WATCH: Take That delight theatre-goers with surprise appearance during new musical The Band

Take That were met with screams as they made a surprise appearance at the new musical The Band in Manchester.

The group – made up of Gary Barlow, Howard Donald and Mark Owen – stormed the stage during the production at the Opera House on Monday.

In scenes that had the audience cheering along, the pop stars sang a medley of hits alongside the cast.  

Just some of the classic songs that the guys belted out included Never Forget and Let It Shine.

Those in attendance couldn’t believe their eyes before flocking to social media to share what they had just witnessed.

One fan tweeted: “@takethat omg what an amazing show The Band was tonight and with your appearance at the end was stunning well done all and thank you.”

A second added: “I cried seeing Take That today singing with the cast of The Band? I Cried! What a beautiful moment!”

The Band tells the story of a group of teenage girls who grew up obsessed with Take That in the 1990s.

After losing touch for 25 years, the friends reunite in present day to watch the boy band perform live in Prague.

The show is produced by David Pugh and Dafydd Rogers and features live music by Let It Shine winners Five to Five.

The Band opened at the Opera House on September 8, where it will be staying for a three-week stint until September 30.

It will then begin touring the rest of the country with shows planned for Liverpool, Leeds, Newcastle, Sheffield and more.

You can buy tickets HERE. 

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