SONGS by Skeletal Family and Ghost Dance will be performed by Goth legend Anne Marie Hurst at Leeds Wardrobe on February 14.

Anne-Marie was the singer with Keighley band Skeletal Family at the height of their fame in the 1980s, and reunited with them for several years in the past decade.

She has now teamed with members of Bradford band Harlequyn to perform the songs she recorded with the two bands. She will perform with Tim Walker on guitar, Dave Wood on drums and Phil Noble on bass and backing vocals.

Also performing at the show will be The Creeping Terrors. Visit to book tickets, which will cost £11.50 in advance and £15 on the door from 8pm.

Anne Marie formed Ghost Dance with Gary Marx, formerly of the Sisters of Mercy, after leaving Skeletal Family in 1985. She released released her first solo album Day of All Days in 2011 on Jungle Records.

The Creeping Terrors performed in London and in the years following went through different line-ups with the constant presence of founder Consuelo de La Muerte.

A band spokesman said: “We like to have an aggressive unapologetic sound, fast, short songs and very much full of punk influences.”