Apologies for the disappointment, but it has been decided that any tickets that we are able obtain should be given to those who fell victim to the Odeon’s double-booking error, which has left fans without tickets for Thursday’s UK & Europe premiere.
Sadly, there is an insufficient supply of spares and no returns in circulation, so we cannot help in the way in which we intervened during the Royal Albert Hall shows last year, for example.
Presently, this contest is only raising people’s hopes (especially when some clearly don’t read more than a few words beyond tickets and grabs).
So, regrettably, I have no Leicester Square tickets for you. Please don’t put your name down for non-existent tickets.
If I can help, I will contact you tomorrow, but I make no guarantees.
There are still tickets available for the North American premiere in Brixton on Saturday 15 September, however. This will be much the same as Leicester Square, with a live performance and Q&A, only in a smaller setting.
If you’d like tickets for The Ritzy, please click here.
Following on from last week’s Ritzy give-away, I now have some tickets for Leicester Square up for grabs. How many, I don’t know. However, if you were unable to purchase tickets, or if you were one of the unfortunate souls caught up in the Odeon’s double-booking error, do let us know and I’ll see what I can do to help. As before, all I ask is that you tell me your full name and full address, as well as your guest’s.
Don’t forget that there is a pre-show fan get-together arranged at the Imperial pub on Leicester Street from 5PM (UK) on Thursday. Everyone is welcome, so why not call in for a quick drink?
There are still some tickets left for the Ritzy, too. I’ll let you know who gets them just as soon as our allocation has gone.
Last, but certainly not least, I’d like to thank you all for sending in a question for David. There were so many good ones to choose from, it really wasn’t easy whittling the list down. However, whittled it, I did, and I have now contacted the senders of my favourite 20 questions: ten for each premiere.
I have also sworn them all to secrecy to keep an element of surprise; although, as I keep stressing, there is no guarantee that all 20 will be used, so we’re all in for a surprise.
If you did not receive e-mail notification on Thursday (UK & Europe) or today (North America), then, regrettably, your question was not selected. However, I hope you will enjoy David’s answers to the questions that did make it through, and are sure that you’ll all enjoy the premieres on Thursday 6 September (Europe) and Saturday 15 September (North America).