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Take That perform Abbey Road gig
Take That on stage
Take That are back in the charts after 10 years
Take That have performed a special gig at the famous Abbey Road studios in London for just 300 fans.

The foursome, who have recently made a comeback after 10 years, sang songs from their new album as well as old favourites like Pray and Never Forget.

Gary Barlow, who admitted he had been surprised with their success a second time round, said: "It's been so great to come back."

The concert will be broadcast on Saturday on BBC Radio 2.

Chart success

"It has given us a chance to make music again, and to see all the faces smiling back at us at our gigs is just great," Barlow added.

In tribute to the venue's history, Barlow, Mark Owen, Howard Donald, and Jason Orange finished their set with a Beatles medley.

The band's new single Patience is heading for number one this Sunday in the UK singles chart.

Their fourth album, Beautiful World, is likely to be one of the top sellers this Christmas.

Since announcing their reunion last year, Take That have just finished a sell-out tour where they played 29 dates at venues across the UK.

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