NATIONAL Theatre Live at Settle Victoria Hall on Thursday (May 25) will see the political drama Best of Enemies.

David Harewood (Homeland) and Zachary Quinto (Star Trek) play feuding political rivals in James Graham’s (Sherwood) multiple award-winning new drama.

In 1968 America, as two men fight to become the next president, all eyes are on the battle between two others: the cunningly conservative William F. Buckley Jr., and the unruly liberal Gore Vidal.

On Friday (May 26) Victoria Hall plays host to a Northern Soul Night - and Settle's biggest dance night out.

Go along and enjoy Soul music from the halcyon clubs of the 1960s and 1970s. Wigan Casino, Blackpool Mecca, Twisted Wheel. Motown, Northern soul, Seventies and today's sounds.

DJs Richard Lodge and Roman of Blackpool Tower, Winter Gardens, Wardrobe Leeds, and many more. Tickets are strictly limited, so grab yours while you still can.

West Yorkshire five piece, The 309s, will bring their sound to Settle on Saturday (May 27).

The band has spent the last 14 years rocking and rolling their swing jive repertoire at events all over the country.

Think Hank Williams, Bob Wills and Louis Jordan joining forces to make a classic 20th century sound that is the roots of Rock and Roll.

Crowds have danced the days and nights away to the 309s’ beat at an extraordinary range of festivals and gigs.

There will be a huge selection of second hand, antiquarian, collectable and out-of-print books, maps and ephemera at the venue on Monday, May 29.

North West Book Fairs visit Victoria Hall on bank holiday Mondays twice a year, transforming the little music hall into a book-lover’s paradise, with stalls and sellers from all over the North of England.

And, on Saturday, June 3, fancy-dress will be optional for a disco in celebration of 50 years of Settle-based Freda's Community Playgroup.

All proceeds will go towards raising funds for Freda’s new building.

On the afternoon of June 7, there will be a screening of I Wanna Dance with Somebody, courtesy of Relaxed Film.

The film tells the story of Whitney Houston. Relaxed films are suitable for all, including those who may prefer a more relaxed atmosphere. Subtitles can be switched on if requested.

Also on June 7, there will be an evening screening of Benediction, brought to Settle by The Ribblesdale Area Moving Picture Show (TRAMPS). The film tells the story of poet Siegfried Sassoon, a soldier decorated for his bravery in the First World War who becomes a vocal critic of the government.

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