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Progress Live – the album". Takethat.com. 21 October 2011. Archived from the original on 22 October 2011 . Retrieved 21 October 2011. Take That are a very British institution and American success is perhaps the final piece of the jigsaw that is missing from their story. Mark says: “Now that our children are growing up and are at school I would love us to go out there.” Gary Barlow leads amazing show from Take That – a week after losing daughter". Evening Standard. 13 August 2012 . Retrieved 22 November 2012.Robbie Williams's drug abuse had escalated to a near drug overdose the night before the group was scheduled to perform at the MTV Europe Music Awards in 1994. On 4 October, it was reported that Take That were to take a break after the completion of the Progress tour, with Barlow continuing his role as a judge on The X Factor and Williams recording new solo material.   Take That were presented with an Ivor Novello Award for their Outstanding Contribution to British Music in May 2012.  Take That Official 16 November 2010". Takethat.com. 15 November 2010. Archived from the original on 18 May 2011 . Retrieved 30 May 2011.
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Wonderland Live  was the tenth concert tour by English band Take That, in support of their eighth studio album Wonderland. It began on 5 May 2017, in Birmingham, England at the Genting Arena and continued throughout the UK, Ireland, Australia, New Zealand, Israel and the UAE concluding on 29 November 2017, in Dubai, UAE, at the Dubai Media City Amphitheatre. Halutz, Avshalom (29 November 2017). "In Tel Aviv, Take That Proved It Could Be Magic Regardless of Age". Haaretz. Renshaw, David (28 September 2014). "Robbie Williams shows support for Take That's Jason Orange". NME . Retrieved 3 June 2019.Copsey, Rob (31 March 2017). "Ed Sheeran beats Take That as ÷ claims a fourth week at Number 1". Official Charts Company . Retrieved 1 April 2017. The Wanted climb to number five in the US singles chart". Newsbeat. BBC. 2 March 2012 . Retrieved 22 November 2012.