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Get tickets to BBC show

Tickets available online tomorrow

In the middle of June (sorry, we’re not allowed to tell you exactly when yet) we’re playing a special show at the BBC Television Centre in London for 600 people, which will be broadcast live on BBC2.

If you’d like to come along, please go to from 10.30am tomorrow morning (Friday 6th June) where you’ll be able to register for a pair of tickets. It’s first come, first served – so the first 250 people who register will be guaranteed entry to the show.

Here follows the small print…

Only successful applicants will be contacted.  

Terms and Conditions
Tickets will be sent out. Applications must be received by Monday 9th June
If you are allocated a place on the guest list you will need to bring one form of photo ID and your email confirmation with you to the event.

You must be 16 or over. Proof of age and identity will be required.
You must be available to come to the event in mid June.  Successful applicants will be given the date.
There will be no travel or accommodation expenses.
All event details are subject to change without notice.
Registration is open to UK residents only.
Only one entry will be accepted per person.
The BBC does not accept any responsibility for late or lost applications whatever the cause. Proof of sending is not proof of receipt.

Should the event be cancelled or line-up changed, the BBC is not liable for any loss of money and expense incurred in travelling to the venue.

The BBC’s decision is final and no correspondence will be entered into.
Each successful applicant will receive 2 tickets.
If you cannot be contacted the BBC reserves the right to offer the ticket to the person whose name is next drawn at random.

Applicants must supply full details as required, and comply with all rules to be eligible. No responsibility is accepted for ineligible online submissions or submissions made fraudulently.

This registration process is not open to employees or contractors of the BBC, any person directly or indirectly involved in the BBC or the running of the registration, or their direct family members.

The BBC reserves the right to cancel this registration process at any stage, if deemed necessary in its opinion, and if circumstances arise outside of its control.

Applicants will be deemed to have accepted these rules and to agree to be bound by them when registering.
Tickets are free and cannot be resold. If you buy tickets from anyone they will not be valid.

These rules are governed by the laws of England and Wales.
This registration process is administered by the BBC.

Wow. You read to the end.