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The Blame Game returns to Ballymena

BBC NI The Blame Game studio with panelists

Fancy being part of the audience for a radio recording of The Blame Game?

The Blame Game is one of BBC Northern Irelands most popular shows and it returns to The Braid Arts & Civic Centre on October 26th to record the first in the new series on BBC Radio Ulster/BBC Sounds.

Regular panellists Tim McGarry, Colin Murphy, Diona Doherty and Neil Delamere will be joined by a special guest as they cast a satirical eye over what’s been going wrong with the world and telling us who is to blame.

They’ll also be looking for comedy targets in Ballymena and the surrounding area! You can expect topical and sometimes edgy humour that pushes the boundaries, challenges authority and makes life seem a little brighter.

Tickets to the Blame Game in The Braid will be restricted to four tickets per applicant and will be allocated on a first-come first-served basis from The Braid Box Office. Admission to the Blame Game recording is limited to those over 18yrs. Please remember that all ticket holders and their guests must bring valid photo ID. Copies of ID, or ID that has expired, are not acceptable.

Please note that admission on the night is not guaranteed, even with a ticket. Admission will be on a first-come first-served basis until the theatre is full – thereafter no further ticket holders will be admitted.

Doors open: 6pm

Doors close: 6:30pm

Recording starts: 7pm

The Blame Game is a Moondog Production for BBC Northern Ireland.

Tickets Available via the Braid Box Office on 028 25635077 or ONLINE HERE.


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