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Popular BBC show returns to film in Trafford
4:48pm Tuesday 25th September 2012 in News
IT will be lights, camera, action once again at Sale Waterside Arts Centre when the venue hosts BBC Question Time next week.
The popular BBC politics show, which successfully filmed at the centre in 2010, will be at the centre on October 4 in the Robert Bolt Theatre.
Invited audience members are asked to submit their questions in advance, with a team of researchers choosing the best ones.
Panel members are not allowed to see the questions before they are put to them by members of the audience. The panel will consist of well known politicians and political commentators yet to be announced.
The television show is just one of a whole host of events taking place throughout the year including drama, dance, music, comedy, films, exhibitions, workshops and classes.
Executive councillor Jonathan Coupe said: "We are all very excited that Trafford is once again hosting the show, it was such a fantastic experience last time and by returning it just proves how professionally run the centre is.
"It really has been an exciting year for us in Trafford with the Olympics putting us in the spotlight and this once again showcases our fantastic borough."
For more information about events, concerts and classes at Sale Water Waterside Arts Centre visit www.watersideartscentre.co.uk or call 0161 912 5616 Anyone wanting to apply to be part of the audience of Question Time should apply via the following link: www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politics-17154440