Cast announced for the official Take That Musical GREATEST DAYS

The Official Take That Musical GREATEST DAYS will embark on a major UK and Ireland tour from 6 May 2023 and will coincide with the summer 2023 release of the official movie version of this smash-hit musical, starring Aisling Bea and Jayde Adams.

The full cast includes Taylor Alman (The Legend of White Bear Lake), Charlotte Anne Steen (Bat Out of Hell), Holly Ashton (Footloose), Hannah Brown (Hansel & Gretel), Kalifa Burton (Matilda), Benjamin Cameron (Grease Royal Caribbean) Jamie Corner (The Band), Archie Durrant (Matilda), Regan Gascoigne (winner of Dancing on Ice 2022, Cinderella), Kitty Harris (David Walliams’ Gangsta Granny), Bayley Hart (Heathers), Keith Henderson (Shrek the Musical), Karen Holmes (Grease), Christopher D. Hunt (Waitress), Evangeline Jarvis-Jones (The Sound of Music), Rachel Marwood (The Possibility of Colour), Mari McGinlay (Hairspray), Jamie-Rose Monk (A Midsummer Night’s Dream), Mary Moore (Grease West End), Alexanda O’Reilly (Mamma Mia!) and Alan Stocks (Calendar Girls).

They join the previously announced Kym Marsh as Rachel and her daughter Emilie Cunliffe as Young Rachel.

Celebrating the 30th Anniversary of Take That’s first ever UK number 1 single Pray, GREATEST DAYS features more than 15 record-breaking Take That songs alongside a heart-warming and hilarious story of love, loss and laughter from the award-winning writer Tim Firth (Calendar Girls, Kinky Boots). The musical follows a group of five best friends in the 1990’s who are obsessed with their favourite boy band. The girls reunite more than 20 years later with a plan to see their heartthrobs one last time in what could be the Greatest Days of their lives.


6 – 13 May Bromley Churchill Theatre

16 – 27 May Manchester Palace Theatre

29 May – 3 June Newcastle Theatre Royal

5 – 10 June Woking New Victoria Theatre

12 – 17 June Sheffield Lyceum Theatre

20 – 24 June Southend Cliffs Pavilion

27 June – 1 July Cardiff Wales Millennium Centre

3 – 8 July Milton Keynes Theatre

10 – 15 July Liverpool Empire Theatre

17 – 22 July Wolverhampton Grand

24 – 29 July Cheltenham Everyman Theatre

31 Jul – 5 Aug Canterbury Marlowe Theatre

7 – 12 Aug Norwich Theatre Royale

15 – 19 Aug Blackpool Opera House

21 – 26 Aug Glasgow Kings Theatre

28 Aug – 2 Sep Edinburgh Playhouse

4 – 9 Sept Nottingham Theatre Royal

11 – 16 Sep Bristol Hippodrome

18 – 23 Sept Bradford Alhambra Theatre

26 – 30 Sep Southampton Mayflower Theatre

2 – 7 Oct Royal & Derngate Northampton

9 – 14 Oct Brighton Theatre Royal

17 – 21 Oct Truro Hall for Cornwall

23 – 28 Oct Leicester Curve

30 Oct – 4 Nov Hull New Theatre

7 – 11 Nov Aylesbury Waterside Theatre

14 – 18 Nov Sunderland Empire

21 – 25 Nov Leeds Grand Theatre