A CLUB'S big day arrives soon - when it stars on national TV.
Members of Deighton Working Men's Club are eagerly awaiting their date with fame.
The club will appear on Channel 4 show Get Your Act Together With Harvey Goldsmith on May 1 at 11pm.
The series - produced by Ten Alps TV - features legendary Live Aid promoter Harvey Goldsmith turning around the fortunes of six struggling artists and entertainment businesses.
Mr Goldsmith spent eight months last year with Deighton Working Men's Club to help it out of a financial black hole.
The club had been £120,000 in debt and desperately needed to pull in more members.
Viewers will see how Mr Goldsmith helped concert secretary Jimmy Mullen improve the club.
Under his guidance, members revamped the club and staged two special promotional events - a ladies' night with top UK male strippers and a talent contest compered by comedian Dave Spikey.
Club stewardess Janet Liversedge said club members had seen the finished show - but could not wait to watch in on TV.
She said: "We are hoping to perhaps organise a party at the club and a big screen.
"The finished result is great, but it is strange to see ourselves on screen.
"We had our ups and downs during filming, but it has been a good experience.
"We were getting on our feet before this, but it has given us some encouragement and a lot of promotion."
There is also an accompanying series on digital channel E4, called Get Your Act Together: The Showdown, directly after the main Channel 4 show. This goes behind the scenes of the series and reunites Harvey with each act to see how their fortunes turned out.