Everybody loves a freebie, and this is a good one!
Comedy duo Vic Reeves and Bob Mortimer are back on the small screen with a new series of 'Big Night Out' commissioned.
And they're offering fans the chance to watch the series being filmed for free.
Reeves, 59, will return to a comedic setting after spending time in ITV soap Coronation Street.
Meanwhile Mortimer, also 59, has found success in recent years with his 'Athletico Mince' podcast.
But now the duo are reuniting to relaunch one of the most popular comedy shows of the 90's.
What is Big Night Out?
Running for two series in 1990 and 1991, the show was originally christened Vic Reeves' Big Night Out.
Big Night Out was aired on Channel 4 and became an instant success, with a number of recurring characters and sketches proving popular with viewers.
Favourites Mulligan & O’Hare, Novelty Island and Donald and Davey Stott are all confirmed to return in the new series.
You can expect plenty of bizarre laughs, gags and sketches for all ages.
Big Night Out returned for a one-off special last Christmas and the show was described as 'ratings-busting' by the BBC.
That led to the commission of a third series - which sees these free tickets available.
How can I get my free tickets?
There are limited free tickets available for the recording of Big Night Out.
NEW TV SERIES BIG NIGHT OUTExclusive link for free tickets to recording of shows next monthTiny venue in central LondonShow takes about 1 hour to recordhttps://t.co/weJ8l5QnBh pic.twitter.com/8sHKftMkSZ
— bob mortimer (@RealBobMortimer) May 25, 2018
The show is being filmed at the Hospital Club in London on four different dates.
Viewers can apply for tickets on 24, 26 or 30 June plus 2 July.
All recordings begin at 6:30pm - but make sure you arrive early as more tickets are allocated than seats available.