IT IS billed as a Spring Special and it promises to be just that and in more ways than one.
First comes the music, from a clutch of the best performers in town.
The female singing ensemble Vocal Expressions will share the stage at Huddersfield Town Hall on Thursday April 22 at 7pm with the award-winning Lindley Junior School Choir - they were named two years ago as BBC Songs of Praise Choir of the Year.
Add to their vocal talents the fancy footwork of Huddersfield School of Theatre Dance and this should be an evening to remember.
The school will field over 30 dancers aged from two and a half to adults who will perform a variety of dance pieces including ballet, tap, freestyle and more.
For fun and games look no further than Peter Armitage who hosts this gala show which promises an evening of family entertainment, a real spring special.
The other thing that makes this concert stand out is that it is to raise money for the charity supported by this year’s Mayor of Kirklees, Clr Julie Stewart-Turner.
Julie chose People in Crisis as her charity which covers four separate voluntary groups in Kirklees who all provide practical and emotional support for who are experiencing extreme hardships.
Those charities are The Mission Café and Welcome Centre in Huddersfield and Care and Daybreak in Dewsbury.
Tickets available from the Information Service at Huddersfield Library or from the Town Hall Box Office on 01484 223200.