Could it be magic at ‘Take That’ night?

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Britains Got Talent, James Smith, supports The K woods foundation. © The K Woods Foundation

Britain’s Got Talent star, James Smith, supports the K Woods Foundation. © The K Woods Foundation

The New Brighton Floral Pavilion is holding a Take That Experience night to raise money in aid of Dementia UK.

On Friday February 26th, for one night only, the Take That Experience tribute band will take to the stage with special effects and confetti blasts.

The event will be hosted by TV personality Russell Grant, with special guest and model Sam Reece and also a performance by Britain’s Got Talent finalist, James Smith.

This is the third annual event that has been held by the K Woods Foundation. With previous years being a success, the event organiser Adam Woods told JMU Journalism: “The venue which I have chosen holds up to 800 people. At the minute we are expecting around 600 people to turn up to the event with the room for some more.

“I’m hoping we will raise around £4,000 for Dementia UK and I know it will be a fun night for all.”

Mr Woods explained: “This event is suitable and fun for all the family and with the proceeds going towards a very important charity. I would urge people to get there tickets soon. There has been a lot of hard work put into this night.

“Overall it has taken me a year to organise it completely. This is our third annual one and I have no doubt it will top all the rest.”

Tickets can be purchased from the Floral Pavilion box office  with adult tickets priced at £20 and concessions £15. Group bookings of 20 or more will receive a discount and all profits are donated to Dementia UK.

About Caoimhe Harkin, JMU Journalism