Rule The World has been recognised as the number one Take That tribute act in the world and they are bringing their show to Preston.
Just like the real deal the band will be performing as a three piece on 25th February. Over the years they have received rave reviews from many people including TV personality Ricky Tomlinson, Denise Van Outen… and even Jason Orange’s mum and Gary Barlow himself who tweeted the band to say he thought they were brilliant.
Rule the World have performed on ITV1’s Daybreak and at many prestigious events all including a private party for ‘Coldplay . They have performed with the cast of ITV1’s Emmerdale and have been very fortunate to travel the world playing large outdoor festivals in Barcelona, Germany, Austria, Ireland and more. They have performed as a headline act on the Royal Carribbean cruise ships and have a big contract with Butlins Holiday Parks where they regularly perform alongside S Club, East 17, Damage, Gareth Gates and Bobby Davro. They have performed a 3 year theatre tour with their live band and backing dancers in many amazing UK theatres including Manchester Palace, Edinburgh Playhouse, Leeds Grand, York Opera House to name just a few.
The band recently appeared alongside the real Take That on BBC1’s The Graham Norton Show. After hearing lead singer Dan Maines, a stunned Gary Barlow said in amazement, “He sounds like me!”
The show is an accurate portrayal of a Take That concert and features all the biggest hits including ‘Never Forget’, ‘Greatest Day’, ‘Back For Good’, ‘Relight My Fire’, ‘Everything Changes’, ‘Shine’, ‘Pray’ and many more.
Dan Maines, who performs as Gary Barlow comments, “It’s going to be a great night. There will be all the classics from the 90s, all the recent hits and we may even throw the brand new song in there for good measure”.
“We are most looking forward to meeting the crowd. It’s all about the audience. We’re very lucky that our audiences come wanting to have a good time. They make our job so much easier for us and we feel we owe them a good night!”
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