theatregoer


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However, some theatregoers voiced their concern for Smith over reports of the aborted show.
But theatregoers soon realised her singing performance was pre-recorded and she was lip-syncing.
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.
By the time it opens in October, theatregoers will have already seen quite a lot of her
A fellow theatregoer alleged the Hollywood star hit the audience member.
Unprivileged theatregoers are well aware of these major inconveniences.
It is a million miles from anything that you see happening down the Queen Vic," said one theatregoer.
The State of Play: Theatre UK report said that theatregoers aged 25-34 were most guilty of checking their phones during a play, the BBC reported.
Summary: Theatregoers are not being put off by the current economic climate with the box office in central London taking more than Au500 million.
The subhead to your article uses the word "old-fashioned," which implies something that is out of date, of no significance to the sophisticated theatregoers of the present.
THE NEW owners of the Liverpool Empire say their pounds 90m deal to take over it and several other UK venues will be good news for theatregoers.
THEATREGOERS are being urged to take chairs, a rug, and a picnic for an outdoor performance of Shakespeare.
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.