Take That tribute show at Cromer Pier theatre
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Pop music fans will be able to go on a Take That journey in Cromer's Pavilion Theatre.
The Take That Experience tribute show is coming to the end of the pier venue on Sunday October 4 at 8pm.
It will include classic songs from the boyband which rose to fame in the 1990s and originally starred Robbie Williams, Gary Barlow, Howard Donald, Mark Owen and Jason Orange.
It is now made up of three of the original five members - Gary Barlow, Howard Donald and Mark Owen - but the tribute show performs as a five-piece group.
Solo hits from Robbie Williams are also included in the stage show as are songs from the band's long performing history.
These include Back For Good, Relight My Fire, Could It Be Magic, Patience, Shine, Rule The World, Up All Night, Greatest Day and The Flood.
Performers in the show are Steve Arrandale, Nik Parson, Steve Kopandy, Danny Hall and Tom Vaughan.
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Trained actor Tom Vaughan, who plays Robbie Williams, said: 'The Pavilion Theatre is a great venue.'
This year's show is new and Mr Vaughan, 30, who previously performed at the Pavilion Theatre just over two years ago, described it as 'high energy'.
He added: 'Playing Robbie is great fun. It is a real chance to be cheeky and a joker.
'I look at the Robbie part as an acting role.'
His favourite song to perform is Candy, a solo hit by Robbie Williams released in 2012, and Pray.
He said the Take That Experience tour, which has travelled across Europe and Britain, attracted a broad audience from teenagers to elderly people as well as big fans of the band to people who want a good night out.
'Take That's music is fantastic and timeless,' Mr Vaughan added.
Tickets for the Take That experience cost £20 or £18 for concessions.
To book call the box office on 01263 512495 or visit www.cromer-pier.com.
The North Norfolk News has two pairs of tickets to give away for the show and for a chance to win them buy a copy of this week's paper, out today, and enter a competition in the Guide section.