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How to get tickets to Love Island: Aftersun

Laura Whitmore is bringing back after Aftersun for even more Love Island drama (Picture: ITV)

Love Island is back – and that also means the return of spin-off show Love Island: Aftersun.

Each week, presenter Laura Whitmore will be bringing us an extra dose of all things Love Island – from exclusive footage to celebrity guests discussing their best bits.

And with a villa full of characters like Gemma Owen, Luca Bish, and Ekin-Su Cülcüloğlu, there will definitely be plenty to talk about.

Airing every Sunday night at 10pm, Laura will also be hosting in front of a live studio audience.

So hands up all those Love Island devotees who’d love to be a part of that studio gang?

Here’s how you can get tickets to watch Love Island: Aftersun and where it’s filmed.

How can I get tickets for Love Island: Aftersun?

Laura Whitmore will be bringing villa exclusives every Sunday (Credit: ITV)

Tickets for the Sunday night shows are available via Applause Store.

The site also supplies audience tickets for the likes of Britain’s Got Talent, Celebrity Juice, and A League of Their Own.

If you want to be in with a chance of nabbing some you’ll need to register with the site – which will take you only moments to do and is completely free – and request the date you want tickets for.

Tickets are released a few weeks in advance so make sure you’re quick if you’re interested.

You have to be over 18 to apply.

Will I definitely get tickets?

Requesting tickets doesn’t guarantee you’ll get them, sadly.

Like many shows, Aftersun is very popular and according to Applause Store’s website tickets are issued on a random basis – so you may miss out.

If you are successful, you should receive an email with an e-ticket attached 48 hours before your chosen date.

Where is Love Island: Aftersun filmed?

Sadly, going to watch Aftersun doesn’t include a plane ticket to Mallorca.

Laura actually spends her summer flying back and forth from the villa to London where Aftersun is filmed at the BT Studios.

Love Island: Aftersun airs every Sunday at 10pm on ITV2.

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