This weekend, thousands of sitcom fans will be heading to London's Royal Albert Hall for The Always Sunny Podcast Live. 

The special event will mark the creators' Rob McElhenney, Charlie Day, and Glenn Howerton's first live show in the UK. 

The podcast will see the creators chat about episodes of the hit comedy It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia which also stars Danny DeVito.

Now, the three along with the co-host and writer Megan Ganz will offer fans a night filled with hilarity, memories and maybe even some special guests. 

Ahead of the show, here's everything you need to know from when it's taking place, if there are any tickets, the view from your seat and what to expect. 

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When is The Always Sunny Podcast Live in London?

The special event will be taking place on Saturday, April 16 at London's Royal Albert Hall

What time do doors open for The Always Sunny Podcast Live in London?

There are two shows taking place on Saturday April 16, the matinee at 2.30pm and the evening at 7.30pm. 

For the matinee, doors will open at 1.45pm whilst the evening doors will open at 6.45pm. 

You can see the full schedule via the Royal Albert Hall website. 

What is the view from my seat at the Royal Albert Hall? 

If you have tickets to the show and are wondering how good your view of the stage is, then you are in luck. 

The website, 'a view from my seat' offers you the chance to do just that. 

Are there any tickets left for The Always Sunny Podcast Live in London?

The Always Sunny Podcast Live has been very popular and if you missed on getting tickets at the release, you are in luck. 

As there are still some tickets left for the special show on Ticketmaster. 

With stall tickets available seeing prices start at £95.60 and rise to £139.20.