programme seller

Translations

programme seller

n (in theatre etc) → Programmverkäufer(in) m(f)

programme seller

n (Theatre) → venditore/trice di programmi
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She had been a programme seller at that concert and was invited into The Beatles' dressing room and they signed a programme for her and her friend.
Losing is about staying in and keeping your head down and as you relive every kick of the game to try to work out what went wrong, or more importantly who you can blame - the manager, chairman, players, referee, hot dog salesman or programme seller.
Eisteddfod chairman Gethin Davies, tho began as a programme seller in 1951, said: "We simply couldn't function without them because we only have a small permanent staff but they turn up every year and give their time selflessly and cheerfully.
But the former Leicester City programme seller, who rose to become chief executive of Cable and Wireless Communications Plc, added: "The board always applies pressure to ensure commitments are met.
One programme seller in particular will probably now get her own show based on her popularity as the butt of most jokes.
Presumably Mr Mowe the groundsman celebrated with Miss Ketchup from the hot dog stand and Mr Page the programme seller.
The sessions will involve a talk about being a programme seller, a tour of the selling positions and some basic training, followed by a brief group interview.
A BIRMINGHAM City programme seller has resigned in protest at lack of safety inside the ground highlighted by a terrifying post-match siege last week.
He began as a 12-year-old programme seller in 1951 and has also been an usher and festival secretary as well as chairman from 1992 to 2003 and from 2013.
Other readers remembered other broken legs with 83-year old George Hopkins, a former programme seller at Highfield Road recalling left winger George Ashall breaking his leg in a heavy clash with West Brom's Stan Rickaby in 1947.
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