theatre ticket

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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend: ticket - a ticket good for admission to a theatertheatre ticket - a ticket good for admission to a theater
ticket - a commercial document showing that the holder is entitled to something (as to ride on public transportation or to enter a public entertainment)
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But not a penny piece besides--not a pair of gloves, nor a theatre ticket.' She didn't understand--was very offended sometimes.
The Entry plus Super Theatre ticket which includes one Super Theatre session and entry to the Fair will cost PS16 with the discount.
Egyptian actor Mohamed Ramadan is a big shot actor and he has proven his weight in Arab showbiz by becoming the actor with the highest-priced theatre ticket in Egyptian history.
Return standard class rail travel Theatre Ticket Offer Add a theatre ticket to your booking for PS49pp Add a theatre ticket to your booking for PS49pp Choose from...
Price includes: 1 night accommodation at your choice of London hotel - additional nights available Theatre ticket Breakfast included at many hotels Terms and Conditions: and quote AF146 or visit 01904 436 030 For more details or to book call:
The report reveals that funding cuts resulted in theatre ticket prices increasing by over 5.1% across the UK in 2014.
The Katara Drama Theatre ticket outlet (Katara building 16) will be open from October 3 to 8, 30 minutes prior to the start of the day's first screening.
Don't worry if you aren't one of our lucky winners as the Belfast Theatre Express Package is available from [euro]110pps and includes rail, room and theatre ticket to Evita, CATS or Sleeping Beauty.
Washington, Sep 23 (ANI): If you wish to watch a West End musical in London and do not want the trip to rip off your pocket, then book your air tickets long in advance, but postpone the purchase of your theatre ticket until the last minute, says a new study at the Universidad Carlos III de Madrid (UC3M).
Having bought from this kiosk, people might patronize the cafe and drop into the exhibition, and so progress to the braver move of buying a theatre ticket to see a local or university production.
However, sports and theatre ticket sales are predicted to grow even faster during the same period with sport ticketing increasing from its present level of GBP2.4m to GBP106m by 2005 and theatre tickets from GBP2.4m to GBP83.4m.