Final Globe Free Tickets Draw


Residents of Stockton-on-Tees have a final chance to win sought-after tickets to the Stockton Globe as the year-long Free Tickets Draw comes to a close. 12 months after the newly renovated theatre was revealed to the public, this special anniversary draw will see 100 tickets given away to top shows coming to the venue this year.

The Globe Free Tickets Draw saw Stockton-on-Tees Borough Council and Ambassador Theatre Group (ATG) partner together exclusively in offering residents across the borough a chance to win one of 250 pairs of tickets to a variety of shows over the last 12 months at the newly restored Stockton Globe. Lucky participants have won tickets to a variety of amazing shows, with winners attending shows such as Status Quo, Bill Bailey, Bat Out of Hell and Jason Manford.

To celebrate the final Globe Free Tickets Draw, Stockton Globe and the Council are giving away 100 tickets in one bumper competition. 10 winners will receive 5 pairs of tickets each to upcoming shows including Fontaines DC, Katherine Ryan: Missus, Jools Holland And His Rhythm & Blues Orchestra, Jurassic Live, and Sir Ranulph Fiennes: Living Dangerously.

Stockton Globe’s General Manager, Jo Ager said “The final draw is our way of saying thank you for the wonderful support residents across the Stockton borough have given throughout our renovation and opening season. We are thrilled to round off the year with an amazing final prize! This is just the beginning and we can’t wait to continue welcoming audiences as we showcase some of the world’s leading performers and shows.”

The much-loved art deco Stockton Globe theatre threw open the doors in September 2021 after major restoration. Mcfly were the first act to take to the stage for an unforgettable evening. Since then, a variety of well-known music, comedy and entertainment artists have visited the town with thousands of audience members attending the venue.

Councillor Jim Beall, Stockton-on-Tees Borough Council’s Cabinet Member for Health, Leisure and Culture, said: “It’s been a great first year for the newly-restored Globe – and it’s really exciting to see many more top acts set to be performing there in the next few weeks and months.

“There are some great shows on offer in the free ticket draw and I’m sure the lucky winners will have a brilliant time visiting the Globe. I’d certainly urge you all to enter the competition.

“And don’t forget this is the final draw, so it’s your last chance to win some free tickets. Good luck, everyone!”

How does the draw work?

The final draw opens on Friday, May 20 at 10am and closes Friday, June 3 at 5pm.

You must be aged 18 or over to enter, and you must live within the Stockton council area.

Winners will be contacted by ATG within seven working days of the draw closing and will need to confirm their attendance within two weeks of being notified.

How do I enter?

You can enter the final Globe Free Tickets Draw online by completing the entry form at from 10am on Friday, May 20 2022.

Alternatively, hard copy entry forms are available at the following locations across the borough: Stockton Central Library, Billingham Library and Customer Service Centre, Ingleby Barwick Library, Yarm Library, Thornaby Central Library, Thornaby Library within Riverbank Children’s Centre, Fairfield Library, Norton Library, and Roseworth Library.

Where can I find out about the other shows that are coming to the Globe?

To buy tickets for any of the Globe shows, and to sign-up to the mailing list, visit

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