Dancing On Ice 2019 tickets: How to be in the audience on Sunday nights

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Here's how to get Dancing On Ice tickets to be in the audience on Sunday nights.

Dancing On Ice's brand new series kicked is back, airing live on Sunday evenings on ITV.

And you can be in the audience cheering on the celebs and booing Jason Gardiner.

Dancing On Ice tickets

Dancing On Ice is filmed in a custom studio at Bovingdon Airfield, near Hemel Hempstead in Hertfordshire, north of London.

Dancing On Ice tickets are available for free but there is a random draw to decide who gets them. To be in the chance of sitting in the studio, tickets can be requested from SRO Audiences.

The minimum age for the show is 14 years. Anyone who is aged between 14-17 must be accompanied by an adult aged 18 or over. Remember that tickets are FREE but are in high demand, so good luck!

You can also apply for tickets for other shows including The Voice and Graham Norton.

Dancing On Ice typically airs for ten weeks, with episodes running through to March.

A total of 12 all star contestants are on the lie up for 2019.

The competing celebrities on the Dancing On Ice cast include reality star Gemma Collins, Coronation Street actress Jane Danson, Loose Women’s Saira Khan, X Factor singer Saara Aaalto, Grease legend Didi Conn and Pussycat Dolls singer Melody Thornton,

Joining them are former Strictly pro James Jordan, singer and presenter Brian McFadden, actor and comedian Richard Blackwood, cricketer Ryan Sidebottom, Love Island's Wes Nelson and Neighbours actor Mark Little.

The celebrities have been paired with professional partners, and their quest for success is overseen by skating legends Torvill and Dean, who head up the judging panel. They'll be joined by Ashley Banjo and Jason Gardiner in giving out scores each week.

Phillip Schofield and Holly Willoughby are presenting the show once more.

If you can't get tickets, you can watch Dancing On Ice's new series on Sunday nights at 6PM on ITV.

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