Newly reformed british "boyband" Take That are hoping to turn their 90's back-catalogue into a hit new stage musical in London.
The group, who are one of the most successful British bands since the Beatles, sold over 25 million records around the world before splitting up in 1996.
Now Take That are looking to follow the likes of Abba, Queen, and Boney M in creating a musical based around their many hit singles. The band are co-producing the musical, which is expected to open in a West End theatre around the middle of next year.
Some of Take That's biggest pop hits include Back for Good, Pray, Relight My Fire, Babe, Everything Changes, Never Forget, and How Deep Is Your Love.
Gary Barlow, Jason Orange, Mark Owen and Howard Donald reformed earlier this year for a massively successful reunion tour, playing to over half a million people.
They're now preparing to release their first studio album in over a decade, Beautiful World. Lead single, Patience is due out on November 20th in the UK, and tipped to shoot to the top of the charts.
Take That - Patience (Video shot in Iceland)
A DVD from their sell-out 32 date UK reunion tour has just been released, and includes live concert footage from their homecoming concert in Manchester, as well as a documentary on the buildup to their tour, and a bonus Live CD.