Advantages audience at auditions, good presenters, good range of talents
Disadvantages can be long winded between acts
I thought i'd write a review on this programme as I was lucky enough (some would not think that way though!) to actually go and see this being filmed for last years show and was sat in the audience during one of the days of manchester auditions. I was offered tckets again this year but unfortunately could not go due to work. However the concept is the same for the audience side of things every year so I will cover this as well as the actual show.
However, back to this show!
We received our tickets for the Manchester show, which was being filmed at the Apollo. It is worth knowing that if you do sign up and start to get tickets for shows you should still arrive at the venue in plenty of time as you still have to queue to get in and they normally over distribute the tickets as there is always people who don't turn up - I personally have never had a problem getting in but also the earlier you are the nearer you are to the front of the queue to be closer to the stage etc. It is really a relatively small venue at the Apollo and it is set out in theatre style so you have a good which of the stage no matter where you are sat. We were lucky enough to be quite near the front on so we had a really good view of the acts performing. The judges table was set up in the middle section of the ground level of the theatre.
Judges and presenters:
The presenters for the show were Ant and Dec. I couldn't think of a better duo to do this show as they bring their own cheekyness to it! We didn't see them a lot as they were doing a lot of the filming of the interviews before the acts going on and then the post performance interviews, all in the back stage area. However, where we were sat, we could see around the side and they were always filming next to the stage so even though officially they didn't come out a lot, myself and my group could see them watching the acts perform and doing some of their little interviews. They were really nice too, as when they did come out on stage they were laughing and joking but it wasn't being filmed so it was done in a really down to earth way and at the end of the whole thing, the audience were shouting for them so they came back out to let people take photos of them.
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