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Richard Osman’s House of Games Night

Location

BBC Scotland
Pacific Quay, Glasgow, G51 1DA

How to get to BBC Scotland Getting there: Cessnock (Tube) / Exhibition Centre (Train). For those who are coming by car, there is paid public and disabled parking at Glasgow Science Centre (a short walk from the studio).
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Richard Osman’s House of Games Night is back for another series and this time he’s inviting you to come and join the fun. The show is packed full of entertaining games, competitive celebrities and we even have a house band!
 
We’re looking for audience members to join us at our Glasgow home in July. So come along to the House of Games and see our celebrities go head to head to win our trophy and the glory of being a House of Games Night champion.


Admittance is only for those aged 18 and over.

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Although shows for the regular audience are now fully booked, you can still have the opportunity to be an audience member and potentially take part in some of our games by applying here :- https://houseofgames.tv/

IMPORTANT – Please note:

Under current Scottish Government guidelines indoor performance venues are able to operate in Glasgow. Please note that if any changes are made to these guidelines, we will have to react accordingly and may be required to cancel audience tickets. We will alert ticketholders to any cancellations at the earliest opportunity.



Covid secure measures are in place in accordance with Scottish government guidelines, including temperature checks for all audience members on arrival.

The ticket-holder must attend only with a member of their own household.

To comply with social distancing our studio seating has been arranged to accommodate pairs of ticket-holders sitting together. Unfortunately anyone arriving in a single party will be placed on a standby list for admittance, as we will be prioritising ticket-holders who are in a group of two. This is to maximise the seating available to us in the studio.

Audience seating will be arranged to comply with social distancing. Masks must be worn.

While the the production company, its servants, agents or associates shall adhere to the health and safety legislation in regard to COVID-19 in order to minimise risk of exposure to COVID-19, there remains a possibility that ticket holders may come into direct or indirect contact with COVID-19. You and those are therefore asked to consider both your own medical health (and any specific risks associated with COVID-19)and the health of those in your household or others with whom you may come into contact with. By attending filming of the programme you will be deemed to have read and understood all information provided by the the production company, its servants, agents or associates in connection with COVID-19 and ticket holders’ health and safety at the filming of the programme and to have accepted the risks associated therewith.



A ticket is not a guarantee of entry and we advise arriving earlier than the door opening times to secure your admission.

Location

BBC Scotland
Pacific Quay, Glasgow, G51 1DA

How to get to BBC Scotland Getting there: Cessnock (Tube) / Exhibition Centre (Train). For those who are coming by car, there is paid public and disabled parking at Glasgow Science Centre (a short walk from the studio).
Map Maps

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