YOUNG singers from Kirkheaton Primary School will have the luck of the Irish on their side for their Christmas concert!
The school choir is being joined by Ireland's Eurovision Song Contest winner Dana.
Dana, who won the 1970 contest with All Kinds of Everything, is performing with the children in a concert at Huddersfield Town Hall.
A group of 25 pupils, aged seven to 11, are busy rehearsing for the very special event.
They have been practising with choir mistress Sarah Tate and her assistant Ruth Carnley.
They will sing a selection of carols with the star, including festive favourites Away in a Manger, Silent Night and Winter Wonderland.
The youngsters will meet Dana during their final rehearsals on the day of the show.
Deputy headteacher Sally Cain said: "It's fantastic news, the children are very excited about meeting Dana.
"Of course they didn't know who she was, but when we told them they thought it was great.
"And their parents and grandparents have definitely heard of her, they're going to support them.
"The children are excited just to be performing in the town hall. It'll be the first time they've been in such a big venue.
"They have been wonderful in rehearsals, it's just a case of getting word-perfect now.
"They can't wait to perform with Dana. It's great to be chosen out of all the primary schools in Kirklees - we're delighted!"
The singing extravaganza is the Huddersfield Methodist Choir Christmas concert, and also features Welsh choir Cor Godre'r Eifl and Sellers International Youth Band.
The concert is on December 16, and starts at 7.15pm.
Tickets cost £15-£20, children are half price with concessions for seniors.
They are available from Huddersfield Tourist Information Centre on 01484 223200.