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Dan and Phil present their new stage show – Interactive Introverts. Two internet dwelling, insecure nerds standing under the spotlight to give the people what they want: an epic interactive experience of rants, roasts, battles, stories and surprises that will make you laugh, cry, cringe and puts the audience in control unlike anything before!
VIP Ticket Information
VIP ticket holders should arrive at 4pm. You will be given a wristband and shown to the meet-up area. All VIPs will meet Dan and Phil and have the opportunity to have one item signed and to take a selfie. Please be aware that there will not be a professional photographer on site, so if you would like a photo, please bring your own camera or phone – also make sure it’s charged and with enough storage!
After you have met Dan and Phil you will be given a gift bag including exclusive VIP tour merchandise. VIP meet-up areas will vary from venue to venue, but where possible a large enough room will be provided in which after meeting Dan and Phil, VIPs can hang out with other, sign the guest book and listen to a special playlist curated by Dan and Phil.
VIPs also get the best seats in the venue to watch the show – usually the front few rows closest to the stage.
Please do not bring any gifts for Dan or Phil because unfortunately they will not be able to transport them home while on tour. Small letters and art are fine. There will be many ways to participate in the show however! Please note you can only gain access to the meet-up with a VIP ticket.
In an effort to combat touting/scalping which unfairly raises ticket prices, no more than 8 tickets can be purchased in any one transaction. Names of the lead ticket holder or purchaser will be also be printed on the tickets in the transaction, so please make sure that you bring ID that corresponds to the this name when you come to the show on the night.
For example, if Jane Smith buys 4 tickets for her daughter and 3 friends, every ticket will have ‘Jane Smith’ printed on it. If Jane Smith is not attending, she must make sure that her daughter and 3 friends have ONE piece of Jane Smith ID between them – for example a passport, driver’s licence or credit/debit card with name on. Anyone without one piece of ID that corresponds to their group ticket name will not be allowed entry to the show.