SHE set up shop 25 years ago.

And she has been providing elaborate costumes to tap, disco, and ballet dancers.

But dancewear designer Sue Warmby will soon see her sequined salsa outfits on the big screen.

The owner of Mr Frog, in Huddersfield’s Byram Arcade, has just signed a contract to create 17 costumes for new comedy Cuban Fury, starring Shaun Of The Dead star Nick Frost.

Frost plays a ‘down-on-his-luck’ man who re-ignites his long-dormant passion for salsa dancing thanks to a new love for his American boss played by The Social Network’s Rashida Jones.

Sue said: “This has just come so out of the blue, it is wonderful.

“We got an email through about a month ago from the Fury Pictures Ltd costume supervisor Kevin Pratten.

“He said they were trying to purchase some costumes for the movie and he wondered if we would be able to assist.

“Over the course of the past month, I have spoken to him about different styles and he actually bought a costume that we had online.

“Since then he has chosen a series of costumes he liked and we have discussed the availability of materials.

“I have had to redesign some of our original costumes in new material and in total the company have ordered 17 costumes.

“I don’t know how they found us whether it was online or through a recommendation, but all the same it is fantastic.

“I can’t wait to see it at the cinema.

Sue started Mr Frog, which is based in the Byram Arcade over two decades ago with a partner and now is the sole owner.

She creates the cuttings, the patterns and for the past ten years has been helped by her machinist Susanna Shwertner.

The pair create costumes for dancers across Kirklees and have recently received a lot of requests for synchronised swimming teams.

The costumes have been designed for children, thought to appear in the first half of the film.

Sue, of Slaithwaite, continued: “It is being shot in London, starting July 22 and is due to be released in March 2013.

“I think our costumes are to appear in the first half of the movie.”

In the film, the main character Bruce Garrett (played by Nick Frost) was a former Salsa dance champion but after bullying, he gives it up and his life goes down a very ordinary route.

Some 22 years later, he finds himself out-of-shape and unloved – trapped in a downward spiral of self-pity, repression and Nando’s take-outs.

After falling in love with his American boss, he decides to turn to salsa dancing again in a bid to impress her.

The film also stars Bridesmaids actor Chris O’Dowd and Snow White and The Huntsman star Ian McShane.

Nick Frost is said to be doing all his own dancing.

The Essex-born star is best known for his appearance in Shaun of the Dead – a romantic zombie comedy, written by his friend Simon Pegg.

He went on to appear alongside Pegg again in police action comedy Hot Fuzz and is also the voice over on Channel 4’s Supernanny.