Gary Barlow is set to showcase new music as part of a brand new ITV special.
The Take That musician will perform at London’s Natural History Museum with a live orchestra for Gary Barlow’s Night At The Museum.
The show will see him preview new songs from upcoming album Music Played By Humans, as well as hits from Take That’s back catalogue.
He’ll be joined on the night by special guests including Michael Bublé, who also features on the new album.
Gary said: ‘I am so excited to host this music special. During a tumultuous time for the whole country, it feels amazing to be able to put on a proper night of entertainment at one of the most exciting locations in London and featuring some amazing guests and musicians.’
He added: ‘It’s going to be a very special evening and even though we are staying inside at the moment, let’s get our glad rags on and make believe we’re heading out for the night.’
An air date for Gary Barlow’s Night At The Museum has yet to be confirmed.
Gary is one of the most successful songwriters in British history, having written a total of 14 number one singles.
The musician recently announced plans to head on tour in 2021 in support of his upcoming album, which also features the likes of James Corden and Alesha Dixon.
Michael is a hugely popular artist too, with 40 million album sales to his name around the world.
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