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BBC Northern Ireland
The Blame Game returns!
The Blame Game remains one of our most popular BBC recordings in Northern Ireland… and it’s coming back to local television and radio.
Our regular panellists - Tim McGarry, Colin Murphy, Jake O’Kane and Neil Delamere - will be casting a satirical eye over what’s been going wrong with the world and telling us who is to blame. And they will be joined by visiting comedians with their own take on people and events in the news.
You can expect topical and sometimes edgy humour that pushes boundaries, challenges authority and makes life seem a little brighter.
We know that there’s always a high level of demand for Blame Game tickets. These will be restricted to two per applicant.
Tickets will be allocated by random draw.
You can register at any time until 10pm on Wednesday 23 October.
In order to maximise the opportunity for as many different people as possible to attend, successful applicants will only be allocated tickets for one show in this series.
The Blame Game is a Moondog Production for BBC Northern Ireland.
Tickets are strictly non-transferable. Photographic proof of ID must be shown. If you cannot provide this proof you will be refused entry. If your photo ID does not match the name on the ticket you will not be admitted. If you request two tickets because you are taking a guest along, that person will only be allowed in if they are accompanied by you.
Please take a look at our FAQ to see what type of photo ID is acceptable.
Admission is on a first-come, first-served basis. Please note that as not everyone who asks for tickets uses them, to make sure we have a full house we send out more tickets than there are places. We do our best to get the numbers right, but unfortunately we occasionally have to disappoint people so please arrive early.
All information is correct at time of publication.
62-66 Great Victoria Street, Belfast, BT2 7BZ
On street car parking available outside venue and in surrounding streets. NCP multi-storey car park 1/2 mile from venue. Limited Blue Badge Parking is available at the venue.
Citybus provides a regular local service to all parts of the Belfast area.
Citybus enquiries 028 90 246 485.
Ulsterbus serves the rest of the Province and can be boarded at depots in the Europa Bus Centre, Glengall Street and the Laganside Bus Centre.
Ulsterbus enquiries 028 90 333 000
Trains run regularly between Belfast and Dublin. Journey time is approximately 2 hours 10 minutes.
Belfast Central Station:
North to Londonderry, north-east to the port of Larne, east to Bangor and south to Dublin.
Citybus Citylink Service 100:
Provides a link between all main bus and rail stations in Belfast; Central, Europa, Great Victoria Street and Laganside.
Wheelchair access is available at this venue but no induction loop. There is a cloakroom but this cannot hold any large bags.
The Island, Lagan Valley Island, Lisburn, BT27 4RL
The City of Lisburn is located just off the M1 Motorway and the A1 main arterial route connecting Belfast to Dublin. There are over 300 free car parking spaces at Lagan Valley Island.
Translink operate regular Ulsterbus services to and from Lisburn City, serving all main towns and villages. For an up-to-date timetable and Journeyplanner log onto www.translink.co.uk/atulsterbus.asp or, alternatively phone Translink Call Centre T: 028 90 66 66 30 (seven days - 7am to 8pm).
Most convenient bus stops to Lagan Valley Island are within 5 mins walking distance at Wallace Park & Market Square.
Translink operate regular NIR Rail services to and from Lisburn City. For an up-to-date timetable and Journey Planner log onto www.translink.co.uk/nir.asp or, alternatively phone Translink Call Centre T: 028 90 66 66 30 (seven days - 7am to 8pm).
At the entrance to Island Arts Centre there are 13 car parking spaces with 5 dedicated spaces for patrons with limited mobility and 2 spaces for parent/baby parking. A further 10 dedicated parking spaces are reserved next to the main Civic Centre approach for drivers with limited mobility. Wheelchair access is possible to all auditoria and workshop spaces (we regret this excludes the Dark Room) in the venue.