"Two long but ab-fab days with a stonking hit at the end of it! #20years." The Spice Girls reportedly recorded the track to celebrate the 20th anniversary of their debut album, , which dropped in September 1996.The Spice Girls formed in 1994 and last performed together at the 2012 Summer Olympics in London.Co-written with Tim Firth, who provided the screenplay for the much-loved 2003 movie and also wrote the less successful 2008 play adaptation, The Girls tried out in Leeds in 2015, then in Salford last year, before its arrival in the capital.It's pitched up at the Phoenix and, following a booking extension already announced, will remain there until at least July. Michael Billington (Guardian, ) can hardly contain himself.The Orford six-piece are hoping to reconnect with old fans who will remember their glory days when the band, who were originally called The North, supported the likes of The Bluetones at Parr Hall.
Adam said: “I went to Gary Barlow’s house and posted my CD under his gate in Frodsham.
From Do What U Like to Giants, Lovin Manchester isn't honestly clear on whether or not Take That are a guilty pleasure, or pop icons, or what we're supposed to think.
But if you like the Mancunian lads, you'll be thrilled at the news that the Mad Thatters TT superman fest is coming to Manchester on August 18.
Sources told Us Weekly in March the group are planning a reunion tour, but said Beckham isn't interested in taking part.
Matthew Morrison, the Broadway alum who’s currently wrapping up his final season on “Glee,” will take over the lead role in “Finding Neverland,” the Harvey Weinstein-produced musical that opens in the spring. Barrie, the creator of Peter Pan, in the adaptation of the 2004 Miramax film by book writer James Graham and songwriters Gary Barlow and Eliot Kennedy.
Inspired by Oasis and Shed Seven, they just played covers at first but things started moving fast when they began to write their own songs.