The Blame Game comes to The McNeill Theatre, Larne!
The Blame Game remains one of BBC Northern Irelands most popular shows and it is returning to local TV and radio.
Regular panellists – Tim McGarry, Colin Murphy, Diona Doherty and Neil Delamere will be casting a satirical eye over what’s being going wrong in the world and telling us who is to blame. And they will be joined by visiting comedians with their own take on the people and events which are making the news at home and abroad. You can expect topical and sometimes edgy humour that pushes the boundaries, challenges authority and makes life seem a little bit brighter.
We know that there’s always a high level of demand for Blame Game tickets. These will be restricted to four per applicant and will be allocated on a first come first serve basis at the theatre Box Office. In order to maximise the opportunity for as many people as possible to attend, successful applicants will only be allocated tickets for one show at the theatre.
The Blame Game is a Moondog Production for BBC Northern Ireland
COVID guidance and regulations
Please note whatever regulations are in place on the date of the event will be followed.
This will include proof of vaccination or a negative Lateral Flow Test for attendance at shows taking place after 13 December 2021.
The wearing of a face covering remains a legal requirement for customers age 13+. We will be providing face coverings (masks) to members of the public when they arrive for the recordings.
Other mitigation include:
- Hand Sanitizing Stations throughout the venue,
- Social distancing measures
- Paperless ticketing
- Enhanced cleaning regimes
It is strongly recommended that anyone attending the event should take a Lateral Flow Device test (LFD) no more than 24 hours before they attend and on days two and eight after the event. If you have any signs or symptoms or feel unwell, you should not attend and should follow the advice found at the NI Direct website.
Thu 16th December 2021