SKIPTON: Capturing the Moment, a solo exhibition by printmaker Mike Smith featuring over 20 of his recent reduction lino prints, will be on display at the Mill Bridge Gallery in Skipton until Saturday, July 7.

Craven Museum and Gallery will present an exhibition displaying a selection of artwork from The Roebuck Collection until Saturday, July 7, in Skipton Town Hall.

The group of works represent a range of periods, artistic styles and paintings of local interest and national importance.

Entry is free to the exhibition, which is open from 10am to 4pm Monday to Saturday.

Creative Fusion – A Journey, an exhibition of creative work by people who are supported by Horton Housing Association in the Craven area, is on display at Skipton Library.

The exhibition includes drawings, paintings, poetry and prose.

The exhibition is display at Skipton Library until today when it moves to Settle Library where it runs from Tuesday to July 17 and Cross Hills Library from September 12 to 26.

Votes for Women, a costume-in-context presentation, will be held at 7pm on Friday, July 6, in Skipton Town Hall.

Tickets cost £15, which includes a welcome drink and nibbles.

GTS Performing Arts will perform Bully, a heart-warming musical which addresses bullying issues, at 7.30pm on Saturday, July 7, and 2.30pm on Sunday, July 8, in Skipton Town Hall.

Tickets cost £5 for adults but under 18s are free.

To book tickets to the two events, visit or ring 01756 792809.

Skipton Folk Unplugged will present a performance by Jessica Lawson and Phil Simpson on Monday at the Narrow Boat, on Victoria Street. Start time is 8.30pm.

SETTLE: Settle Orchestra will perform a concert this Saturday at Christ Church in Skipton.

The programme will include music by Weber, Schubert’s and will feature French horn soloist Sophie Bell.

The concert starts at 7.30pm, and tickets costing £12 will be available at Capella in Settle, Bentham Post Office and on the door.

Dyad Productions will present The Time Machine, a new interpretation of the HG Wells classic, at 7.30pm tomorrow in Settle Victoria Hall.

To book tickets, visit or ring 01729 825718.

The Settle Victoria Hall Beer Festival returns for its third year.

A selection of ciders and beers will be available when the festival opens at 5pm on Thursday, July 5. The festival will run from noon to 10pm on Friday, July 6, and Saturday, July 7, with refreshments and light lunches available on those days.

Knitted Settle, an exhibition of knitted pictures of buildings in Settle, will be on display at The Folly until December 22.

A new exhibition by Lois Brothwell, which features oil painting of women galloping through the Dales on horseback, will be on display until Friday, July 6, at the Gallery on the Green.

BARNOLDSWICK: Available Jones, featuring guitarist Miguel Montalban, will perform on Thursday, July 5, in the Barnoldswick Music and Arts Centre, on Rainhall Road.

Then on Monday, July 9, and Tuesday, July 10, the centre will present the concert An Audience with Merrill and Jay Osmond - Up Close and Very Personal. Tickets for the July 9 concert are already sold out.

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

To book tickets, ring 07712 628366 or 01282 813374.

CARLETON-IN-CRAVEN: Carleton Ladies Choir and friends will perform a summer concert at 7.30pm on Saturday in Carleton-in-Craven Village Hall.

Tickets cost £4 for adults and £2 for children and available from the hub, pub or choir members.

For more information, email or ring 07834 545679.

An exhibition of photos and historical information about the village of Carleton will be on display on Saturday, July 7, and Sunday, July 8, in the Carleton-in-Craven Village Hall, St Mary's Church and Carleton Endowed Primary School.

The free exhibition will run from 1pm to 5pm both days and there will refreshments at the church.

Singer songwriter Kezia Gill will perform for the Iron Horse Country Music Club at Carleton Social Club on Saturday, July 14.

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

CONONLEY: Cononley Singers will mark the 40th anniversary of the film Grease with two summer concerts.

The first concert will be held at 7.30pm on Friday, July 6, in Cononley Village Institute and the second will take place at 7.30pm on Saturday, July 7, in Christ Church, Skipton.

The choir will perform a medley of some Grease's most memorable songs and other classical and contemporary songs. or ringing 01535 637405

GIGGLESWICK: A summer organ recital will be held at 6.30pm on Saturday in the Giggleswick School Chapel.

The recital features resident organist at Giggleswick School, Phillip Broadhouse.

Tickets are free, but donations would be appreciated.

To book tickets, visit or ring 01729 893180.

Reflection and Joy, a concert by Cantores Salicium and Camerata Salicium, will be performed on Sunday in Giggleswick School Chapel.

This concert is dedicated to the memory of Philip Andrew, who was a member of the choir for seven years.

The programme includes music by Parsons, Tallis, Purcell, Handel, Telemann, Haydn and Bach.

Entry is free but donations are welcome.

Our Day Out, a Giggleswick School drama, will be staged at 7pm on Tuesday in the Richard Whiteley Theatre.

Tickets, which cost £5 in advance or £7 on the door, are available at or by ringing 01729 893180.

GRASSINGTON: Grassington Festival, which will feature a variety of concerts, plays and other performances across a number of venues in Grassington and the Craven area, will be held until Saturday

To book tickets to any of the events, visit, ring 01756 752691 or email

The Upper Wharfedale Arts and Literature Society (UWALS) will host the Upper Wharfedale 1918 exhibition in Grassington Town Hall on Saturday, July 14, and Sunday, July 15, from 10am to 4pm each day.

The free exhibition reveals a picture of how life in the Dale was lived during the war years.