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30 Years In The Making tells two stories – the making of Greatest Days, a new British movie-musical featuring the songs of Take That.

And the making of Take That the band – a story recalled here in intimate detail by the band themselves, Gary Barlow, Howard Donald and Mark Owen. Connecting our twin narratives are the breakout stars of both stories – the fans. In Greatest Days, Take That's fandom is represented by a fabulous foursome led by Irish comedian Aisling Bea. In our feature documentary, real Take That fans take centre stage including more than one famous face. Shifting back and forth between on-set drama and a musical love affair that now spans four decades, 30 Years in the Making battles both Covid shutdowns and band break-ups to celebrate an iconic British artist and the joy of being a lifelong music fan. For RWD Films, finding a story that balanced the needs of all stakeholders was an art in itself, with our expert producers guiding this “making of a movie” documentary through compliance with the blessing of the band and on to ITVX just in time for the release of Greatest Days. Streaming now on ITVX, 30 Years In The Making was made to support the release of Greatest Days by Elysian Films on June 16.