PUPILS past and present came together to recognise 100 years of Brooksbank School, Elland.
The school’s jazz and concert bands accompanied a range of acts at the Victoria Theatre, Halifax.
A celebratory atmosphere lit up the evening with family, friends and staff taking a night off to enjoy the gymnastics, ballet and even a haka.
Former pupil, Neil Hurst, star of the theatre’s pantomimes, compered the night.
Stage star Laura Noble, who left the school in 2007, performed a rousing verision of ‘Hey, Big Spender’ before her brother James wowed the crowd with his clarinet skills.
A drama opened each act telling the story of the school since 1911.