The award winning radio show ‘I’m Sorry I Haven’t A Clue’ is to stage a recording at the Lowry tonight, with tickets still available.
The ‘antidote to panel games’ will be recording as part of its 75th series, which will be broadcast later on BBC Radio 4.
It promises to be a fun-filled evening for anyone that attends the recording, which gets underway at 19:30 and lasts until around 22:30.
The show involves two teams with two comedians that are ‘given silly things to do’ challenges by the Chairman, Jack Dee, and involves plenty of light hearted humour and fun.
Previous panelists include comedians Graeme Garden and Barry Cryer, although it is unknown who will be on the panel tonight.
In 2020 the programme was voted the greatest radio comedy of all time by a panel convened by the Radio Times.
There is still an opportunity for people to get tickets to attend the recording, they can be found following this link.
Seats cost just £10 although anyone attending must either prove they’ve been double jabbed or prove that they have a negative lateral flow test from the last 48 hours.