Humans of the Dales Exhibition, featuring portraits and interviews collected in the Yorkshire Dales, will be on display until Monday in Skipton Town Hall.

The exhibition, commissioned by Grassington Festival, will be open from 10am to 4pm Monday to Saturday.

The exhibition, The Celestial Landscape, an exploration of Yorkshire landscapes in mono print, linocut and bronze by Helen Peyton, will be on display in the Mill Bridge Gallery, 3 Mill Bridge, until Saturday, June 2.

The galley will be open from 11am to 4pm Thursdays to Saturdays.

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

SETTLE: Musician Sarah McQuaid will perform at 8pm tonight in Settle Victoria Hall.

Then at 7.30pm on Saturday there will be a screening of Streams of Wonder - Looking for the Heart of the Yorkshire Dales, a new film by The Moonbeam Collective.

The anarchic comedy We Are Brontë will be performed at 7.30pm on Sunday, John Jones and the Reluctant Ramblers will perform in concert at 8pm on Monday and then from 7.30pm on Wednesday Giggleswick Railway Circle: The Tornado Story will be held in Settle Victoria Hall.

To book tickets for all Victoria Hall events, visit or ring 01729 825718.

Back in Settle’s exhibition Farms, Flags, Forges will be on display at The Folly until June 24.

The Folly is also displaying the exhibition Knitted Settle until December 22.

An extra open day for the exhibition Still Life – A Celebration will be held from 11am to 4pm this Saturday at Gavagan Art in Settle Town Hall.

Phil Moody, a former member of the band Chumbawamba, is exhibiting his artwork at the Gallery on the Green.

His exhibition, Interventions with Stone, will be on display in the former BT phone box until tomorrow.

Artist Lois Brotherwell’s new exhibition, which features Yorkshire’s landscapers in oil paintings, will be on display in the Gallery on the Green from Saturday to July 6.

BARNOLDSWICK: Americana, rock ‘n’ roll country band Jake Dixon and The Hiding Magpies will perform in concert on Monday in the Barnoldswick Music and Arts Centre, on Rainhall Road.

Doors open at 7.30pm and the concert starts at 8pm.

To book tickets, ring 07712 628366 or 01282 813374.

CARLETON-IN-CRAVEN: The next Carleton Film Night will feature the film The Big Sick, which will be screened at 7.30pm on Sunday in Carleton-in-Craven Village Hall. Doors open at 7pm and tickets cost £4 on the door.

Country musician Darren Busby will perform at the Iron Horse Country Music Club on Saturday, June 9, in the Carleton Social Club.

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

Clapham Art Group’s annual exhibition in Clapham Village Hall will open this Saturday.

The group will exhibit around 80 paintings, which will be for sale.

A preview will be held from 8pm tomorrow and the exhibition, which runs from Saturday to Sunday, June 3, will be open daily from 11am to 6pm.

Entry costs 50p and homemade refreshments will be available.

GLUSBURN: The film Paddington 2 will be screened at 7.30pm on Friday, June 1, in the Glusburn Institute.

Doors open at 7pm and tickets, which cost £5 for adults, £4 for children or £16 for a family, are available on 01535 630223 or by visiting

GIGGLESWICK: The Swan Singers will perform the concert Faire is the Heaven, an evening of English choral music, at 7.30pm on Wednesday in the Giggleswick School Chapel. Tickets cost £9 in advance or £11 on the door.

The Lancashire Singers will perform the concert Heroes and Villains at 7.30pm on Saturday, June 9, in the Giggleswick School Chapel. Tickets cost £10.

Tickets are available at or on 01729 893180.

GRASSINGTON: Jon Taylor’s Blues Dudes will be perform jazz and blues music at 7.30pm on Monday at the Octagon in Grassington Town Hall.

Tickets costing £10 are available from Grassington Hub.

KILNSEY: Upper Wharfedale Arts and Literature Society (UWALS) will hold a spring quiz at 7.30pm tomorrow in Conistone with Kilnsey Village Hall.

There will be a supper with tea, coffee and soft drinks.

To book tickets, ring 01756 770051 or 01756 770350.