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Full cast for Take That musical ”Greatest Days” announced

"The Boys" and "The Girls" in '"Greatest Days''
“The Boys” and “The Girls” in ‘”Greatest Days”

The full cast for official Take That musical Greatest Days has been announced.

The piece, which features a book by award-winning playwright Tim Firth, is set to embark on a major UK and Ireland tour from 6 May 2023, and will coincide with the release of the official movie version during the summer.

The cast will include Taylor Alman, Charlotte Anne Steen, Holly Ashton, Hannah Brown, Kalifa Burton, Benjamin Cameron, Jamie Corner, Archie Durrant, Regan Gascoigne, Kitty Harris, Bayley Hart, Keith Henderson, Karen Holmes, Christopher D. Hunt, Evangeline Jarvis-Jones, Rachel Marwood, Mari McGinlay, Jamie-Rose Monk, Mary Moore, Alexanda O’Reilly, and Alan Stocks.

They will join the previously announced Kym Marsh as Rachel and her daughter Emilie Cunliffe as Young Rachel.

Greatest Days celebrates the 30th anniversary of Take That’s first-ever UK number 1 single, Pray, and features over 15 record-breaking Take That songs alongside a story of five best friends in the 1990s who are obsessed with their favourite boy band. The girls reunite more than 20 years later with a plan to see their heartthrobs one last time.

Originally produced as The Band by David Pugh, Dafydd Rogers and Take That, the show originally opened at Manchester Opera House in September 2017, breaking box office records along the way.

The show has co-direction by Stacey Haynes and Firth, choreography by Aaron Renfree, set and costume design by Lucy Osborne, lighting design by Rob Casey, sound design by Tony Gayle, casting by David Grindrod Burton, musical supervision by John Donovan, and costume supervision by Martin Rodges.

The tour will run from 6 May to 16 September, appearing at venues across the UK and Ireland including the Bromley Churchill Theatre, Manchester Palace Theatre, Newcastle Theatre Royal, Woking New Victoria Theatre, Sheffield Lyceum Theatre, Southend Cliffs Pavilion, Cardiff Wales Millennium Centre, Milton Keynes Theatre, Liverpool Empire Theatre, Wolverhampton Grand, Cheltenham Everyman Theatre, Canterbury Marlowe Theatre, Norwich Theatre Royale, Blackpool Opera House, Glasgow Kings Theatre, and Edinburgh Playhouse.

Tickets for select Greatest Days stops are on sale now.

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