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Free tickets

To TV and radio recordings

You can see some of Britain's finest comedy talents for free at the recording of TV and radio shows - as well as getting a sneak peak at forthcoming programmes.

Tickets are now available for the following shows. Please note that you should apply for tickets by clicking the links in the copy (either in blue or underlined). Do not email Chortle – we have nothing to do with these recordings and will not respond to any emails about them.

Bring It On

David Mitchell is piloting a new panel show, based on items the audience bring along to the studio.

A run-through of the format will feature Hugh Dennis, Tom Allen and Angela Barnes as the panellists.

The aim is to talk about ‘everything from regrettable impulse buys to embarrassing family photos, inappropriate gifts to toe-curling teenage love letters or even baffling family heirlooms to hideous items of clothing’.

And producers say the format ‘combines the curiosity of the Antiques Roadshow with the spontaneous wit of Mock The Week’.

It is not yet known if a broadcaster is attached, or whether the show is in speculative development.

The trial episode will be recorded on July 25 at the Leicester Square Theatre in London. Free audience tickets are available from Standing Room Only.

Harry Hill 's Tea Time

Join Harry Hill and a host of star names and comedy characters as Sky One's Harry Hill’s Tea Time returns.

Guests currently scheduled to appear on series 2 include: Sanjeev Bhaskar, Greg Wallace, Hugh Fearnley Whittingstall, Twiggy, Kate Humble and Jenny Agutter and Eastenders star Jessie Wallace.

The show records from June 19 to July 14 at Sky Studios in Osterley, West London.

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Published: 27 Jun 2006

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