Take That musical comes to Ipswich

TAKE That musical Never Forget is coming to Ipswich, The Evening Star can reveal today.

TAKE That musical Never Forget is coming to Ipswich, The Evening Star can reveal today.

The West End show will play the Ipswich Regent theatre from Tuesday, September 15 to Saturday, September 19.

Written by BAFTA award winner Danny Brocklehurst, Guy Jones and Ed Curtis, Never Forget follows the roller coaster journey of young hero Ash, who finds himself caught between fame, fortune and friendship as he struggles to realise his dreams.

David Mansfield, general manager at the Regent, said: “Take That's latest album The Circus has become the fastest album to sell one million copies this millennium and since they reformed their success has gone from strength to strength.

“Take That are touring this summer and while they aren't performing in Ipswich at the moment, having the Take That musical is surely the next best thing.

“Never Forget is a fantastically funny and feel-good show, packed full of Take That hits.”

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The show includes the chart-topping smashes Relight My Fire, Pray, Back For Good, Babe and Never Forget.

Tickets, priced from �12 to �31, are available from the box office by calling 01473 433100.

Meanwhile, comedian Ed Byrne is to perform in Ipswich, it has been announced.

The Irish funnyman and star of BBC 2's Mock the Week will perform at the Regent theatre on November 10.

Theatre manager David Mansfield said: “Ed Byrne returns with his blisteringly funny critically acclaimed one man show about marriage, class, the youth of today and anything else that strikes him as humorous.”

Tickets are �17.50 and are available from the box office.

Are you a fan of Take That? What do you think of the programme of shows at the Regent? Write to Your Letters, Evening Star, 30 Lower Brook Street, Ipswich, IP4 1AN or send an e-mail to eveningstarletters@eveningstar.co.uk

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