Keighley Playhouse: sex comedy The Decorator (Monday-Saturday). Phone 0845 126 7859/01535 604764.

Bingley Arts Centre: Bingley Gilbert and Sullivan Society and Yorkshire Building Society Brass Band play rhythm and blues-style concert (tomorrow/Sunday 7.30pm). Phone 01535 215678..

Cullingworth Village Hall: CADS theatre group perform A Tribute to the Stars (Thursday-Saturday 7.30pm). Tickets from Cullingworth Pharmacy.

Skipton Town Hall: musical South Pacific (Monday-Saturday).

Keighley Arts Factory, Keighley College, North Street: Perception in Perspective, exhibition of paintings and sculpture (until October 13). Open weekdays 10am-1pm, 2-4pm.


Ilkley Playhouse: Voices of the Strong, women's poetry from Jette Howard and Emjay (Tuesday 7.45pm). Admission free.

Mart Theatre, Skipton: A Story for All Seasons, for children 3-7 (today 10.30am, 1.30pm); folk singers Norma Watson and Martin Carthy (tomorrow); Mikron in fact-based canals musical Wheel of Fortune (Friday). Phone 01756791411.

Alhambra, Bradford: musical Annie (tonight/tomorrow); Riverdance-style show Strictly Ballroom Dancing (Monday-Saturday). Phone 01274 432000.

St George's Hall, Bradford: 1960s band The Hollies (tonight); poet Benjamin Zephaniah (Monday); 60s band The Manfreds with 1980s singer Paul Young (Wednesday). Phone 01274 432000.

Priestley, Bradford: 1970s and 1980s school reunion in comedy-drama Smouldering Flames (Thursday-Saturday). Phone 01274 820666.

West Yorkshire Playhouse, Leeds: Shakespeare's comedy Twelfth Night (until October 22); warm, poignant drama My Mother Said I Never Should (October 29). Phone 0113 213 7700.

Ilkley Literature Festival: talks, interviews, workshops, and performances (until October 16). Phone 01943 816 714.


Montauk Island play CJ's Bar, next to Keighley Railway Station, tonight. Brand New Analogues launch new album tomorrow.

Soulfish and the Big Bang play Victoria Hall, Keighley, tomorrow. Phone 07951 351629.

Doghouse Skiffle Group play Glusburn Institute tomorrow at 7.30pm. Phone 01535 630223.

Alastair Leeming plays acoustic guitar and sings covers and original songs, at the New Inn, Denholme, on Wednesday.

Catfish Keith plays acoustic blues at Spectrum Blues Club, St Anne's Social Centre, Keighley. Phone 07974 241801.

Class of 58 play rock and roll at Highroyds Sports and Social Club, Menston, next Friday, at 7.30pm. Admission £5 at gatehouse barrier.

Bacca Pipes Folk Club hosts singer-songwriter Tom Bliss (tonight 8.30pm) and singers' night (Friday), at Keighley Ukrainian Club, 9 Henry Street (off Cavendish Street), Keighley. Phone 01535 605310.


Kinky Boots (12a): comedy from the makers of Calendar Girls.

Wallace and Gromit (U): first big-screen outing for the animated duo, from makers of Chicken Run.

Oliver Twist (PG): Roman Polanski's new version heightening both the innocence and the horror of Dickens's novel.

The Adventures of Shark Boy and Lava Girl in 3-D (U): children's follow-up to the Spy Kids trilogy.

Organising a show or concert? Let us know on 01535 606611 or e-mail david.knights@keighley.newsquest.co.uk.