FAMILIES looking for something to entertain the kids during half term holidays next week will find plenty going on at Skipton Town Hall.

From theatre to crafts and arts workshops, there is something going on for every day of the spring break.

On Tuesday (May 28) Falling Stars Theatre presents two showings of The River Project. Audiences will be invited to meet a host of memorable characters on the banks of the Aire for a trip down the river like they will have never experienced before.

An interactive theatre performance for all the family, it is aimed at encouraging young people to take responsibility and ownership of protecting the natural world around them, raising awareness and respect for the river.

The performance is funded by The Aire Rivers Trust, The Wild Trout Trust and Salmon and Trout Conservation WY, supported by Skipton Town Hall with students from Craven College.

On Thursday (May 30), the Lempen Puppet Theatre Company presents Flotsam and Jetsam.

Suitable for everyone, from four to 104 years old, the theatre with original music and puppetry is described as a hopeful, adventure story about two very different creatures that must learn to work together.

There is also art club on Tuesday (May 28). A morning and an afternoon session aimed at 10 to 18 year olds will have the young people making a French Bulletin Board.

And, on Wednesday (May 29), two Craven Museum 'make and take' sessions. The free drop in is aimed at families and will have a 'playful pets' theme.

More at: https://skiptontownhall.co.uk/