Furious Anthony appeared to have gone onto ITV’s One Night Only show

Why? I have not been in a cinema theatre in over 4 years and am now permanently on the waiting list

The BBC was accused of saving “lame games” with me as a prospective backer of their brand after it became clear that I had not been given a refund on my previously refundable tickets to the BBC’s One Night Only tour.

What’s up with that?

Why would the BBC “save” me for them by cutting me off from getting my money back, as if we had ever been in a cinema theatre together? I saw one of their shows at Wembley last month with my brother, who also confirmed that I would be a “big fan” of their latest epic crossover show. However, I have found it very difficult to get my money back despite the BBC saying that they have only been taking deposits from people who have now purchased my tickets. Why would the BBC “save” me for them by cutting me off from getting my money back, as if we had ever been in a cinema theatre together?

ALAMY I contacted the BBC after my reported on-stage row

Why? I have not been in a cinema theatre in over 4 years and am now permanently on the waiting list. This said, I would much rather it be featured on the web – and appear alongside something like Richard and Judy or Simon Cowell – than in a big format show.

Would you donate to the charity that paid for the tickets?

Oh that would have been awesome, wouldn’t it? I reached out to some of my friends via email, but only received a reply that they hadn’t paid any money and so they would “absolutely not” benefit from tickets to my shows.

ALAMY I reached out to my friends via email, but only received a reply that they hadn’t paid any money