Take That are embarking on a journey across the country in one evening, and will be performing for an audience in Richmond.

Richmond and Twickenham Times:

Relight my fire: They're back as a three-piece

While the UK's most successful live act will not actually visit the town themselves, their show at London's O2 arena will be broadcast live via satellite at Richmond's Odeon Studio.

The band now operates as a three piece, with founding members Gary Barlow, Mark Owen and Howard Donald all taking to the stage to perform some of the bands most loved hits.

While the audience will not see the band members in the flesh, the performance will be captured in high definition and will use surround sound to make fans feel like they have access to the live show.

Barlow says: "This is the first time we’ve done something on this scale so it’s going to be a really special night for us. "It’ll be a really exciting to have so many of our fans from all over the world all together watching the show.

"We’ll be thinking up some surprises to make it a very memorable occasion for everyone."

In their time as a band, Take That have secured eight number one albums, 15 number one singles and sold more than 30m albums.

Richmond and Twickenham Times:

Legends: Take That will be at the Odeon, Richmond

Turning their attention to awards, the band have scooped six Ivor Novellos and eight Brit awards, along with selling out more than seven million concert tickets.

  • Take That live cinecast; Odeon Richmond Studio, Red Lion Street, Richmond; June 19, starts 8.20pm; £12.50 adult, £8.90 children, family tickets available; for more information visit takethat.com/livecinema or odeon.co.uk.