Take That have today announced an intimate live recording of their podcast Take That: This Life at London’s Leicester Square Theatre this Sunday (26th November), in which lucky fans in attendance will witness Gary, Mark and Howard tell the story of the band in their own words plus answer questions from the audience. Proceeds from the show will benefit Global’s Make Some Noise charity.

Fans can sign up to the ticket ballot HERE for a chance to access tickets (closes 10am Tuesday 21st November).

Across six episodes of the Global Player original podcast, the band have recounted pivotal moments from their epic 30+ year career, charted their journey from five young lads playing Manchester clubs to number one albums, record-breaking tours and everything in between. They’ve welcomed listeners into their world, revealing behind the scenes secrets on everything from their first auditions to the epic work which goes into their tours.

The band have had an incredible few months leading up to the release of their ninth studio album, This Life, out this Friday. Singles Windows, Brand New Sun and This Life have offered fans a snapshot of what to expect from the upcoming body of work; an undeniable sense of warmth permeates the whole album as the band returned to the studio together after years apart, eager to flex a creative connection stronger than ever.

This week they’ll perform an intimate gig for Radio 2 In Concert and speak to Dermot O’Leary for BBC Two’s Reel Stories, to be broadcast on 23rd and 25th November respectively. They’ll headline Capital’s Jingle Bell Ball with Barclaycard on Sunday 10th December, alongside Alicia Keys, Tom Grennan, Becky Hill, Busted and more. The band also recently appeared on Later…with Jools Holland for the first time ever, performing Windows and Brand New Sun.

2023 has already been an exciting year for Take That, with a string of stellar performances including their most intimate in years at KOKO in support of War Child, a sell-out headline show at British Summer Time in Hyde Park and the King’s Coronation concert, watched by an audience of over 12 million. This summer also saw the release of the big-screen adaptation of their record-breaking musical, ‘The Band’. The film, titled ‘Greatest Days’ starring Aisling Bea (This Way Up, Hard Sun), was released in June to rave reviews across the board.

2024 looks just as exciting as they head out on tour with This Life On Tour, which encompasses 41 dates across 15 cities in the UK and Ireland with very special guest Olly Murs; and This Life Under the Stars, a string of outdoor dates across Europe from June to July 2024. For last remaining tickets, visit takethat.com

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