theatre-goer

Related to theatre-goer: playgoer
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theatre-goer

theater-goer (US) [ˈθɪətəˌgəʊəʳ] Naficionado/a m/f al teatro
I'm not a keen theatre-goerno soy un gran aficionado al teatro
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Holmes and I put on our dress-clothes, so that we might appear to be two theatre-goers homeward bound.
One theatre-goer said children were crying in the foyer as they prepared to go home.
One theatre-goer said: "I just arrived at the New Theatre to be told tonight's performance has been cancelled because of rain," they said.
One theatre-goer told of how he turned up on the night, only to be turned away.
What's more, the passionate theatre-goer often knows this far better than the critic, blinded as he often is by the whole paraphernalia of Eng.
Theatre-goer Khalil Anjarwalla said he, his wife and her parents escaped from the theatre safely after "kilos of concrete plummeted from the ceiling".
Theatre-goer Khalil Anjarwalla said he, his heavily pregnant wife and her parents managed to escape from the theatre safely after "kilos of concrete plummeted from the ceiling".
One theatre-goer said: "We could hear cracking for about 10 to 15 minutes before the collapse.
Theatre-goer Andrew Hills, a chef in London, said: "He'd have to pay methat amount to see him.
One theatre-goer said after the Tuesday night show: 'I went to use the ladies in the stalls during the interval and water was pouring through the ceiling outside the door.
One theatre-goer, who goes to shows at the Hippodrome about four times a year, is furious at receiving a "begging bowl" telephone call at home in the evening.
A disappointed theatre-goer who expected to see naked dancers leap across the stage only to find they were fully clothed had their complaint upheld by the advertising watchdog today.