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Friendsfest is returning to London: here's how to get tickets

Isabelle Aron

Here's something that'll make you feel old: the last episode of 'Friends' aired in 2004. Yep, the show that made you think you'd spend your twenties living in swanky apartments with your best friends across the hall has been off the air for 12 years. But if you find that news depressing, this should cheer you up. Friendsfest, the interactive 'Friends' experience, is back in town – and this time it's even bigger. 

As well as hanging out in Monica and Rachel’s apartment, you can have a drink at Central Perk, go for a meal at the Moondance Diner (y'know, the one where Monica had to wear a blonde wig and roller skates), or pose on the beach and re-create this:


You'll also be able to sing your heart out with 'smelly cat karaoke' (singing in tune is optional, obviously), play a round of table football in Joey and Chandler’s apartment or take a trip to the Vegas Chapel of Love – just don't make any rash decisions.

But if you want to get in on the action, you'll need to be quick. Last year's event sold out in an impressive 13 minutes, so we're talking Glastonbury levels of ticket-purchasing stress. But you can give yourself a head-start by registering for early-bird tickets by midnight tonight (June 29). The early-bird tickets will go on sale tomorrow (June 30) at 10am, and general sale tickets will be released at 10am on July 1.

Friendsfest will be touring around London, Essex, Oxfordshire, Yorkshire and Hertfordshire. Tickets are £24. Register and find out more here.

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