Studio audience ticket update

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  1. RedDwarffan2982

    RedDwarffan2982 First Technician

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    One more question, does anyone know if we need ID with us? (not for age, I'm just thinking they may need to check your identity matches the name on the ticket)
     
  2. Stephen

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    As long as the number of people there matches the number of people specified on the eticket you should be fine ;-)
     
  3. RedDwarffan2982

    RedDwarffan2982 First Technician

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    Ah cool, thank you :-)
     
  4. KingR76

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    Just seen that Ed Moore is currently having issues getting to Shepperton today (luckily they're only rehearsing) apparently theres closed lanes just between the M40 and M4 junctions on the M25.

    Its taking him over 2 hour 15 minutes. So for everyone travelling tomorrow (I know it doesnt really need to be said but I will say it anyways because I'm caring like that) leave earlier just in case theres still issues on the motorways.
     
  5. SoundableObject

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    It seems it was just a temporary mistake (someone left a sign on so lanes merged when they needn't) but of course it is always good to prepare for the worst and the only risk you are taking is arriving a couple of hours early!
     
  6. KingR76

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    Its nice to see what they look like isnt it.

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  7. supercat

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    They better be comfie... with lots of leg room!
     
  8. KingR76

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    I'm not really that bothered if they are comfie am just glad we're going to be sitting in them. Although I'm quite tall so leg room isn't that important but would he nice if there was.
     
  9. supercat

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    I get back ache easily.
     
  10. KingR76

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    That's not good, hopefully tomorrow there will be news on how comfie they are
     
  11. RedDwarffan2982

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    Today's the day, hope all those going tonight enjoy themseleves, this was the night I originally signed up for but I'm not too bothered now I've got tickets anyway.

    Let us know if it's a good'un (no spoilers obviously)
     
  12. Bluey

    Bluey Science Officer

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    I'd be interested to hear about all your experiences of being part of the studio audience, but, yes, no spoilers please.
     
  13. nicky_j

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    Me too. I also get really painful knees if I don't have enough leg room. I need room to stretch out. I'll have to try and sit on the end of a row.
     
  14. supercat

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    Yeh, good idea. I have been to see a couple of Shakespeare plays in the last year or so. Plays which go beyond the 3 hours mark... I was in agony! Still nice to see the likes of Dominic West and John Simm up close :-)
     
  15. KingR76

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    I'm hoping (as if I actually need to) that everyone today has a Smegging Epic time. Enjoy yourselves :-)
     
  16. nicky_j

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    I'd be in agony after 3 hours too. So I'm hoping for plenty of leg room tonight if we're going to be in there 4 and a half hours. I suppose they might let us get up between scenes. I hope so anyway.
     
  17. nicky_j

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    Thanks, I'm sure we will :-D I can't decide what time to go and queue. I know some people are going as early as 3, which is a long time to be stood outside. But so far the weather is pretty decent. It was very wet and windy this morning but the sun has come out now, its just really cold. So it might be worth me going early afterall. But I can't decide.
     
  18. SoundableObject

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    The picture on the news page looks like they have a fair bit of room.

    Hope everyone going has a great time!
     
  19. talkie3000

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    jeez stop worrying about seating, starting to sound like a bunch of stuck up fans, you been given a privilege here but you are to busy worrying about if the seats with be comfortable and spacey? i aint sure there is a 1st class system here ;-)

    i dont think that was a big deal in the early 90s during series 1-6 + 8
     
  20. supercat

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    Shush you! We're having an adult conversation... sheesh! Where's Harry when you need him?
     

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