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– Tickets are limited to two per person.
– All tickets will be sent to customers as e-tickets/mobile. Customers must download their ticket to their mobile phone or print their e-ticket in advance and bring this with them to gain entry.
– To gain entry each original purchaser and the person accompanying them to the show must be present.
– The name of the original purchaser will be printed on each ticket which cannot be changed once the booking has been made.
– Each original purchaser must provide valid photo ID along with their tickets in order to gain entry.
– There will be no exceptions to the above, no name changes or letters of authorisation will be accepted under any circumstances.
– Tickets are not transferable under any circumstances. Any resale, transfer, attempted resale or transfer will invalidate any ticket purchase. Where there has been any re-sale or attempted re-sale of tickets, we reserve the right to cancel those tickets with immediate effect.
– All ticket purchases are subject to the standard terms and conditions: [http://www.britsweekwarchild.co.uk/].
Taking dark smoky blues and making them blisteringly current, Ran’N’Bone Man has been on everyone’s radar since his Human took over everyones subconscious and made a home in everyones heads last year. Since, Rag ‘n’ Bone Man has enjoyed unprecedented success, securing two BRIT Awards, a number one album and becoming one of the most heard voices on the radio. His sound, a merge of brassy blues meanderings, sharpened with snappy hip hop breaks showcases undeniable talent. Don’t miss his rich rasp live at Islington Assembly Hall.
War Child BRITs Week together with O2 returns confirming its stellar lineup for 2018. The series of gigs gives fans the opportunity to see the biggest names in music in intimate venues across London and for the first time since 2015, Manchester while simultaneously raising money and awareness for children whose lives have been torn apart by war. Produced by AEG Presents, BPI and War Child, the charity for children affected by conflict, together with O2.
London will, once again, play host to a plethora of artists through a number of special gigs in the lead up to, and after, the BRIT Awards to celebrate some of the best of British music.