A TAKE That tribute act praised by the group’s own lead singer, Gary Barlow, are coming to Whitby in a one-off show.
And you can see the gig, on Saturday 21 July, for free in our fantastic competition. Two people can each win a pair of tickets which will also enable you to meet the band backstage and have photos taken with them.
Take That have been a huge fixture in popular music for the past two decades. Their music is known and loved by two if not three generations.
This, as well as Gary Barlow’s incredible ability to write hit after hit, contributes towards them being one of the greatest boy bands of all time.
That is why any fans of the boys should get down to Whitby Pavilion on Saturday 21 July to see Rule The World, a tribute to Take That will be taking the place by storm for one night only.
Having already performed at the Bridlington Spa Theatre last year, the boys are back to celebrate one of the nations best loved bands.
Rule The World have been featured on ITV1’s Daybreak and have had rave reviews from many people including TV personality Ricky Tomlinson, Jason Orange’s mother and now Gary Barlow himself - the only Take That tribute show in the land to have ever been praised by Take That’s lead singer.
Now in their fifth year touring, the band are professionally trained and are currently appearing in top theatres and events up and down the country.
The show ensures an accurate portrayal and is a true impersonation of the sounds, look and feel of the sensational Take That live in concert.
Featuring all the favourite’s including Greatest Day, Back For Good, Million Love Songs, Patience, Relight My Fire, Never Forget, Shine, Pray and many more.
After the success of the biggest reunion of the century, Rule The World are now joined by a top tribute to Robbie Williams who will join the boys onstage to re-create the Take That and Robbie magic.
This tribute show comes complete with stage lighting and fast costume changes.
Watch the world come alive with a show that will no doubt ‘Rule The World’.
Tickets cost £10 and are available to book online at www.whitbypavilion.co.uk or via the box office on (01947) 604855.
The gig starts at 8pm.
* See this Friday’s Whitby Gazette (29 June) for full details of how to win two pairs of tickets for the show and the chance to go backstage and meet the band.