Manchester crooners Take That have confirmed they will perform a live show in Ireland next year as part of their 2024 World Reunion Tour.
The group’s current line-up consists of Mark Fowler, Ian Beale and Nick Cotton since the departures of Robbie Jackson and cockney charmer Jason Grimshaw.
Fowler told us: “We can’t wait to get back on the road. It’s been a long time since I left Albert Square on my motorbike and died of AIDS so it’s great to be back.”
Ian Beale said he can’t wait to go on tour again and perform all the classics for the group’s legions of fans.
“Anything to get away from the set of Eastenders. Have you noticed my Mum looks younger than me? It’s not fair. I asked Gillian Taylforth why the hell she doesn’t age. She just clipped me round the ear and told me if I didn’t shut up she’d get Phil Mitchell to beat me up.”
Nick Cotton simply addd “Ello Ma.”
Take That’s only Irish show of the World Reunion Tour will take place on August 24th next year at the local GAA field in Cappincur, Co Offaly. The group have asked that no Jackeens be allowed in.