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. When booking by e-mail, please state which show you wish to attend, the date and the number of tickets you require (four is usually the maximum) as well as your full name, address and daytime telephone number. Sometimes shows have minimum age limits, so check if in doubt.

Please note that you should apply for tickets by clicking the links in the copy. Do not email Chortle, we have nothing to do with these recordings and will not respond to any emails about them.

Tommy Tiernan

Tommy Tiernan records a night of stand-up for Radio 2 at the BBC Radio Theatre in central London, from 7.15pm on April 30.

Tickets from the BBC tickets website.

Men About The House

A new sitcom pilot from Father Ted writer Arthur Mathews. Set in the female dominated House of Commons, the seat of power in the alternative world of a matriarchal society, Men About The House explores what it would be like if the roles of men and women in society were reversed.

Recording at the BBC Radio Theatre in central London, from 7.15pm on April 23.

Tickets from the BBC tickets website.

Dave Gorman: Modern Life Is Goodish

Free tickets are now available to be in the audience for series two of Dave Gorman: Modern Life Is Goodish. Using his trademark blend of stand-up and documentary comedy, Dave will once again share his observations and frustrations on a wide range of modern world phenomena.

Recording at the Tabernacle in West London, on June 7 and 25, July 16 and August 3

Tickets from the


Starring Frankie Boyle, Miles Jupp, Isy Suttie, Craig Campbell and Adam Hess. Written by Andrew Collins and Simon Day.

Come and be in an exclusive read-through for Wildlife, a new comedy about a five-person nature documentary crew out in the field.

As if capturing footage of the rare Eurasian wolf in the forests of Bergslagen, Sweden, isn't difficult enough, they also have to film a 'making-of' featurette and refrain from killing each other.

Read-through at the Tabard Theatre in Chiswick, West London, at 2pm on April 25.

Tickets from the

The Guns of Adam Riches

Adam Riches returns with a second series of character flavoured laughs. And, as usual, he will be joined by a host of unwitting and occasionally unwilling audience co-stars.

The show will be recorded at the BBC Radio Theatre in Broadcasting House, Central London, on May 2,9 and 20. Tickets from the BBC tickets website.

Posted: 27 Jun 2006

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