BBC Question Time will be recorded in Stratford this week and the team is looking for audience members.
The political debate show, with presenter Fiona Bruce at the helm, will be broadcast from an as yet undisclosed location in the town and opinionated residents are being called on to take their seats in the audience, get involved in the debates, and maybe even quiz the panel on Thursday (June 23rd).
The show’s production team has said no venue has yet been confirmed. But when the show last took place in the town back in 2016, filming took place at the Play House in Rother Street.
Anyone who would like to secure themselves a seat on set should go to the BBC Question Time website and click on audience participation or call 01299 829299. Admission is by ticket only and are available to people in Stratford and the surrounding area that have not been on Question Time in the past 10 years. All audience members must be over 16-years-old.
But the production team has warned that shows are usually oversubscribed and urged people to apply as soon as possible.
Those lucky enough to grab a ticket should arrive between 6pm and 6.30pm and the BBC is expected to depart at 9.30pm.