Visiting a different part of the country each week, Any Questions? provides an opportunity for anyone over the age of 14 to challenge politicians, policy makers, writers and thinkers. High profile panellists (to be announced closer to the date) will answer questions from the public on Friday 9 March 2018 at Falmouth University’s Penryn Campus. Jonathan Dimbleby presents and chairs the political debate and discussion.
Tickets for audience members have now all been allocated.
Doors will open at 18.00, with the show broadcast live from 20.02 until 20.49. There will be no admittance after 19.25
Information for audience members
Please note this information is compiled in accordance with BBC Radio 4’s programme guidelines.
The recording is at Falmouth University’s Penryn campus, in the Chapel Lecture Theatre. Directions can be found on our How to Find Us page
There is no charge for admission but ticket numbers are limited and allocated on a “first come, first served” basis.
Admission is by ticket only. Please also bring photo ID with proof of age as the minimum age for audience members is 14.
If you have any special access or other requirements please let the event organisers know when you request a ticket.
Tickets will be posted to audience members approximately 10 days before the event. Tickets are not transferable. If you are unable to attend please let the Event team know by contacting them on 01326 370 474 or email@example.com so that your place can be redistributed.
You can submit questions on arrival. The BBC production team will decide which questions will be put to the panel.
Questions cannot be put by proxy; each questioner must be present in the hall for their question to be included.
You may arrive from 18.00 and wait in the Lower Stannary for the hall to open. Refreshments will be available to buy. Please arrive no later than 18.45 to ensure entry.
Audience members must be seated by 19.15. No late entries allowed due to the live recording of the programme. The recording ends at 20.50 and audience members will not be permitted to enter or leave during the recording.
No food or drink is allowed in the hall.
The event organisers reserve the right to refuse entry if audience members arrive late, or for any reason related to the safe and smooth running of the event.
You may be included in any official photographs taken at the programme but personal photography is not permitted.
You can tweet via #bbcaq and follow @FalmouthUni.