EXCITED fans of the ‘UK’s number one boy' band in Northwich now need only have a little patience…

Described by producers as the ‘the ultimate tribute act’, The Take That Experience is coming to Northwich Memorial Hall for one night only on Saturday, February 10.

The talented quintet perform all the classic songs from the 90s through to the present, including smash hits Pray, Relight My Fire, Patience, Shine, These Days and Giants.

Combining amazing vocals with replica costumes and electrifying dance routines, the lads continue to successfully recreate the magic of Take That in this new greatest hits tour. 

The show also features a solo set from the one and only Robbie Williams, who brings alive fan favourites including Angels, Rock DJ, Candy and of course Let Me Entertain You to an already explosive show.

Nik Parson, who has performed as Mark Own since 2008, said: “It’s a truly amazing show. We have a fantastic time doing it.  

“We start the night as a trio, as the band are now, then there’re a Robbie solo section.

“This builds towards the second half, when all five members are on stage.

“I wasn’t a fan of Take That when they were first out because I was the wrong age – I was a 10-year-old boy.

“But when they did their big comeback, and released Patience, that was a very different style of music, and I loved it.

“The older stuff is a lot of fun to perform as it’s so high-energy.

“We always have a good full house, and you can really feed off the energy of a big crowd cheering you on.

“It gives you that extra bit of adrenaline.

“A lot of the draw is nostalgia from the 90s, but they’re also one of those rare acts which has managed to transcend generations. Original fans have passed their love for the music on to their kids.

“We each play one of the and members, but in a tongue-in-cheek sort of way.

“We know we’re not Take That, but we still try to be as authentic as possible, from the costumes to the tracks we've produced. 

“The dance routines are carbon copies of the originals. We try to keep it as realistic as we can.”

Asked whether the group gets on better than the real Take That, the 42-year-old added: “It sounds a bit naff, but we’re kind of like brothers.

“We travel the country together; we stay in hotels together; we do the shows.

“We’re five very different personalities, but we’re very fortunate in that we click, and we all get on really well.”

Nik will be performing alongside the others at Northwich Memorial Hall on February 10, at 7:30pm.

To book tickets, visit The Take That Experience at Northwich Memorial Court event tickets from TicketSource or call the box office on 01606 26110.