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Free tickets to live studio recordings of Top Gear 2017, Motown the Musical etc

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Apply at lostintv.com for free tickets to the live studio recordings of Top Gear, Motown the Musical's Let it Shine performance and many others etc. Live studio recording of Top Gear 2017 at Dunsf…
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1w, 4d agoFound 1 week, 4 days ago
Apply at lostintv.com for free tickets to the live studio recordings of Top Gear, Motown the Musical's Let it Shine performance and many others etc.

Live studio recording of Top Gear 2017 at
Dunsfold Park, Compass Gate, Dunsfold Road, Surrey, GU6 8HY
Wednesday 22nd February - doors open at 1:00pm
Saturday 25th February - doors open at 1:00pm

Live studio recording of Motown the Musical cast (special performance for Let it Shine) at
Elstree Studios, Maxwell Road entrance, Borehamwood,, Hertfordshire, WD6 1JJ
Friday 17th February - doors at 3.00pm

Motown the Musical (http://motownthemusical.co.uk) is currently showing at the West End, however this studio recording is just an hour so it should just be selected songs specially for Let it Shine, and not the full musical. I'm still waiting to hear back about the Top Gear tickets but I applied for the Motown tickets this afternoon and got the e-Ticket confirmation 3 hours later!
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1w, 4d agoFound 1 week, 4 days ago
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10 Likes #1
they couldnt pay me to go to TG now, The grand Tour on the other hand....
#2
OH SIK! .
tickets for taskmaster on the site as well!
2 Likes #3
Be up for Top Gear deffo
#4
I wonder if this will actually result in being part of the audience or like the old Top Gear waiting list which was oversubscribed years in advance.
#5
Thank you I live near Dunsfold and have applied. I've no experience of non guaranteed audience tickets and wondered if anyone has advice as to how long to arrive before start to actually get in?
#6
Correct me if I'm wrong, but from seeing last week's Jersey boys performance on 'let it shine', won't it be a 5-10 minute performance of Motown?
#7
Just a word of warning I've 'applied' for tickets before via lost in tv, for who wants to be a millionaire at elstree studios and arriving 15 mins early there was already a few hundred people in a queue who said they'd been there for an hour, the studio was already full and it was over subscribed. Maybe a one off bad admin experience but I suspect they always over fill to guarantee a good audience.
#8
Ive done audience shows many times and for the more popular shows, you need to be there at least an hour before recording.

Also I applied for Top Gear when Clarkson & co were presenting, and I am sure there was something like a 2-year waiting list as it was so popular.
#9
randomjack
Ive done audience shows many times and for the more popular shows, you need to be there at least an hour before recording.
Also I applied for Top Gear when Clarkson & co were presenting, and I am sure there was something like a 2-year waiting list as it was so popular.
Today you'd be the only one on the list.

Edited By: synasla on Feb 15, 2017 14:04
#10
About 12 years ago I had tickets for Top gear filming. Got to the studio in plenty of time only to be told It was full. I live over 200 miles from Dunsfold. I was not a happy man that day. I wont even try again for tickets.
1 Like #11
Amazing how a show that has used racist statements, insults, misogyny, homophobia and other prejudices and bigotry became so popular.

There again, I guess it sums up the majority of 'elite' Audi and BMW drivers on the roads, a heady cocktail of entitlement mixed with the toff bullish bullying mindset of middle class Britain all mixed and shaken in a car show for overgrown children, disgraceful.
#12
Used to love Top Gear.
The Grand Tour for me now.
1 Like #13
cicobuff
Amazing how a show that has used racist statements, insults, misogyny, homophobia and other prejudices and bigotry became so popular.
There again, I guess it sums up the majority of 'elite' Audi and BMW drivers on the roads, a heady cocktail of entitlement mixed with the toff bullish bullying mindset of middle class Britain all mixed and shaken in a car show for overgrown children, disgraceful.


Do you need a safe place because words hurt?
#14
cicobuff
Amazing how a show that has used racist statements, insults, misogyny, homophobia and other prejudices and bigotry became so popular.
There again, I guess it sums up the majority of 'elite' Audi and BMW drivers on the roads, a heady cocktail of entitlement mixed with the toff bullish bullying mindset of middle class Britain all mixed and shaken in a car show for overgrown children, disgraceful.

Don't watch it then. Just stick to Big Brother and Jeremy Kyle.
#15
I applied and got tickets for Let it Shine in Manchester. I saw that it was not guaranteed entry so didn't chance it ....gutted!
#16
Silverbullet767
cicobuff
Amazing how a show that has used racist statements, insults, misogyny, homophobia and other prejudices and bigotry became so popular.
There again, I guess it sums up the majority of 'elite' Audi and BMW drivers on the roads, a heady cocktail of entitlement mixed with the toff bullish bullying mindset of middle class Britain all mixed and shaken in a car show for overgrown children, disgraceful.
Do you need a safe place because words hurt?

Not at all, just don't understand quips at people through bigotry. It's not big, funny or clever.

Edited By: cicobuff on Feb 15, 2017 19:50
#17
androoski
cicobuff
Amazing how a show that has used racist statements, insults, misogyny, homophobia and other prejudices and bigotry became so popular.
There again, I guess it sums up the majority of 'elite' Audi and BMW drivers on the roads, a heady cocktail of entitlement mixed with the toff bullish bullying mindset of middle class Britain all mixed and shaken in a car show for overgrown children, disgraceful.
Don't watch it then. Just stick to Big Brother and Jeremy Kyle.

If you think all there is is two ends of the spectrum, middle class Britain elitists or chavs and nothing in between then well....there is no hope.

Ironically the appeal of such right wing humour appeals to both, take a look at Roy Chubby Brown and Jeremy Clarkson.

Edited By: cicobuff on Feb 15, 2017 19:58
1 Like #18
[quote=cicobuff]Amazing how a show that has used racist statements, insults, misogyny, homophobia and other prejudices and bigotry became so popular.
There again, I guess it sums up the majority of 'elite' Audi and BMW drivers on the roads, a heady cocktail of entitlement mixed with the toff bullish bullying mindset of middle class Britain all mixed and shaken in a car show for overgrown children, disgraceful.[quote]

What a stupid comment. You slate a great show for insults etc. Then you do the same when referring to Audi and BMW drivers. One word for you is hypocrite. I drive an Audi and Peugeot, so how does that fit into you small minded illogical stereotypical world.
#19
[quote=royals][quote=cicobuff]Amazing how a show that has used racist statements, insults, misogyny, homophobia and other prejudices and bigotry became so popular.
There again, I guess it sums up the majority of 'elite' Audi and BMW drivers on the roads, a heady cocktail of entitlement mixed with the toff bullish bullying mindset of middle class Britain all mixed and shaken in a car show for overgrown children, disgraceful.

What a stupid comment. You slate a great show for insults etc. Then you do the same when referring to Audi and BMW drivers. One word for you is hypocrite. I drive an Audi and Peugeot, so how does that fit into you small minded illogical stereotypical world.

Thing is it is not a stereotype, it is a fact.... when I am on my motorcycle or in my wifes car you can guarantee that the majority of road 'entitlement' users that cut you up, break speed limits, 'forget' to signal when lane changing etc are 'elitest' attitude Audi, BMW etc drivers.

As for slating a great show? What is great about childish antics with narrow minded bigoted humour that lacks any form of wit and intelligence?

Edited By: cicobuff on Feb 15, 2017 23:13
#20
New dates for TG:
Wednesday 22nd February - doors open at 1:00pm
Wednesday 22nd March - doors open at 1:00pm

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