Big Brother is back on our televisions for the first time in five years, and while it has relocated to ITV and has new hosts in the form of AJ Odudu and Will Best, some aspects of the programme remain the same.
We’re still getting plenty of drama, including an epic salmon fight in the first 48 hours, and we’re getting to witness the housemates nominate each other for eviction within the confines of the diary room.
Farida was the first of this year’s housemates to be evicted, and we can anticipate many more to follow in the coming weeks, with the unhappy housemates ready to be met by a cheering – or, in some tragic circumstances, booing – audience as they exit the house and return to the real world.
How can you acquire tickets to an eviction night show – or even this year’s weekly spin-off Big Brother: Late and Live – if you want to be in the audience?
We have all of the information you require.
How to get tickets for the Big Brother live eviction
Tickets are available for the Big Brother live eviction shows via Applause Store.
You may currently register your interest on the site to obtain seats for the next eviction show, which takes place on Friday, October 20th.
However, you should act quickly because availability for the date is already restricted.
Tickets are picked at random, therefore not everyone who applies will be successful.
If you are fortunate, an e-ticket will be issued to your email address no later than 24 hours before transmission.
The studio is in London NW10, next to Harlesden tube station, and audience members must be 18 or older.
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How to get tickets for Big Brother: Late and Live
Big Brother: Late and Live tickets are once again available via the Applause Store.
However, each event has just 40 audience seats available, and all shows are completely booked for the next two weeks.
The first show to be available is now Thursday, November 2 – however more are expected to be added in the following weeks as the series proceeds.
If you’re interested in attending a show you can register at the website for a chance of getting tickets.
Once again the show is filmed in NW10, with audience members asked to arrive for 7.30pm.
Big Brother continues on ITV2 on Sunday night at 9pm.
Source My Celebrity Life.