SKIPTON: Skipton Players will perform the political comedy Whipping It Up at 7.30pm from Tuesday, September 25, to Saturday, September 29, at Skipton Little Theatre.

Tickets are available at or on 07527 141176.

Paines Plough will present Blackthorn, a play about the only two children born in a tiny North Yorkshire village in a generation, at 7pm tonight in Skipton Town Hall. Tickets cost £8 for adults and £6 for under 18s.

A 40th anniversary screening of Grease will be shown at 7.30pm tomorrow in Skipton Town Hall.

Tickets cost £9 for adults including a Chocolate Mudslide or £6 for non-drinkers and under 18s, which includes a chocolate milkshake and popcorn. Fancy dress welcome.

History Wardrobe: V for Victory, a presentation about life on the home front in World War One, will be performed at 7pm on Thursday, September 20, in Skipton Town Hall. Tickets cost £15 including a drink and nibbles.

Tangram Theatre will present a performance of 100 Different Words For Love at 7.30pm on Friday, September 21, in Skipton Town Hall. Tickets cost £12 for adults and £10 for under 18s.

To book tickets, visit, ring 01756 792809 or call into the town hall box office.

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

SETTLE: The Family Wrestling Spectacular With EPW Wrestling will be held at 7.30pm tomorrow in Settle Victoria Hall.

The Gilbert and Sullivan opera, The West Yorkshire Savoyards: The Yeoman of the Guard, will be staged at 7.30pm on Saturday.

Giggleswick Railway Circle will give a talk about The Kirkby Stephen Preservation Project at 7.30pm Wednesday.

Crowd of 2 Theatre Company will present The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde at 7.30pm on Thursday, September 20.

To book tickets, visit or ring 01729 825718.

Settle Stories will screen the film Edge of Obedience, which touches on current issues in the Muslim world surrounding artistic expression and religious freedoms, at 7pm on Thursday, September 20, at The Joinery.

To book tickets, visit

The exhibitions Knitted Settle, 1918: The Long Last Mile, and Life and Tradition in the Yorkshire Dales - A Celebration, will be on display at The Folly until December 22.

Canada Calling, an exhibition by Canadian mixed media artist Carol Howard Donati, will be on display at the Gallery on the Green from Saturday to Friday, November 9.

Edge of Sight, an exhibition of paintings and drawings by Settle-based artists Margaret Uttley and David Knight, will be on display until Saturday, October 26, at Gavagan Art in Settle Town Hall.

Their gallery is open from 11am to 4pm on Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays.

BARNOLDSWICK: Dave Speight will give a Masterclass in the Blues free concert on Monday, September 24, at the Barnoldswick Music and Arts Centre, on Rainhall Road.

Folk singer Sam Kelly and banjo player Jamie Francis will then perform on Wednesday, September 26, and singer songwriter Kaz Hawkins with special guest Sam York will perform on Thursday, September 27.

To book tickets to the last two concerts, ring 07712 628366 or 01282 813374.

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

BOLTON ABBEY: Soprano Sally Leeming and pianist Timothy Raymond will perform the concert Summertime at 7pm tomorrow in Bolton Abbey Priory Church.

Tickets cost £10 on the door.

Ensemble Pro Victoria from Kings College Cambridge will perform a fundraising concert titled Past and Present at 7pm on Friday, September 21, at Bolton Abbey Priory Church.

Tickets cost £15, which includes wine, soft drinks and Yorkshire cheese during the interval, are available at, from the church office on 01756 710238 or from Sandra Stubbs on 07831 217066.

All proceeds will go to the Priory Heating Fund.

CONONLEY: Cononley Cinema Club will screen the film Hidden Figures at 7pm on Sunday, September 23, in Cononley Village Institute.

Doors open at 6.30pm and tickets, which cost £5 or £2.50 for under 16s, are available from Cononley Village Shop or on the door.

CROSS HILLS: Creative Fusion – A Journey, an exhibition of creative work by people supported by Horton Housing Association, is on display in Cross Hills Library until Wednesday, September 26.

FARNHILL: Library Theatre Touring Company will give a performance of Alan Bennett’s Talking Heads, A Lady of Letters and Bed Among the Lentils monologues, at 7:30pm on Saturday in Kildwick and Farnhill Institute.

Tickets, which cost £7.50, £6 and £5 including an interval tea/coffee, are available at

GIGGLESWICK: La Bohéme on Sydney Harbour will be screened at 7.15pm tonight in the Richard Whiteley Theatre.

Tickets cost £13 (£11 concessions) in advance or £15 (£13 concessions) on the door. To book, visit or ring 01729 893180.

GLUSBURN: Glusburn Fallfest will be held Friday, September 21, to Sunday, September 23, at the Glusburn Institute.

The Fallfest starts with a Schools Great Fallfest Sing Off at 9.45am on the Friday.

The comedy play, The Last Resort, will be performed at 7.30pm on the Friday and 2pm on the Sunday.

A number of family activities will be held on the Saturday.

David Live! will headline a concert at 7.30pm on Saturday. Callum Spencer will open the evening.

A beer and gin festival will run all weekend, from 5.30pm to 11pm Friday, 11.30am to 11.30pm Saturday and noon to 5pm Sunday.