KEIGHLEY Playhouse is this month presenting a second fundraising concert in aid of Sight Airedale.

An Evening of Entertainment will be presented on Saturday July 13 at 7.30pm in the Devonshire Street theatre.

The first concert two years ago raised more than £900 for the charity, which helps blind and partially-sighted people in the Keighley area.

Playhouse members Mike and Debbie Ellison once more drawing on their talented friends to present the night of songs and sketches.

Performers will include members of Keighley Playhouse, Keighley Musical Theatre Company and Ilkley Playhouse.

Kitty La Mare, who sings wartime songs at the Haworth 1940s weekend, will aim to get the audience to sing along to her exuberant swing numbers.

Performers include Leah Orgrizovitch, Mark Hutchinson and Sharyn Tronnolone, and younger members appearing are Fraser Campbell-McDonald and Scarlett Hale.

Fraser performed at the last time and went on to appear in professional shows including Nativity The Musical in Stoke last year.

Scarlett is involved with Keighley Musical Theatre Company and is currently rehearsing for their October musical Oliver!.

Email call 07599 890769 to book tickets, which cost £8. There will be a raffle, the theatre bar will be open for refreshments.

Sight Airedale, based on Scott Street near the Playhouse, was founded in 1907 to support registered and non-registered sight impaired people living in Keighley and surrounding areas.