Take@That are one of UK’s leading tributes to the greatest British man band of our generation. Each member has tirelessly worked on recreating mannerisms and harmonies along with choreographed dance routines giving you a physical likeness to the real Take That.
Charity gig for the Ben Corfield Football Fund
On 14th September we played at ‘Ben’s Charity Concert 3’ at the Oakengates Theatre, Telford for the Ben Corfield Football Fund. It was a great night with a 600-strong crowd and other acts including a Queen tribute band.
Ben’s fund very kindly sponsored us £300 for our half marathon for Jaxon’s Chance which will go a long way towards Jaxon’s treatment. We would like to thank them very much for their donation and for inviting us to play at the concert.
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With less than three weeks to go until the half marathon we are up to 84% of our fundraising target of £2000!
Stand up bingo at two recent gigs has raised £220.
Our raffle at The Elms gig in July raised a fantastic £240.
We held an auction of a Take That VIP lanyard which was won at £40 by fan Janet who very generously donated £50 to the pot.
Our sax player Catherine recently did some freelance work for a local band who donated £30 to the charity.
Another fan, Natasha, held an auction for a Gary Barlow Specsavers poster and raised a brilliant £100.
We have all been training hard for the half marathon! If you would like to make a donation to help us reach our target then please click here.
See this page for more information about Jaxon, the little boy we are running the half marathon for and why he needs our help.
Leicester half marathon 2019
We will be running the Leicester half marathon on 6th October to raise money for a local boy called Jaxon who has cerebral palsy and needs vital physiotherapy to give him the chance to walk.
See our marathon page for more information.
Sponsor us here!
Brilliant- these guys should be famous in their own right!
Bootleg Barlow, top Gary Barlow tribute, performs in Take@That and as a solo artist.
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