See Re-Take That and party with Blackfriars

Feel the unforgettable magic of the original boybandTake That at Blackfriars Theatre and Arts Centre on Sunday with tribute act Re-Take That. NA
Feel the unforgettable magic of the original boybandTake That at Blackfriars Theatre and Arts Centre on Sunday with tribute act Re-Take That. NA

SHOW how deep your love is by going to see a tribute to a boyband who dominated the UK charts in the first half of the 1990s.

Promising to bring the unforgettable magic of Take That to theatres around the UK, Re-Take That will be performing a production which boasts being comparable to their namesake’s Circus Tour at Blackfriars Theatre on Sunday.

Formed in July 2005, performers Paul, Peter, Billy and Ros hail from all corners of the industry.

They promise to be bringing their own qualities to their performances as Gary Barlow, Jason Orange, Mark Owens and Howard Donald, respectively.

They had already been performing together for more than five years as multi-instrumentalists before forming Re-Take That.

Thereafter, they were joined by former member of vocal harmony group the Boyz, Peter O, as the ego-filled Robbie Williams.

Peter, a down-to-earth, mischievous cheeky-chappie, promises to bring some authentic Robbie-style spice to the whole experience

A spokesman for the band said: “We have a great time touring all over Europe

“The chemistry we have on and off stage is paramount to the success of Re-Take That. We have a ball!”

The show promises to be multi-faceted, combining huge personalities, vocals, dance routines, costumes and a spectacular light show.

It will include versions of all the greatest hits such as Pray, Million Love Songs, It only Takes a Minute, Back for Good and more modern hits such as Never Forget, Shame and The Flood.

“Our aim is to create the biggest and best show possible, whilst staying true to the feel of Take That,” added the spokesman.

“We want our audiences to experience the same emotions as they did during the real Take That concerts in the summer of 2009.

“The ability to recreate the intangible aspects, and capture the very essence of Take That has put us where we are today.

“Our vision and ambition is what drives us forward to be the greatest tribute show of all time.”

The show at the Spain Lane venue starts at 7.30pm.

Tickets £16.50 (£15 conc). To book call 01205 363108.