Is it teething time for your little one?


They have sold 45 million records worldwide, and have 15 number one singles and seven number one albums under their belt – is it any wonder that people are clamouring for tickets to see epic ‘man band’ Take That perform?


The guys – currently performing as a trio – are bringing their Wonderland Live show to Dublin this month, and we have some amazing news to share with you: there’s still a chance to go and see them.


That’s right; if you weren’t lucky enough to get a ticket the first time around, a limited number of Production Best Seats have just become available and will be going on sale this Friday, May 5, at 9am.


To promote their latest album; Gary, Mark and Howard are hitting the 3Arena this month, and will be performing hits from their album Wonderland – and, we presume, some of the classics, too – on May 15 and 16.


The tickets, on sale this Friday, are €77 – although additional charges may apply. So, if you’re a hardcore fan of the lads, and you’re dying to see them perform live, then this could be the opportunity you've been waiting for.



While music has always been the Take That guys’ first love, they have had a busy few years with their families – notably each welcoming a brood of future mini stars into the world!


Howard Donald is the latest to join the ‘Daddy Club’, welcoming his fourth child into the world, three months ago. The singer’s wife, Katie Halil, gave birth to son Dougie Bear in February, a year after they became parents to son Bowie.


The 48-year-old is also father to two older daughters – 18-year-old Grace, and 12-year-old Lola – from previous relationships.


Bandmate Gary has his hands full as well, as a father to three children with his wife, Dawn: 16-year-old Daniel, 14-year-old Emily, and eight-year-old Daisy.


Meanwhile, Mark Owen is a doting dad to 11-year-old son Elwood, and daughters Willow (nine) and Fox (five), with wife Emma.


So, set the alarm for Friday morning, ladies – don’t let the chance to hear Back For Good live pass you by!




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