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Win a DVD and enjoy hit Take That musical at home

PUBLISHED: 17:47 17 June 2008 | UPDATED: 13:09 11 August 2010

NOW is your chance to see one of the hottest new musicals in the west-end on us. The much acclaimed musical written round the music of boy band Take That called, Never Forget , has taken London s theatre land by storm We are offering three DVDs of the ou

NOW is your chance to see one of the hottest new musicals in the west-end on us.

The much acclaimed musical written round the music of boy band Take That called, 'Never Forget', has taken London's theatre land by storm

We are offering three DVDs of the outstanding show for you to enjoy in the comfort of your own home in our simple competition.

Last week the Post's Lara Mann reviewed the show which is playing at the Savoy Theatre in the Strand.

She wrote: 'The show is humourous throughout and the music of Take That is cleverly intertwined within the story.

The cast are easy on the eye and plenty of flesh is flashed for the duration of the show.

The end of the first half where a curtain of rain falls whilst the signature song 'Back for Good' is being sung, as in the Take That video, which changes to 'Never Forget' and the words come down in the rain and flames in the second half for 'Relight My Fire', both simply took my breath away.

With a massive company of 27 singers and dancers, the high energy is compulsive and once you are in the grip, never lets go until the final curtain when it seemed as if the audience were as active as those on stage.

Quite simply a must see show.

To enter our completion just buy the Barking and Dagenham Post on Wednesday June 18, and answer the simple question.

If you want to see the live show, it is at the Savoy Theatre, with tickets available from 08701 648787, ticket master 0844 847 2394 from £29.50 to £55.


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