THERE’S plenty of fun going on at Skipton Town Hall this half-term holiday including arty workshops and music and storytelling.

David Gibb’s Family Jukebox on the afternoon of Thursday, February 16 promises a family musical experience to remember.

The audience - suitable for all over three years old - will join David and his magical music Jukebox as he takes them on a trip through his hilarious and often surreal imagination.

His world is one where wolves roam school corridors, dragons live under the bed and teddy bears dance the night away at the disco.

Nominated for Young Storyteller of the Year and BBC Radio 2 Folk award – in the same year – his four albums for families have been played all over the world. He’s also the author of the much loved picture book ‘Too Many Bubbles’.

There will be two sessions for half-term art club on Monday, February 13, in the morning and in the afternoon. Children and young people, from 10 to 18 years old, will learn some simple book binding methods and marbling techniques which can be used to make covers for your note or sketch books.

Those taking part are welcome to take along their own notebooks to customise.

On Wednesday, February 15, again in the morning and afternoon, families are invited along to the town hall to make their own map and compass, inspired by items from Craven Museum. Sessions will take place in the education room, and materials will be provided. Places are limited for craft sessions, so need to be booked.

On Friday, February 17 families are invited along to an afternoon of junk modelling fun, topped off with a screening of the Pixar classic WALL-E, about waste collecting robot who sets off on a space adventure.

Children will make their own robot model or costume before watching the film from beanbags.

Skipton Girls’ High School art and photography exhibition, the work of years 11 and 13 students, and the first exhibition of the year in the town hall gallery, runs until Saturday, March 11. Free admission

Details of all the events at the town hall at: