“Brilliant”, “He sounds like me!”, “These guys are good!” - Gary Barlow
The original Take That are widely known as one of the most iconic boy bands of modern times. Originally consisting of Gary Barlow, Robbie Williams, Mark Owen, Howard Donald and Jason Orange, the band has performed with various different lineups throughout their career. As a result of their widespread success, the band saw 56 singles go to number one internationally. The band has also received an impressive eight Brit Awards, as well as setting the record for the fastest-selling tour in the United Kingdom, Progress Live.
As such, Take That are widely considered the most successful boy band ever to have stormed the British charts. As one of the most successful Take That tribute acts in the country today, Rule the World have amassed a wealth of experience performing as the original act. Apart from their appearance on stages across the country, the group has also featured on the BBC’s Graham Norton Show, appearing alongside stars like Nicole Kidman, Julie Walters and John Bonneville.
On the show, Rule the World were also afforded the opportunity to meet the real Take That. Since then, the group has received positive feedback from stars like Denise van Outen and Ricky Tomlinson. Rule the World’s performance is characterised by their unrelenting commitment to Take That’s full musical repertoire. As such, the band is very much adept at performing many of Take That’s best-loved songs, incorporating the group’s top-notch vocal skills and choreography into their own show-stopping act.
Rule the World have thus enjoyed success performing at music venues and private events across the country, as well as enjoying popularity as an ideal act for corporate events. While on their 2018 tour, Rule the World took their wonderful performance to venues all across the country. In this capacity, they stormed the stage at a wide array of venues, including the Emporium Club, Butlins, the Concorde Club, Wannasee Festival and the Barbican Theatre. The tour sees the group pay tribute to over twenty-five years of Take That, electrifying audiences wherever they go. Adding to the legacy of the original act, Rule the World continue to strengthen their reputation as a leading Take That tribute band.