COLOURFUL aristocrat Lord Brockett has been invited to open Huddersfield's newest bar and nightclub.
The I'm A Celebrity, Get Me Out Of Here contestant, a convicted fraudster, bemused TV audiences with his jungle antics earlier this year.
Fans will be able to have a chat with him and even be photographed with him at the opening of Livingstones in Queensgate, opposite Huddersfield University, on March 19.
The venue has just had a £1m refurbishment following the closure of The Foyer.
Workmen have spent 10 weeks extending the building, a former cinema, to include a nightclub.
General manager Ian McKay said he hoped Livingstones would provide something for everyone.
"We have allocated Tuesdays and Wednesdays as student nights and on Fridays and Saturdays we are aiming for the older market which means you will have to be at least 20.
"We will open from 11am and will operate as a traditional pub serving food. In the evening it will become more of a fun pub with music and DJs.
"The kind of music we will play will be right across the board from pop and commercial music to R&B.
"We have also got what is probably the biggest TV screen in Huddersfield measuring six metres by three metres, and sophisticated camera equipment which means we can film live bands and show them on the screen. The screen can also be used to show football championships and MTV."
Mr Mackay said they were very excited about having Lord Brockett open the pub.
"He will be here from about 8pm and will stay for a few hours so people will be able to have a chat with him and take some pictures and I'm sure we will have some fun with him."
The Huddersfield club will be the fourth Livingstones venue in the region.
The others are in Bradford, Barnsley and Doncaster.