We're back this Sunday with CHAPTER 58: LIVE YOUR BEST LIFE at the Electric Ballroom in Camden.
Please be aware that on a show day, we're incredibly busy and almost certainly won't have time to answer queries, so we suggest that you head to the PROGRESS Fan Group where someone should be able to help you.
The Electric Ballroom, 184 Camden High Street, London NW1 8QP. Map.
TICKETS and ENTRY
Your ticket guarantees your place in the relevant section, but not a specific seat.
You will need your e-ticket to get into the show, either printed or on your phone. Printed is better because it scans more easily. Nothing else will be accepted - no payment receipts, no screenshots of a receipt.
If you haven't got your ticket, you can resend it to yourself right here.
Our system issues one e-ticket regardless of how many actual tickets were purchased. If you have more than 1 ticket and your group isn't coming in at the same time - please make sure that every person coming in has the barcode to scan. Again - printed is better, but a screengrab on your phone will be OK.
Season Ticket Holders - if at all possible please have your card with you so that the door staff don't have to check down the list of names. If you don't have your card, you'll still be able to get in, but be prepared for a small delay while the door list is checked.
If you have a seated ticket, you'll find the seats are colour-coded according to ticket tier.
Front Row seats have a white band on the end of the row;
Gold seats are Rows 2 and 3. They will have a gold band on the end of the row;
Silver seats are Rows 4 and 5. They will have a silver band on the end of the row;
Regular seats are anything from Row 6 back. They will have a purple band on the end of the row.
It really helps us if you know what kind of ticket you've bought, and that you sit in the right area. The show is sold out, so if there is someone sitting in the wrong place, that means someone else isn't in the seat that they paid for.
The Electric Ballroom is a very short walk from Camden Town tube station. Take the right-hand exit as you come up the escalators, turn right, and walk for about 50 yards.
You should definitely check the TFL website and/or the National Rail website because it's a Sunday, and the clever people in charge of public transport apparently think that no-one goes out on a Sunday.
There are designated accessible areas in the Electric Ballroom, either side of the screen/tech booth. Entry to these is step-free and via the rear gate. Please make your way to the rear gate (23 Kentish Town Road, it has beautiful graffiti murals and is next to the Trinity United Reformed Church) and a steward will either take you to the accessible area, or let you in via a different rear door so that you can get to the bar/merch/disabled toilets. Please note that you will not be able to enter until the doors are open.
This flat access into the venue is also available to anyone who can't manage the 10 steps (approx) from the front entrance to the venue floor.
Doors will open at 2pm.
We will have a PRE-SHOW MATCH at approx 3.30pm.
First bell of the main show at 4pm, interval halfway through, and we should be wrapped up by 8pm at the latest. Please note that this is an 8-match card, so it will probably be closer to 8pm than 7.30pm.
There will be a full range of PROGRESS merch on sale and you'll probably find a bunch of wrestlers at the merch stand too. We take cash and card payments at the PROGRESS table, wrestlers usually only take cash.
See you on Sunday!