MEMORIES of flared trousers, dungarees and Huddersfield's legendary Starlight Club are set to come flooding back for one Brighouse man tonight.
Former radio One DJ Dave Lee Travis is making a return to the town 30 years after his last trip - and fan Stuart Black is hoping to meet the star again.
DLT visited the Starlight in Kirkgate owned by Barry Downey in 1974. Barry's son, Richard, who now runs the Rock Cafe in Victoria Lane, has invited the Hairy Cornflake back to mark his club's 10th anniversary.
An article in Monday's Examiner unlocked a host of memories for Stuart, of Victoria Street, Clifton, who worked at the Starlight for five years between 1973 and 1978 and took a host of photographs chronicling its 1970s heydays.
Stuart, who did not want to reveal his age, worked as a bartender and glass collector.
DLT came to the club on October 18 1974 when it changed its name from the Starlight to the King of Clubs.
The entry price was a modest 80p.
"I have known David for a while," said Stuart. "I have met him at Radio One roadshows and taken more photos of him as well."
The photo of DLT poking his finger in Barry Downey's ear which appeared in Monday's Examiner was taken by Stuart.
He hopes to stage the same picture tonight with Richard.
Cutting a dash in his Hillman Avenger, Stuart would visit the Starlight with his friend Eddie Loughrey.
"We used to go round the pubs of Huddersfield and after last orders we always headed for the Starlight!"
Stuart has many fond memories of those five years.
"Everybody was kind. You had a really good night."