HUDDERSFIELD Town Hall's Victorian splendour is more accustomed to the strains of choirs and classical music than raging rock.
But on October 17 it will play host to a concert by Dead Men Walking.
All five band members have had roles in major punk and heavy rock bands from the past.
Dead Men Walking, who are on their fourth tour, will perform their own work, plus covers of classics by band such as the Small Faces, The Clash and The Ramones.
The band is a loose collection of five musician friends, who come and go between other commitments.
Bassist Glen Matlock was the original bass guitarist with punk rockers The Sex Pistols from 1976 to 1977.
He was replaced by Sid Vicious.
Glen co-wrote the famous Sex Pistols tracks Anarchy In The UK, God Save The Queen and Pretty Vacant.
He also founded new wave band the Rich Kids and has toured Europe with current band The Philistines.
He has returned from touring the US with The Sex Pistols to play for Dead Men Walking.
Singer Mike Peters is a member of The Alarm, famous during the 1980s.
He has sung duets with Bob Dylan, Neil Young and U2's Bono. With The Alarm he pioneered the use of acoustic guitars in the early eighties, introducing today's popular electro-acoustic sound.
Dead Men Walking will perform The Alarm's hits at Huddersfield, including 68 Guns and Rain In The Summertime.
Mike also worked with Dead Men Walking guitarist Billy Duffy on the short-lived band Coloursound, which made one acclaimed album in 1999.
Billy Duffy is co-writer for rock band The Cult, creating hits such as She Sells Sanctuary.
By joining Dead Men Walking on tour, Billy rekindles a musical partnership with Kirk Brandon.
They were both in the original line- up of Theatre Of Hate.
Kirk is also the writer behind songs for Spear Of Destiny.
The final band member, known as Slim Jim Phantom, is a drummer.
He is currently touring with The Stray Cats in America and has co-written many of their tracks.
He has also worked with Jerry Lee Lewis and Lemmy, lead singer of heavy rockers Motorhead.
Tickets for the gig are £14, available from Kirklees Booking Office on 01484 223200.