BBC Cymru Wales is giving fans the opportunity to apply for tickets to visit its new state-of-the-art drama studios in Cardiff Bay on Saturday 10th March and Sunday 11th March.
Roath Lock is the home of BBC Cymru Wales’ drama productions and to celebrate its official opening, 1000 tickets for special studio tours are being given away.
On each of the tours, visitors will get the chance to see the CASUALTY set, including the hospital and the new ambulance station as well as the Pobol y Cwm sets.
Visitors will also be taken into one of the main studios to meet some of the staff who work on many of BBC Cymru Wales’ other drama series such as Doctor Who and Upstairs Downstairs as well as learning one or two tricks of the trade.
Successful applicants will be chosen at random. All entrants will be contacted by Wednesday 29 February to inform them whether or not they’ve been successful.
The tours are not suitable for children under six.
You can apply by visiting BBC Shows & Tours Site or call the 24 hour English language ticketing line on 0370 901 1227* and choose option one (shows). Lines are open from 9.30am on Monday 20 February until 7.30pm on Friday 24 February.
To book your tickets through the medium of Welsh, please call 03703 500 600*. The Welsh line will be open between 9.30am and 7.30pm from Monday 20 February until Friday 24 February.
All successful applicants will receive an e-ticket.