Take That Musical tickets go on sale tomorrowPosted on: 15 Nov 2022
Take, That fans rejoice – Greatest Days is finally coming to Bristol.
After many delays plaguing the much-awaited musical’s Bristolian debut, including a certain pandemic, Greatest Days: The Official Take That Musical, is coming to the Hippodrome.
The tickets for the 2023 run of the smash-hit jukebox musical go on sale TOMORROW, Wednesday the 16th – get them below.
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Greatest Days tells the story of five friends, obsessed with Take That (who can blame them) in the 90s. Fast forward over 20 years, and the five distanced friends come together in order to see their beloved boy band one last time.
The musical first opened in 2017 under the name The Band – where it received rave reviews from the likes of the Sunday Mirror (“Have you in fits of laughter, fighting back tears and dancing in the aisles”), and even Graham Norton (“It's heartbreaking, heart-soaring, it's absolutely hilarious”).
Relight Your Fire with this sensational new production of Take That’s smash hit musical @Greatest_Days, coming to Bristol in 2023!— Bristol Hippodrome (@BristolHipp) November 15, 2022
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The musical begins its tour in May 2023 – and comes to Bristol in September. The summer run of the show will coincide with it’s sister version – on the big screen! The Greatest Days film is sure to be a great companion watch, and stars the likes of Aisling Bea & Bristol comic Jayde Adams (as well as being directed by Bristol University alum Coky Giedroyc).
The release of the UK & Ireland tour also coincides with another big date for Take That fans (aka ‘Overtakers’); the 30th anniversary of Take That’s first ever UK No.1 single, Pray. Attention to detail like that should hopefully reassure megafans that the team behind this are just as obssesed as they are!
As mentioned, tickets go on sale tomorrow, Wednesday the 16th at 10am. You can find tickets here, on The Hippodrome’s website. These are sure to sell out very quickly, so whether you’re a fan of musicals, an Overtaker, or just a lover of the Hippodrome, get in there quick tomorrow morning.
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