Royal Variety Performance 2019 tickets on sale now - how to get them!

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Tickets for the Royal Variety Performance 2019 are now available - here's all you need to know.

Once more, the 2019 Royal Variety Performance will come from the iconic London Palladium Theatre, which is hosting the event for the 43rd time.

As always, The Royal Variety Performance promises to be an unforgettable evening of the best UK and international musical performers, extraordinary theatre and brilliant comedy as well as a number of surprises along the way.

Royal Variety Performance date

The Royal Variety Performance 2019 will take place on Monday, November 18 at the London Palladium Theatre.

Royal Variety Charity chairman Giles Cooper said: "We’re delighted to be returning to this iconic venue for what we hope will be both a fantastic fundraiser for the Royal Variety Charity and also a very enjoyable and memorable night of entertainment; in the presence of senior members of the Royal Family.

"The show will then be broadcast throughout the world over the Christmas period."

The show will air on ITV at a later date to be confirmed in due course.

Meanwhile, the host of the 2019 show has yet to be revealed. Past hosts have included Miranda Hart, David Walliams, Jack Whitehall and Michael McIntyre.

Royal Variety Performance tickets

Anyone can buy tickets to the show, which begin at £70. You can also buy tickets to the official after party and banquet at the Intercontinental Hotel on Park Lane, London.

After party tickets cost from £185 individually or from £245 for a ticket to both the Royal Variety Performance and the after party. The after party tickets includes 3 course dinner and wine, as well as a glass of champagne on arrival.

You can purchase Royal Variety tickets from The Royal Variety Charity online.

The line up of acts performing will be confirmed in the coming months.

One of them will be the latest winner of Britain's Got Talent who will scoop a spot on the Royal Variety line up together with a £250,000 cash prize.

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