They became Rick's Cafe, from the hit film Casablanca, for a lavish charity ball.
And the 180 guests entered into the spirit, dressing in 1940s costumes for an evening of fun and fundraising.
The ball, in aid of the West Yorkshire Forget-Me-Not Trust, included music from the eight-piece Casablanca Boys Band, who had people dancing the night away.
Organiser Mandy Barwick, who is spearheading the charity's bid to raise cash for a children's hospice, said: "It was a wonderful night and people wore authentic outfits.
"Carl Wilde, the TV florist, has joined us as a new patron and he was one of the guests, as was Huddersfield Town and Giants chairman Ken Davy."