BBC Northern Ireland will host a EU referendum live debate to give voters the chance to ask their questions about a possible Brexit.
The live television debate on the EU Referendum, hosted by Stephen Nolan, will be broadcast live on Wednesday 15 June on BBC One Northern Ireland at 10.45pm.
Stephen Nolan says: “This debate will reflect the real issues and questions that people from across Northern Ireland have about the EU Referendum. This is an important decision for voters and this programme is an opportunity for politicians to answer the questions from the public about what impact staying in or leaving the EU may have on life in Northern Ireland.”
Audience applicants will be asked how they plan to vote on Thursday 23 June to ensure a spread of different views on EU membership.
Ticket applications will be treated as a confidential expression of interest and will be used by the BBC production team to help ensure that audience reflects diverse viewpoints. Applicants must be of voting age (18yrs +), and eligible to vote in the EU Referendum.
Applications for tickets to be in audience and be a part of this debate are now open at bbc.co.uk/tickets.