Take That Experience to come to Bromley

PUBLISHED: 07:00 15 May 2018 | UPDATED: 09:35 15 May 2018

The Take That Experience will be at the Churchill Theatre, Bromley, on June 15. Photo: The Take That Experience

The Take That Experience will be at the Churchill Theatre, Bromley, on June 15. Photo: The Take That Experience


Audiences can relive the 90s by relighting their fire at The Take That Experience.

The Churchill Theatre is playing host to the show next month which promises to recreate the latest Take That favourites as well as all the

classic songs from the past.

The talented tribute band has become well known for their remarkable on-stage chemistry as they perform in full replica costumes for a concert that supplies a real Take That experience.

The theatre said they will be doing the smash hits from the 90s right through to the current tracks which are all authentically performed, showcasing all the songs you know and love including Pray, Relight My Fire, Patience, Shine and These Days, as well as the band’s very own Robbie performing hits including Angels, Rock DJ and Candy.

It has been put together by Sweeney Entertainments, co-founded by Julie and Peter Sweeney.

The company has been providing a wide repertoire of touring shows for theatre and corporate events for 15 years both in the UK and abroad.

They said 2017 was their strongest year to date and 2018 sees even more shows touring than ever before.

Julie said: “Since forming eight years ago, these talented performers have continued to faithfully entertain audiences with their superb renditions of Take That’s greatest hits. Combining sing-along classics with energetic dance routines, if you know and love Take That’s music, you will not be disappointed with The Take That Experience.

“This show is great fun, and audiences are on their feet most of the show and not all of them are massive Take That fans, and just enjoy a great night out.”

She said they have been wowing audiences everywhere with amazing vocals, stunning costumes and electrifying dance routines.

The show is at Churchill Theatre, Bromley on Friday 15th June starting at 7.30pm.

The real on-off band of singers has had 28 top 40 singles and 17 top five singles in the UK, 12 of which have reached number one, plus seven number one albums.

They’ve won eight Brit Awards—winning awards for Best British Group and Best British Live Act.


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