EVERLY Brothers fans can look forward to hearing some of the duo’s best-loved hits in Otley.

Terry Webster and son Terry Jnr will present the Foreverly Show at Otley Courthouse on Sunday, September 8.

Veteran entertainer Terry formed a skiffle group back in 1957.

Teaming up with his sister, singer Patti Brook, they were soon on tour with some of the big names of the early 1960s including Emile Ford and Cliff Richard and the Shadows.

Terry became the bass guitarist for former Shadows member Jet Harris, touring with Little Richard, Sam Cook, Gene Vincent and Del Shannon.

He also enjoyed many TV appearances and seasons at the London Palladium supporting Tom Jones and Frankie Vaughan, along with a tour with Sacha Distel, Olivia Newton-John, and Stephane Grappelli.

Later he produced his own albums and started a fun one man show, and has lately teamed up with son Terry to bring audiences ‘the very best of the Everly Brothers’.

Tickets for the Otley show, which starts at 8pm, cost £12 in advance (concessions £10) or £15 on the door (concessions £12).

Kinetics, a film about an unlikely friendship, will be shown by Otley Film Society and Parkinsons UK at the Courthouse on Wednesday, September 11.

The movie shows main character Rose trying to come to terms with being diagnosed with Parkinsons disease when she meets a bright but bored student, Lukas, who is a Parkour (free running) enthusiast.

The pair are polar opposites in many ways but share a desire to move and the film, based on a true story, shows how their unlikely friendship proved mutually beneficial.

The screening takes place at 7.30pm and will be followed by a question and answer session about Parkinsons.

Tickets cost £5 or £4 for Courthouse Friends.

Fleabag fans, meanwhile, can see the award-winning, one-woman theatrical show that inspired the hit BBC series in Otley this September, too.

A National Theatre Live screening of Fleabag (presented by DryWrite, Soho Theatre and Annapurna Theatre), written and performed by Phoebe Waller-Bridge and directed by Vicky Jones, will be shown on Thursday, September 12.

The screening starts at 7pm and tickets cost £14 or £12 for Courthouse Friends.

Tickets for forthcoming events at the Courthouse can be booked by visiting www.otleycourthouse.org.uk, calling (01943) 467466 or popping into the venue, on Courthouse Street.