The official England rugby team send off, with a performance from Take ThatThis is about as big as shows get. A unique celebration of both England and rugby, Wear The Rose Live will offer fans from across the country a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to wave off the England team in style – and show how the power of support can give the squad a huge boost, ahead of the biggest tournament in English rugby history.
Held in front of 14,500 fans at The O2, the full England rugby team, coaches and backroom staff will be there, with players taking part in live interviews. They will be joined by global pop sensations Take That as they perform an hour-long exclusive set of hits, complete with a full 48-piece orchestra for the first time ever.
Additional special guests include 2014 Britain's Got Talent winners Collabro, who topped the album charts last year, and the England rugby team's official anthem singer, soprano Laura Wright. The show’s creative director is Kim Gavin, who choreographed and directed the 2012 Summer Olympics closing ceremony.
Doors open at 6:30pm, show time TBC. Under 15s must be accompanied by an adult. Valid ID required. Tickets break down as: £85 face value, £9.75 booking fee and £1.50 facility fee. £55 face value, £6.75 booking fee and £1.50 facility fee.