Event Cinema specialists CinemaLive and Take That, the UK’s most successful live act, are pleased to announce the live broadcast of their forthcoming ‘Wonderland’ show, which will broadcast live to close to 500 cinemas across the UK & Ireland and selected territories on Friday 9th June at 8pm, from London’s O2 Arena.
For the first time, Gary, Mark, and Howard will perform in the round at the O2 Arena, giving fans a unique and unbeatable cinematic experience. Cinema audiences will be able to experience the full concert from “the best seat in the house.”
We’re really looking forward to returning to cinemas with the live broadcast of our Wonderland show at London’s O2 in June. The last time we did this in 2015, the atmosphere was amazing. The chance to have so many extra people joining us from cinemas around the UK, Irleand and in Europe for one night only will be really exciting.
Take That are renowned for their incredible live shows and for pushing the boundaries of live production, having created some of the most memorable stage shows in UK music history. They are the only band in the world to have had an enormous mechanical elephant as part of the cast for their Circus Tour, not to mention a 70-foot man named Om who rose 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 Wonderland Live tour is sure to be no less spectacular.
Take That are one of the UK’s most successful acts with an enviable career spanning three decades. The band has sold over 8.5 million concert tickets setting the record for the fastest selling tour of all time in UK history when 1.34 million tickets were snapped up for their Progress Live Tour in less than 24 hours.
In the UK alone, they have achieved seven UK Number One albums, 12 Number One singles, [sold over 45 million records], won five Ivor Novello Awards, and eight BRIT Awards. Internationally, they have scored an incredible 54 No.1 hits and 35 No.1 albums.