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Welshpool to host Antiques Road Show

Created on 23/04/2022 @ 21:52

History will be made when the Antiques Roadshow comes to Welshpool this summer, the first time that the show will be a ticketed event in its long and illustrious history.

Fiona Bruce and her BBC team will be filming at Powis Castle and Garden on July 19 and details have been released on how you can book your spot.

For more than four decades the Antiques Roadshow has remained one of the most popular factual programmes on BBC One with some six million people regularly tuning in on a Sunday evening.

The production team is now looking for people to share their stories and apply to bring an item along with them to be valued by their experts. It’s open to everyone, and if your item is selected you'll be automatically allocated tickets in order to come along on the day.

What you need to know about visiting the Antiques Roadshow

Over the last two years, the Roadshow has continued filming with strict safety measures and a small, invited audience, but this year the programme will be opening its doors to ticketed guests.

How the tickets work 

  • There is no charge to attend the Antiques Roadshow but you must have a ticket.
  • Successful applicants will receive their tickets 4-6 weeks ahead of the event date.
  • You can choose from a morning or afternoon arrival time, the morning session begins at 9am, and the afternoon session at 1pm. 
  • People of all ages are welcome, however please note anyone under the age of 18 must be accompanied by a parent or guardian over the age of 18.
  • Ahead of the event day they will send out a more detailed FAQ document with information about everything to expect on the day.

You can apply for tickets here


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