TAKE That tribute band Shine, whose member Freddie Bolt hails from Keighley, will play Victoria Hall in Saltaire on June 21.

Freddie, who performs as both Robbie Williams and Howard Donald, will perform alongside close friend Bradley Johnson as Gary Barlow and Nigel Passey as Mark Owen.

Shine have been together for the past three years and regularly perform across the UK. In 2017 they performed at Keighley’s Octagon to an almost sell-out audience.

All three were involved in Take That tribute shows before coming together to make a three-piece band.

Trained actor Freddie, 25, is now based in Manchester and has appeared in TV shows such as Bernard’s Watch, The Royal, Wuthering Heights and My Parents Are Aliens.

Most recently he played Reece Murgatroyd in Channel 4 schools drama Ackley Bridge and this year began filming season three.

He said: “My main passion is to entertain, hence why it works so well me doubling up as Robbie Williams in a section of the show to entertain the audience with a medley of Robbie’s number one hits.

“This adds a different element to the show, and separates us from any other Take That tribute band.”

Bradley, who plays Gary Barlow, competed on the BBC’s Let It Shine talent show hosted by the real Gary.

As one-fifth of the band ‘Nightfall’ he reached the final of the TV contest, getting a standing ovation from Gary but narrowly missing a chance to tour in hit Take That musical The Band.

Nigel Passey and his band signed to London record label The Animal Farm in 2013, gaining a number five single in Denmark then touring Europe.

He has performed in musicals like Jesus Christ Superstar, the Producers, Rock of Ages and Starlight Express, and on TV in Emmerdale, Gunpowder and Girlfriends.

He performed in the UK arena tour by leading Broadway singer Josh Groban.

Freddie said: “We have been performing as a three-piece band for the last three years, recreating the magic of Take That.

“We perform all of the songs and authentic Take That dance routines in the original costumes from the 90s up to the modern day.

“We perform all the smash hit songs including Back For Good, Shine, Greatest Day, Rule The World, Million Love Songs and Never forget.

“Another factor which makes us unique is the ‘acoustic medley’ which opens the second half of the show.”

Call 07875 102388 to book tickets, which cost £10.

Support comes from X Factor contestant Harry Holmes.