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Thousands of Take That fans will be eagerly looking forward to the Manc manband’s 30th anniversary Greatest Hits tour live this summer.

And now the current trio lineup of Gary Barlow, Howard Donald and Mark Owen have made another special announcement about how the tour will celebrate their three decades in the biz.

For the final night of the tour is going to be beamed live across the UK into cinemas – so that as many fans as possible can join in the celebrations of this latest live spectacle.

The tour kicks off in their hometown of Manchester on Monday 22nd April, playing the first of five nights in total at the Manchester Arena.

They then head across the UK, before completing the tour at Cardiff’s Principality Stadium on Saturday 8th June.

That night, the concert will also be simultaneously broadcast LIVE into over 600 cinemas across the UK and Ireland. It means fans can get chance to see the show for the price of a cinema ticket for one night only.

The cinema event forms part of the band’s epic 30th anniversary celebrations which will see Gary, Mark and Howard play to sell-out audiences around the UK, performing some of their biggest hits from the past three decades.

Take That said: “We’re so excited to be able to bring all our fans together for the last night of our UK tour – it’s going to be a really special night for us. To have cinema audiences all around the UK and Ireland joining us here in Cardiff will be incredible – we can’t wait. See you all really soon!”

Take That are renowned for their spectacular live shows and for exceeding expectations of live production, having created some of the most unforgettable stage shows in British music history.

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Following the success of the Wonderland Live Cinema broadcast from the O2 in 2017, they broke the record to become the highest grossing live concert cinema broadcast of all time at the UK and Irish box office.

They are the only band in the world to have had a giant mechanical elephant as part of the cast for their Circus Tour, not to mention a 70-foot man named Om who ascended out of the stage on the Progress Tour.

Walls of water, enormous holograms, circus performers, aerialists, a custom made flying machine and a huge ball of fire have all graced their stages – and the Greatest Hits Live Tour is sure to be no less spectacular.

Tickets for the cinema experience go on sale on Friday 15th March from the band’s website here.

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