STUCK for something to do with the kids over the Easter holidays? Then, why not take a look at what Skipton Town Hall has to offer.

From craft workshops, performance, a silent disco, and a special showing of the film Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, there is something for all tastes.

Skipton Kidz Comedy Live with Alex Boardman, Steve Royle and Wacky Woody will take place on April 6 in the afternoon and is an 'inclusive, laughter filled show for all the family'.

Featuring three top professional comedians, games, silly songs and bags of fun along the way, Kidz comedy is a great value way to spend an afternoon.

On April 7, families will be invited to make their own chocolate machine in a junk modelling session that will be followed by lounging about on bean bags to watch the 1971 film Charlie and the Chocolate Factory staring Gene Wilder.

On April 8, there will be two chances for families to join in the fun of a silent disco. Disco-goers are invited to dance away in the concert hall in Easter fancy dress, with a choice of three different channels of music - shared through headphones.

There will be drinks and snacks on sale throughout as well as games and a prize for the best Easter fancy dress.

Half term art club on April 10 will feature morning and afternoon sessions and will see families making zip up pouches and bags with reused fabrics from the town hall's arts cupboard.

Make and Take, on April 12, is part of The Wild Escape, a project launched by Art Fund taking place in museums, galleries and schools across the UK.

Museums and galleries are often full of objects linked to wildlife, from taxidermy to paintings – but what if the wildlife could escape back to its natural habitat, says the good people at the town hall.

"Join us for a variety of paper-based moving animal crafts, and while you’re here, why not explore the wildlife on display in Craven Museum with our Wild Escape Trail."

Running from April 4 to April 15 is another chance to experience Elbolton Cave, near Grassington, without leaving the town hall.

The interior of Elbolton Cave will once again be accessible to visitors in virtual reality (VR).

The updated version of the VR experience has taken feedback from the last public sessions in summer 2022, resulting in a much-improved version of the interactive cave.

To find out more about the events and others going on at Skipton Town Hall, visit: