Monday, 25 February 2013

It Only Takes A save a life

A Take That tribute band are coming Back for Good in a concert to help raise funds for Kent, Surrey & Sussex Air Ambulance’s night flying appeal.

The Magic of Take That brings together superbly-choreographed and talented singers in one spectacular stage production at Caterham School on April 6th.

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


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