Tickets! Music! Quashed Rumours! News Posted by Ian Symes on 6th August 2015, 12:59 Doug has been busy on Twitter this morning. Previously on the subject of Series XI and XII, we learned the following: For those who don't know twelve new Red Dwarf shows are being recorded in front of a studio audience from November 2015 to February 2016. — Doug Naylor (@DougRDNaylor) August 6, 2015 Lovely to see all that info in one place, but Doug wasn’t finished there… The announcement for tickets for live audience for new Red Dwarf shows will be in early September. #RedDwarfXI&XII — Doug Naylor (@DougRDNaylor) August 6, 2015 So we’ve only got about a month left of people desperately asking everyone with even the vaguest affiliation with Red Dwarf if they know anything about tickets. Good luck, everyone. Meanwhile, a rumour appeared over the last couple of days that Chris Barrie had told people at some convention or other that Series XI would air in March next year. We didn’t bother to comment on it, because there’s absolutely no point even pondering anything the cast are alleged to have said at conventions – it’s only worth acknowledging when it comes from Doug or Dave. So therefore, we were unsurprised to see both Naylors quashing the rumour, but relieved that they did it so quickly: Nope. First 6 won't have been delivered. #reddwarf https://t.co/GWxLIloBmu — Richard Naylor (@RichardDGNaylor) August 5, 2015 Story in press Red Dwarf XI transmitting March 2016. NOT TRUE. Chris Barrie has been misquoted. Edit has hardly begun by then. #RedDwarfXI — Doug Naylor (@DougRDNaylor) August 6, 2015 And finally, all this Twitter activity has led to Howard Goodall dropping some excellent news: And yes I will be composing new music for these @RedDwarfHQ XI & XII series.. https://t.co/6aSP6QRMSe — Howard Goodall (@Howard_Goodall) August 6, 2015 Lovely. We assumed he’d be involved, but it’s great to have it confirmed. So that’s ticket details, shooting schedules and music ticked off. We’d like to request that the next announcement is that they’re sticking with models, and maybe even that The Model Unit are returning to the fray. Either that or the triumphant return of Taiwan Tony.