The Elysian Film Group announces that Greatest Days will be hitting UK and Ireland cinemas on June 16th with a premiere event held on June 15th.

ELYSIAN FILM GROUP has today announced GREATEST DAYS, the highly anticipated cinematic adaptation of Take That’s smash-hit stage musical The Band, will be released in cinemas across the UK and ROI on Friday 16th June. Take That will also be joining a very special Premiere event in London on June 15th to be previewed in cinemas nationwide the same night!


GREATEST DAYS follows five best friends who have the night of their lives seeing their favorite boy band in concert. Twenty-five years later their lives have changed in many different ways as they reunite for one more epic show by their beloved band, to relight their friendship and discover that maybe their greatest days are ahead of them.

GREATEST DAYS is the feel-good, universal story of love and friendship featuring the hit songs of TAKE THAT. Gary Barlow, Mark Owen, and Howard Donald are executive producers for the film.


Directed by Coky Giedroyc (How to Build a Girl), written by Tim Firth (Calendar Girls), and produced by Danny Perkins, Kate Solomon, Jane Hooks, Karl Spoerri, and Viviana Vezzani, the film stars Aisling Bea (This Way Up), Alice Lowe (Black Mirror), Jayde Adams (The Outlaws), Amaka Okafor (The Responder) and Marc Wootton (Nativity!). Lara McDonnell (Belfast), Jessie Mae Alonzo (Little Joe), Nandi Hudson (Army of Thieves), Carragon Guest, and Eliza Dobson also star in the film, as well as Aaron Bryan (The Little Mermaid), Joshua Jung (Emma Bunton – Tour), Dalvin Cory (Wicked), Mark Samaras (Swan Lake), Mervin Noronha (What’s Love Got to Do with It?)

Greatest Days will be opening across the UK and Ireland on Friday, June 16th. The official website for the film is

Will you be going to see the film? Are you a Take That fan? Do you think the film will be a good adaptation of the stage musical? Relight My Fire by heading down to the comments section to let us know!

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