For a musical about a boy band, it is sisterhood that steals the show as the Take That musical comes to The Lowry this January.
A genuine feast for the eyes, ears and soul, The Band is successfully taking theatre-goers on a rollercoaster journey of feel good emotions.
Take That were met with screams as they made a surprise appearance at the new musical The Band in Manchester.
Thousands of fans descended to Manchester City’s Etihad Stadium for a mix of old and new songs that spanned his 30-year career from Manchester’s adopted son.
In a survey by Ticketmaster – the online ticket seller – the gigs just pipped Coldplay’s Head Full of Dreams Tour and Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band’s The River Tour to the top of the table.
They say three is a magic number – and remaining Take That bandmates Gary, Mark and Howard are hoping it could be magic as they head out on the road as a trio.
Boyband heartthrob Jason Orange has said Take That to the award-winning pop group by announcing his departure.
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Even Take That’s Jason Orange is a fan
Take That sign CD donated by Jason Orange’s mum in bid to raise £20,000 for Wythenshawe community centre
Progress dons the signatures of the five members