TICKETS are almost sold out for a second gig at Keighley’s Octagon by tribute band Take That 3.

Take That 3, who play on December 1, were founded by Keighley man Freddie Bolt, 24, who plays the role of Howard Donald.

Freddie said: “Because the February gig was such a success and everyone enjoyed it so much I decided to organise another one nearer to Christmas. I am really look forward to performing to my home crowd again.”

Freddie will be joined by close friend Bradley Johnson, 20, as Gary Barlow, who competed on the BBC’s Let It Shine talent show hosted by Gary.

Completing the line-up at the Octagon, on Bradford Road at Sandbeds, is Leeds-based James Horsman, 26, as Mark Owen.

Freddie said: “We have all been in the industry for many years as solo performers and as a band.

“It was through the Take That tribute stuff that we came together to make a three-piece band and have been performing gigs ever since.

“James manages to capture the mannerisms and voice of Mark Owen down to a tee.

“He has years of experience performing in a Take That tribute band and looks forward to performing so close to his home.

“Bradley did very well in Let It Shine and reached the final as one-fifth of the band Nightfall. He is an excellent singer and all-round musician, and on this gig we plan to perform a short acoustic section with Brad on the piano.”

Call 01274 562252 to check ticket availability. Tickets cost £10.