Frequently asked questions

BBC Studioworks has no involvement with casting, script writing, make up artistry, ticketing and audience handling of the productions we host. For queries relating to these issues, please contact the productions or ticketing companies directly.

How do I apply for studio audience tickets for the shows hosted at BBC Studioworks?

Our television studios host productions for all the major TV broadcasters and production companies. Each studio audience show engages with a specific ticketing company to allocate and distribute audience tickets. Click here to find links to the ticketing company websites. Please note BBC Studioworks has no involvement with the ticketing process – all questions and requests need to be directed to the relevant ticketing company.

How do I find out about job opportunities with BBC Studioworks?

You can find information on current job vacancies with the BBC and BBC Studioworks on the BBC’s Career website here. If you’d like to contact us speculatively about any staff or freelance work available, please contact BBC Studioworks’ HR Manager, Cathy McGrath on cathy.mcgrath@bbc.co.uk

How do I find out about BBC work experience and training?

The BBC offers a wide range of work experience and trainee schemes, including BBC Apprenticeships. There is lots of information available on the BBC Careers website.

To search and apply for work experience placements please visit: http://www.bbc.co.uk/careers/work-experience/

To find out more about trainee schemes visit: http://www.bbc.co.uk/careers/trainee-schemes

For details on BBC Apprenticeships visit: http://www.bbc.co.uk/careers/trainee-schemes/apprenticeships

Where can I obtain a copy of BBC Studioworks’ Terms of Trade?

You can find a copy of BBC Studioworks’ Terms of Trade here: BBC Studioworks – Terms of Trade