Tickets for the Poldark screening and Q&A at the British Film Institute sold out quickly when they went on sale this morning.
In the light of this I've been in touch with the BFI to ask about the situation for those people who didn't get tickets today.
Joel Pullin, Visitor Services Manager at the BFI told me, "Sadly we do not keep tickets back for general sale as we are a Member supported institution however we do have a guest list attached to the Poldark screening and are aware that the screening has sold out quickly and will attempt to get early releases from the guest list.
"When the guest list returns we would expect tickets to go on general sale and not prioritised members. Tickets could be released anytime leading up to the screening from 12th July and we will definitely have return tickets to sell half an hour before the start of the screening on the day of the event at our venue.
."A returns queue can start at any time on the day of the screening and one person can book two tickets in the queue.
"My advice is to keep checking our website for releases from 12th July and if there is a large ticket release we would expect the BBC notify fans."
The screening of episode one of Poldark S2 and Q&A with with Aidan Turner (Ross), Eleanor Tomlinson (Demelza), Debbie Horsfield (screenwriter) and Damien Timmer (executive producer) is on Monday 22 August at 6.15 pm at BFI Southbank, London.