Take That, the UK's most successful live act ever, will play the O2 Arena later this month – and fans in Lincoln can see the event streamed live at The Venue at Bishop Grosseteste University.
The concert on Friday 19th June is described as a colourful explosion featuring dancing jellyfish, beautifully choreographed puppetry, a flying tandem sidecar, a burning globe, pyrotechnics, fireworks and indoor rain.
Take That got together in 1990 but a quarter of a century later they’re still packing in the crowds. This year’s European tour is their first since Progress in 2011. Lincolnshire’s own vocal star Ella Henderson is also appearing with the band on the current tour.
Tickets for the screening at The Venue in Lincoln cost £20, or £12.50 each for group bookings of ten or more. Take That fans can also enjoy a pre-screening two-course dinner in Refectory, close to The Venue on the BGU campus, at £35 per head (or £27.50 for groups of ten or more).
The Venue is a modern cinema on the university campus equipped with HD projection and the latest surround sound technology. Alongside its full programme of mainstream, independent and family film screenings, The Venue started screening live transmissions of plays from the National Theatre last year.
This screening is in partnership with ScreenLive Entertainment, and the show will be scheduled live or near live in over 20 territories worldwide.
To book tickets go to The Venue’s Take That web page or call the ticket hotline on 01522 583608.