MORE than 500 people were dancing in the aisles in Troon on Saturday at a hugely successful concert.
Rule The World, a three-piece Take That Tribute band took centre stage for the special evening in Troon Concert Hall.
And it was such a success that organisers to bring the band back next year along with a tribute act to former Take That lead singer Robbie Williams.
The event was run by Troon Business Association and Live@Troon.
Troon Business Association treasurer Donna Read was delighted with how the event went and said: “We have great support and I knew this was something the Troon community would get behind and it was a brilliant night.
“I just knew if we were going to go for it we would bring something really good. We would not have done this without the professionalism of Live@ Troon who have shown so many times how good they are at running concerts.
“Hopefully we will raise £4000 for the Troon Christmas Lights Fund and we aim to raise another £6000 during the rest of the year.”
She added: “There is a brilliant Robbie tribute and Rule the World have already worked with him.
“Last night was so successful I am already enquiring about booking Robbie with Rule The World for next year.”
Rule The World reigned supreme on a great night in the concert hall, performing for around two hours in front of an audience which was 80 per cent female.
The first half featured Robbie Williams song Candy and Could It Be Magic and the second half opened with The Flood.
This was followed by classic early numbers like It Only Takes A Minute, Everything Changes, Relight My Fire, Back For Good, Patience, Pray and Rule The World, with the band occasionally handing the mic over to the audience, who seemed to know every word.