BRAINBOXES are wanted to take part in a Who Wants To Be a Millionaire-style fundraising event.
The Hopton Pantomime Group is organising the quiz night at the United Reformed Church on Calder Road, Mirfield on Saturday, December 4.
And the evening which will raise funds for the NSPCC and local youth charities, promises to be like nothing Mirfield has seen before.
Pantomime director Marie Chester said: "We are transforming the church hall into a candle-lit awards ceremony-style environment, with waiters serving guests free wine and canapes at tables.
"There will be numerous opportunities to win prizes and take part in the main Who Wants to be a Millionaire competition.
"This will be broadcast on a large screen, with the top cash prize of £70 for the highest scorer and £30 for the runner up."
The evening is being supported by local businesses such as Morrisons, Newton House Bakeries and John Cottons.
PubsQuiz.com, an internet-based business for generating customised pub quizzes, will provide a pub quiz for the evening, and Barry Tolson, of AV4Business.Com, has provided video projection equipment.
Doors open at 7.30pm and tickets cost £5 per person.
Anyone wanting tickets for the evening, or to offer sponsorship or donations, should phone Jordan Davies on 01924 500042.