Robbie Williams’ Take The Crown Stadium Tour 2013 To Be Broadcast Live Into Cinemas

Since he first stepped on stage for the first night of his ‘Take The Crown Stadium Tour 2013‘ at Dublin’s Aviva Stadium in front of 65,000 fans, Robbie Williams has been wowing crowds around the UK with his showmanship and extravagant sets, earning rave reviews in the process.


On August 20, 2013, Robbie Williams will perform at Estonia’s 70,000 capacity Tallinn Song Festival Ground and fans in cinemas around the world will have the chance to catch the entertainer live on the big screen.

This broadcast of the penultimate show of his first solo stadium tour in seven years will give his fans the perfect chance to catch the maestro in action as he rips through his thrilling 2-hour show that includes his biggest solo hits such as “Bodies“, “Millennium“, “Let Me Entertain You” and “Angels“.

Take The Crown Live From Tallinn, will have a theatrical release across 40 territories.  Tickets will be available from July 9 through participating cinemas or via

This broadcast follows a number of successful live-to-cinema events in 2013, including The British Museum’s Pompeii Live and the National Theatre’s production of The Audience with Helen Mirren. However, Robbie was one of the original pioneers of the idea, having broadcast his performance from the BBC Electric Proms into 250 screens across 23 territories in 2009 – a Guinness World Record at the time.

The trailer and cinema listings can be viewed at

Watch the trailer here Robbie Williams

The stage set was designed by  Mark Fisher who passed away recently. Robbie paid tribute to him by calling him ‘music’s greatest architect.’ Mr Fisher was also, among other stage triumphs,  behind the spectacular Cirque du Soleil’s Michael Jackson Immortal, Read our review here.

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