Take That are planning to capture their 'Greatest Hits Tour' using a Polaroid camera.

The 'Rule The World' hitmakers recently announced their final date of their 30th anniversary run will be screened in cinemas across the UK and Ireland, and now they have asked their fans if they should take the instant camera on the road with them as a special way to remember the milestone shows.

Alongside a black and white Polaroid snap of band member Mark Owen, they tweeted: ''We've had the idea to take a polaroid on the road with us ... think we should do it? (sic)''

The Manchester pop group - completed by Gary Barlow and Howard Donald - have teamed up with CinemaLive to offer their fans the chance to witness their performance at the Principality Stadium, Cardiff, South Wales, from the comfort of one of over 600 cinemas on June 8 from 8pm.

According to a press release, there will also be ''exclusive cinema content'' aired for the big finale, which is part of the 'Back For Good' hitmakers' 30th anniversary celebrations.

The band said: ''We're so excited to be able to bring all our fans together for the last night of our UK tour - it's going to be a really special night for us.

''To have cinema audiences all around the UK and Ireland joining us here in Cardiff will be incredible - we can't wait. See you all really soon!''

In 2017, the trio broadcast their 'Wonderland Tour' show from The O2, which broke the record to become the highest-grossing live concert cinema screening of all time.

The extensive run of dates in the UK and Ireland kick off on April 12 at Sheffield's FlyDSA Arena and includes eight stops at London's The O2.

The 'Shine' hitmakers released the album 'Odyssey' ahead of the tour, which saw them re-imagine their greatest hits and featured the lead single 'Pray', plus hits such as 'Rule the World', 'Relight My Fire' and 'Patience'.

The Manchester boyband formed in 1989, along with part-timer Robbie Williams and former member Jason Orange.

There had been talk of both of them rejoining the group for the special milestone.

However, Robbie - who quit Take That in 1995, a year before they originally split, and rejoined from 2009 to 2012 - admitted though he'd love to mark 30 years of the band, he'd only be willing to do it if Jason came back after leaving in 2014.

He said: ''I'm up for it. But I don't know what their calendar says, what my calendar says. I don't know what their manager says.

''We'd all love to do it. I'd love to get Jason back involved, realistically I don't think so.

''If we could get Jay back it would be perfect.''

Take That will play London's Royal Albert Hall next Thursday (28.03.19) as part of the Teenage Cancer Trust charity concert series, with support from James Arthur.