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Or do Firth and Barlow breathe new life into this thoroughly British bonanza of stripping sexagenarians? Whereas in the film, the big reveal is followed by an hour of recriminations and reconciliations, here it provides the show's daring denouement.The musician, who recently announced that he will searching for the West End stars on BBC show Let It Shine, has said that he knows the formula for success. You've got to have a good story to make it work.” Just three years ago the eagerly-anticipated Spice Girls musical Viva Forever became one of the biggest West End flops of all time.Speaking to Mail Online at Cannes Lions, he said: “It will be a hit. Despite being written by Jennifer Saunders and being backed by the whole band, the show closed after just seven months and at a loss of £5 million.If you think you’ve got what it takes, we want to see it!” The new Take That musical is due to open in the West End in September 2017.Danny was the singer and guitarist of the LA-based band Chief, who split up in 2011, and he is the co-founder of Lightwave Records, formed in 2013.