A Take That tribute band are coming Back for Good in a concert to help raise funds for
The Magic of Take That brings together superbly-choreographed and talented singers in one spectacular stage production at
The concert is being organised by Caterham, Oxted and Godstone Lions Club and starts at 8pm with a licensed bar from 7pm and free parking available.
The act was already regarded as the most dynamic of its kind on tour before Robbie Williams re-joined the boy band in real life after a 14-year absence.
The brand new show includes Robbie’s hits Angels, Let Me Entertain You and Rock DJ along with Take That classics such as It Only Takes a Minute, Babe, Greatest Day and Patience.
In an interview with the real Take That on Steve Wright’s Radio 2 show, original band member Jason Orange praised the tribute act.
He said: “They were brilliant, better than us. I could spot all the lads. They had the mannerisms, the outfits and the haircuts. They were just all a bit taller than us, a bit more handsome and better singers and dancers.”
Lions Clubs in the South East have pledged to raise £250,000 over the next 10 years to help the Air Ambulance achieve its aim of night flying from Redhill Aerodrome.
The funds will be a significant contribution towards the additional £1million a year needed to provide a 24-hour service and save more lives.
For tickets, which cost £15, and for more information call Bob Frost on 01883 343328 or go to www.coglions.co.uk