theatregoer


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A fellow theatregoer alleged the Hollywood star hit the audience member.
By the time it opens in October, theatregoers will have already seen quite a lot of her
Washington, Jan 14 (ANI): Hollywood heartthrob Daniel Radcliffe has found a novel way to stop theatregoers from chatting during plays - "the Broadway Annoying Audience Member Relocation Program".
Mr Griffiths has thrown theatregoers out of West End performances for the same offence in the past.
Unprivileged theatregoers are well aware of these major inconveniences.
The report identified an appetite for experimentation among theatregoers, with 36 percent saying that they would rather go to a new performance of a limited run than a show which has been running for more than two years.
But the fact remains that the double standards of theatregoers echoes the hypocrisy that exists in society to charges of sexism.
Theatregoers are not being put off by the current economic climate, with box offices in central London taking more than Au500 million last year.
Howard Panter, ATG's creative director and joint chief executive, said: "We firmly believe that the transaction is of real benefit to theatregoers in the UK and for the theatre industry in general.
So in 1985, he and Ann set up Huddersfield Theatregoers Club and turned a whole generation of theatregoers into travellers too.
After each show theatregoers are invited to a jam session at the nearby Conservative Club.
That might explain why Madge talked all the way through, much to the annoyance of fellow theatregoers, and why her friend's mobile phone kept going off.
LONDON theatregoers need deep pockets for a night out these days, with ticket prices for the best seats soaring up to the pounds 50 ceiling, and an extra fiver rumoured to be on the cards when the Rod Stewart musical Tonight's The Night hits the West End.
The show has been seen by nine million theatregoers and comes to Birmingham after ten years on the stage including spells in the West End and on Broadway.
Bosses claim the trouble could affect theatregoers.