THE Royal Variety Performance has entertained the Royal family, as well as the British public since 1912 and the 2019 show is set to be a corker.
Tickets for the annual extravaganza tend to sell out quickly – so here’s everything you need to know about getting your hands on the much-coveted tickets and whether you can attend the famous after show party…
How much are tickets to the Royal Variety Performance?
Tickets are available to buy through the official Royal Variety Performance website here.
They range from £70 in the Upper Circle to £420 in the stalls and Royal Circle.
Combined tickets for the show and aftershow which was held at the Grosvenor House Hotel on London’s Park Lane are also available.
Though these will set you back a cool £595 and there are also tickets for the ‘Aftershow’ and ‘Aftershow party’.
Visit https://store.royalvarietycharity.org for more information.
Can I go to the after show party and banquet?
One of the entertainment industry’s most exclusive events is open to the public.
Tickets to the aftershow party and banquet cost £185.
Meanwhile, tickets to the show and aftershow party/banquet cost £595.
The lineup of the talent to be showcased at this year’s show will be kept under wraps until nearer the event.
However, we always know one definite performer early on – the winner of Britain’s Got Talent 2019 will definitely be appearing.
When is the Royal Variety Performance 2019 and who will host?
The Royal Variety Performance 2019 will take place on Monday, November 18 at the London Palladium Theatre.
The host of the 2019 Royal Variety Performance has not yet been announced.
Greg Davies took on the role last year and the year before that comedian Miranda Hart did the honours.
Since its inception, the Royal Variety Performance has been watched by over 152 million TV viewers worldwide, making it the most successful and longest-running entertainment show in the world.
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Who won Britain’s Got Talent 2019?
Colin Thackery won Britain’s Got Talent’s 2019 edition, subsequently winning a prize of £250,000.
On top of that, Thackery, who wowed the nation with a tribute performance to his late wife Joan.
As he was the winner of the series, Colin will also be performing at this year’s Royal Variety Performance.