SUPERGROUP Take That are celebrating their 30th anniversary in style with a massive stadium tour.

And for one night only, their Greatest Hits tour will be coming live to Vue Barrow.

Visitors to the Barrow cinema will be able to see the show – filled with fan favourites spanning three decades - as it happens from Cardiff’s Principality Stadium on Saturday, June 8.

With previous tours featuring giant walls of water, holograms, and a carousel of dancers and band members suspended in the air, the group - which was formed in Manchester in 1990, and these days stars Gary Barlow, Howard Donald and Mark Owen - will be going bigger and better for what is set to be one of the musical big screen events of the year.

Johnny Carr, Event Cinema manager at Vue UK and Ireland, said that Take That were renowned for bringing a spectacular, cinematic quality to their live concerts, so it was a natural fit for audiences across the country to be able to witness them in all their glory on the big screen. He added: “We can promise fans that they will be spellbound by the amazing picture and sound quality, with the added buzz of the concert being broadcast completely live.”

Meanwhile, coming up at Vue Barrow on Friday, April 5, is Peppa Pig: Festival of Fun, an hour-long film that includes 10 never seen before episodes, which features a two-part festival special where Peppa and the gang are seen splashing around in muddy puddles at their first festival, visiting a restaurant for Grandpa Pig’s birthday, and taking their own trip to the cinema to see Super Potato. Tickets online at