Matt Cardle tickets worth £1750 stolen for Bridgwater show
A book of tickets for X Factor winner Matt Cardle's acoustic show in Bridgwater have been stolen.
The tickets, stolen from Blake Hall in Bridgwater were worth £1750.
But they will be valueless to anyone who buys them on the black market.
Anyone presenting one of the tickets at the show will be turned away.
Promoter Dan Smith said: "If you are offered any tickets other than from Blake Hall or String & Things should be aware that these tickets are numbered so will not be valid on the night."
The 80 ticket book was stolen on Thursday.
Matt Cardle rose to fame after winning the seventh series of The X Factor in 2010.
He received a £1 million recording contract with Syco Music by winning, and his debut number one single "When We Collide" was released immediately after he won.
It sold 439,000 copies in its first week to become the UK Christmas number one.
The intimate show in Bridgwater on December 6 is limited to 650 tickets and there are still some available.
Visit the Blake Hall website www.blakehallbridgwater.co.uk for details.