Generally you get put into a queue and when it's your turn you have a list of all of the available shows and an allotted amount of time to buy tickets to the ones you want. Last time I went, they had a traffic light system on the shows so you would know how likely getting a ticket would be for each. It's significantly easier, and cheaper, to get tickets to the rehearsals, but it's exactly the same show and honestly the fake votes are high key more entertaining than the actual ones.
I'm more concerned about accommodation. Hotels and rentals in the UK are expensive as it is and I'm not paying premium to stay in the outskirts of Liverpool...
Yeah I'm hoping/assuming if Glasgow gets it there will be trains and buses leaving the city after 11 so I can stay in Edinburgh with my sister!
I can tell you that the last train leaves Queen Street at 2345 and the first one in the morning is at 0600. Not sure how often the 900 runs during the night.Not entirely sure about trains but there are buses every hour during the night that are going to Edinburgh (as well as Edinburgh Airport).
Family Shows rarely ever sell out and they're a lot cheaper. In Turin they were about half-full, and even the jury semis had some empty seats.
Was talking to my family and our bets were on Liverpool due to the musical heritage and Cilla Black connection.
Plus 2023 will be 60s years since the Beatles first hit so surely a Paul McCartney feat Ukrainian Musicians half time show is a no brainer.
Did that in 2018 and 2021 and was perfect yes!Seeing the family show in the afternoon and watching the actual show on TV sounds perfect really
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