Gladiators is back on our TV screens after a reboot and if you’re a fan of the show, you might be wondering how you can get tickets to be a member of the audience.

The new series which has 11 episodes is now presented by The Chase’s Bradley Walsh and his son Barney.

The sports entertainment show was originally broadcast from 1992 to 2000 and returned to screens on January 13 with 16 new “superhumans” all eager to show off their speed and strength.

Members of the public can enjoy watching the Gladiators from a seat in the audience – here’s how you can secure yours.

How to get tickets to be in the Gladiators audience

If you’re interested in getting audience tickets for the Gladiators, you can register your interest via the Applause Store website.

Fans can’t get the exclusive tickets at the moment but you can register your interest for future availability.

The website explains: “We currently have no future record dates for this show. However, if you register your interest now, we will contact you with possible new show dates as and when we release them.”

The Gladiators studio is the Utilita Arena in Sheffield and the minimum age for ticket holders is five years old and anyone under 18 must be accompanied by an adult.

Those successful in getting tickets won't need to pay anything for them as the Applause Store's ticket service is “completely free”.

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Who are the new Gladiators? 

The lineup of the new Gladiators includes Olympians, bodybuilders and weightlifting champions.

Among the new lineup are record-breaking Team GB sprinter and Olympic bobsledder Montell Douglas who will star as Fire on the show while full-time elite CrossFit athlete Emily Steel will be known as Dynamite.

Team GB sprinter Harry Aikines-Aryeetey, nicknamed Nitro, and Ella-Mae Rayner, a former elite gymnast and semi-professional diver, nicknamed Comet are also part of the lineup.