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Take That 2 – Take That Tribute

Take That 2 Steve Wright BBC Radio 2 from Unit One Entertainment on Vimeo.

What can we say… This tribute Act are a good as the real thing. These sensationally hard working lads perform a flawless tribute to the greatest boy band in the UK. They have the looks, the mannerisms, the authentic costume changes, the moves, the dance routines and most of all the voices of TAKE THAT off to a “T”. This without doubt the hardest working and most professional Take That tribute we have ever been please to provide. The level of production that goes into their show is true to the originals, it’s the next best thing to seeing the real Take That that you can get.

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Take That 2 09Billed as the hardest working Take That tribute in the UK, they more than live up to that statement. What can we say… they are a good as the real thing and then some. These sensationally hard working lads perform a flawless tribute to the greatest boy band in the UK. They have the looks, the mannerisms, the authentic costume changes, the moves, the dance routines and most of all the voices of TAKE THAT off to a “T”. This without doubt, as they say “the hardest working” and most professional Take That tribute we have ever been please to provide. The level of production that goes into their show is true to the originals, it’s the next best thing to seeing the real Take That that you can get.

As a true Take That tribute act should, they stay in character throughout. Enforcing the realism about their act, even to the point of recreating the mannerisms, gestures, and speaking voices too. The whole presentation is of a highly polished and very talented act, slick in their performance and impressive the what and experience.

The’re costume changes are like the dance routines, carefully choreographed for the performance, giving you the feel of a genuine Take Take costume change. This is done with a lot of showmanship, drama and synchronisation between each band member coming on and going off in perfect Take That style.

They don’t just sing hit single after hit single, they have a little bit of chat with each other and with you the audience acting out their individual roles within the Take That tribute band. When you hear each member of the band speak, they are in character, speaking as the lad do – it’s uncanny!

What they provide is so much more than a tribute, it is a full on re-enactment of a Take That concert.