Great Free Audience Tickets Hunt



  • does anyone know of any shows we can go to in the midlands, as it all seems to be london or occasionally Manchester!
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  • bargain babe where are you fiinding the manchester ones i can't see them..
  • Hiya Tallulah, The price is right is being filmed in Manchester ( I believe) dont know of anymore at the moment though, sorry.
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  • i found a link on here a while ago to the and im always getting offered tickets to all kinds of shows, from the sharron osbourn show to price is right,
    the only one i have been to is the album chart show in koko night club (camden, london)
    it was fantastic, i got to see the killers, kasabian and beck all in 1 night, and for free thanks to the usefull posts here.
    the only down side to this type of show is the price of drinks once inside, i was waiting in line at the bar with a five pound note in my hand as i noticed they were only selling cans of beer ( and i was getting 1 for me and 1 for a friend), once i placed my order she poured the cans into plastic glasses and handed me them then i had the shock of my life when she aked for £7, i said i only got 2 drinks and asked her to check the price.
    she never even looked back at the till and said all drinks are £3.50 each.

    pure day light robbery but to put it into context, i got to see my fav. band and 2 other good bands for free, so i thought they must of been filtering in the price of the band into the drinks.

    so be aware people if your going there take a hip flask:rolleyes:
  • when i wos on wrk experience at the bbc they gav me a list of sites with free tickets for shows:

    more info at and search tickets = longer list of ticket websites

    and all free
  • I've used a few times. When unsuccessful with an application they've always offered priority tickets for a later date where possible. Have recently seen Green Green Grass and next week it's the Paul O'Grady Show. I live in Gloucester so there's no problem with getting tickets outside of London.

    As Button16 pointed out you have to get to the studios really early for some shows otherwise it fills up really quick. This is because studios issue more tickets than there are seats knowing that some people won't turn up, a bit like airlines. Went to a recording of the Jim Davison's Generation Game a few years ago and the studio was half empty due to an England world cup qualifier being screened live on TV. Jim was fuming.
  • I'm not sure where to get tickets from ( i'm sure someone will know ) but Jeremy Kyle is filmed in manchester. I know for a fact that they are currently filming a new series as a researcher has just phoned me to ask if I wanted last minute tickets for tommorrows recording. I had to say no as I cant get a babysitter, but I have been to one before and it was good fun. Also, when Jeremy stops recording this series, it's quite possible that Jerry Springer records his then as thats what normally happens.
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    Recording of the 7th Series of 'Comedy Store' - email this address for free tickets to the london comedy store shows on

    or send a stamped, self addressed envelope to: Comedy Store, PO Box 21042, London N1 1WZ.

    max 4 tickets per household.

    For free tickets to see the show that brought you Peter Kay, Rich Hall, Jeff Green, Phill Jupitus and may more,

    Recordings take place at 7pm on Mondays 2nd, 9th, 16 & 23rd October, and Monday 6th November. Tickets are limited to 4 per application.

    state the date of the show you prefer
  • we actually have tickets for Top Gear for next week which we got through the Applause store in Bluewater. but now Richard has had an accident and they haven't told us if the show is on or not.
    we were warned to turn up early to get in. BUT NOT by the people on the Applause desk, just hearing it from others. and there was a warning in the ticket information to say we might not get in.
    So be warned.

    BUT if they KNOW how many tickets they are giving out then surely they should have a place for us all.!!!!!±!

    Seems they are like the airlines and overbook. Can you imagine that happening at an ordinary theatre though.( OK I know the tickets are paid for there. )but if people are travelling many miles they should restrict how many they give out and have some on a reserve list which can be done at the time of booking, i.e. you should be able to say you can go at short notice.

    Not sure how it would work but that is what the mobile telephone is for Isn't it. so people can be contacted at short notice. After all the tv people can tell quite quickly if they are going to fill the seating or not by the queue, giving a time to be there, if you are late you lose your seat and a reserve can have it.

    Or is that too complicated.

    I really hope Richard recovers well, whether or not we get to see the show.
    He seems to be doing well. Is that down to the safety equipment within the cars now? Thank goodness for it.


    must start recording how much my doubles bottle gets in it. loose change goes in and £2.00 coins but not £1.00 ones.
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