What’s On At Skipton Town Hall This Month

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June is a busy month for Skipton, already we’ve had the fantastic Skipton Car Show, which was a fantastic event! At Skipton Town Hall, there are a series of diverse events! 

New Futures

New Futures

Young Writers aged 16-25 with Pentabus Rural Theatre Company
Friday 23rd June, 7pm

A girl travels through time.
Old school friends meet for a drink.
A scientist is onto a breakthrough.

What is next for us? How will we find our future?

Eight short plays about belonging in a changing world, from homelessness to office politics to time machines.

New Futures is written by Charlotte Burton, Robert Jervis, Joseph Lewis, Kara Luke, Lucy O’Hagan, Ed Hennell-Cole, Alice Preece and Megan Rolph.

Tickets £7.50 / Under 25s £5.00

Available from the Tourist Information Centre 
Open 10am – 4pm, Monday to Saturday
Phone orders welcome – 01756 792809

Young Writers

The Young Writers Groups give 16-25 year olds in the West Midlands and North Yorkshire the chance to learn about theatre from professional writers, actors and directors, culminating in a professional production. The course is free and starts each September.

 

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New Light: Illuminating artefacts, Free exhibition – Craven Museum, Skipton Town Hall

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New Light: Illuminating artefacts

Open Saturday 24th June until the end of July

Free Exhibition, Monday to Saturday 10am – 4pm

Craven Museum and Gallery welcomes the new exhibition ‘New Light: Illuminating artefacts’, a body of work created by digital artist Paul Miller, exploring themes of interpretation using the museum’s diverse collection. 

The exhibition, opening on Saturday 24th June, comes from an innovative artist exhibition project commissioned as part of the museum’s Museum: Indispensable project.

‘New Light: Illuminating artefacts’ will be open to the public from Saturday 24th June at Craven Exhibition Gallery in Skipton Town Hall.

It will be open every day from 10am to 4pm, except Sundays, and admission is free.

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