JAM is being served at a Haworth pub tonight as folk musicians return for an informal performance.

They were invited back by Mel Wadwell, landlady of the Fleece, after a successful debut last Friday.

Mel -- herself an enthusiastic musician -- will host the acoustic jam session between 5pm and 8pm.

Local people are welcome to go along to the Main Street pub to join in by playing an acoustic instrument or singing.

nCircus is back in town with a new bass player, new songs and its first performances for six months.

The Keighley punk/grunge trio plays Bradford's Love Apple Caf on June 8 and Market Tavern on July 4.

Circus's only live appearance since the departure of Toby Izod was at this month's CD launch by Haworth music promoter Johann Shepherd.

Mike Gott is now playing bass alongside singer-guitarist Tony Ousey and drummer Mickey Waddington.

nLeading British folk-rock singer- songwriter Clive Gregson headlines at the Parkside Social Club, Butt Lane, Haworth, on Saturday May 24 at 8pm. Phone 01535 642566 for £6 tickets.

nSinger-musician John Otway and his Big Band perform at Skipton Rugby Club on June 22. Tickets will be on sale soon.

nPlaying at Hebden Bridge Trades Club are Real Macaws with their Afro-Caribbean and Latin rhythms (tonight), Natasha Lea Jones and the Angel 6 Quartet (tomorrow), the Steve Oakes jazz quartet (Sunday afternoon) and steel guitarist Bob Brozman (Thursday). Phone 01422 845265.

nAlfie, whose new single People is out on June 5, performs at the Leeds Cockpit on May 26 (phone 0113 245-5570) and Manchester University on May 30 (0161 832 1111).