• Keighley woman head for Yeadon to become Calendar Girls

    Three Keighley women are among the stars of a production of Calendar Girls in Yeadon next week. Laura Judge, Marie Collins and Deanna Alexandra Robinson recently met the cast of the professional production of the hit comedy. The trio will play

  • Ayckbourn comedy for Bingley Little Theatre

    Bingley Little Theatre begins its 65th season with Alan Ayckbourn’s tragicomedy Things We Do For Love. The play looks at three levels of the same house where people house have fantasies and deep-seated misconceptions about each other and themselves

  • Host of musical genres at the Octagon

    Fridays and Saturdays at new Keighley venue Octagon feature monthly nights devoted to specific musical genres, combining live bands and discos. Rock 'n' roll and jive is the first Saturday of every month, 70s and 80s is the second Saturday, and rock

  • More folk from MoorFolk

    MoorFolk has launched its second season of monthly folk concerts at the Exchange Arts Centre in Russell Street.. The Keighley venue hosts US protest singer David Rovics on September 22 with support from folk and shanties singer Eddy O'Dwyer. Rovics

  • Bill opens the new Baccapipes folk season

    The Baccapipes Folk Club begins its autumn season this Friday with singer, guitarist and composer of iconic folk tunes Bill Caddick. Three-piece band Pilgrims Way offers "refreshingly different and reassuringly traditional" music on September 28.

  • Mayor launches garden at castle

    The mayor of Keighley has officially opened a new community garden, which was developed by volunteers in the grounds of Cliffe Castle. Councillor George Metcalf unveiled a large entrance boulder, which had been donated by Gilson’s Quarry. Jo

  • Attention as Dylan keeps a military tradition alive

    Keighley’s Dylan Ward is following his family tradition by becoming an artilleryman. The 17-year-old former Oakbank School student has begun training with the Royal Artillery. Three generations of Dylan's family have served in the Royal Artillery

  • Jailed priest being 'adopted' by group

    A Catholic priest in Vietnam imprisoned for advocating human rights has been “adopted” by Silsden Amnesty Group. Father Nguyen Van Ly, who is 66, has spent a total of 15 years in prison at different times for his outspoken views on the need for

  • Health officials highlight mumps jabs

    Parents and young people are being reminded of the importance of the MMR vaccination following an increase in the number of cases of mumps in young adults in Airedale and Bradford. Latest figures from the Health Protection Agency (HPA) reveal there