The Greatest Dancer tickets: How to be in the audience on Saturday nights

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Here's how to get The Greatest Dancer tickets to be in the audience on Saturday nights.

The Greatest Dancer, the BBC's new dance talent contest, is currently airing live on Saturday evenings.

And you can be in the audience watching all the performances live and cheering on the acts.

The Greatest Dancer tickets

The Greatest Dancer is filmed at LH2 Studios near Acton, West London.

The Greatest Dancer 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 12 years. Anyone who is aged between 12-17 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 Britain's Got Talent and X Factor.

The Greatest Dancer's live shows will see the acts take on a different challenge each week to incorporate into their routine, to prove that they could be the Greatest Dancer.

But only one can be crowned The Greatest Dancer and win £50,000 and perform on the Strictly Come Dancing stage.

Each of The Greatest Dancer captains - Cheryl, Oti Mabuse and Matthew Morrison - has a team of talented performers.

Cheryl's team is made up of all girl dance group Dan Bates Collective, duo Harry & Eleiyah and four piece street group Frobacks.

Matthew's squad includes commercial-contemporary fusion dance group Company Jinks, teenage dance duo James & Oliver and street crew Prospects Fraternity.

Finally, Oti's line up is made up of Latin formation group KLA, 14-year-old contemporary solo dancer Ellie and drag act Globe Girls.

Alesha Dixon and Jordan Banjo are presenting the show once more.

If you can't get tickets, you can watch The Greatest Dancer's new series on Saturday nights on BBC One.

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