A SHOW of 'musical comedy gold' will be performed at Otley Courthouse this month.

Renowned entertainer and piano vocalist Peter Gill will be celebrating some of the funniest songs of the last 100 yers when he appears on Saturday, November 28.

Starting at 7.30pm, The World of Musical Satire will feature music by artists as diverse as Noel Cowrd, Weird Al Yankowicz, Victoria Wood and Monty Python.

Gill has performed with some of the UK's biggest stars, including Shirley Bassey, Catherine Jenkins, Brian May and Jools Holland, and is promising en evening of 'harmony and hilarity'.

Tickets cost £10 or £12 in advance, or £13 or £11 on the door.

Then on Friday, December 4, A Dread Supreme will bring their distinctive blend of Jamaican music and Jazz to the Courthouse.

The band is led by Jazz Yorkshire Musician of the Year 2012, Richard Ormrod, who is joined by MOBO and Brit award-winning guitarist and producer Chris Campbell, drummer and producer Sam Hobbs, bassist Kenny Higgins, and

Otley’s own Bob Birch on Hammond organ.

The 8pm show will see the group showcasing their new Christmas album, Peace and Goodwill, which draws from sources ranging from reggae and African music to portest songs and Latin tunes to turntraditional festive numbers into

something new.

Tickets cost £10 or £12 in advance, or £13 or £11 on the night, and can be booked by calling (01943) 467466 or visiting www.otleycourthouse.org.uk .