theatregoing

theatregoing

(ˈθɪətəˌɡəʊɪŋ) or

theatergoing

n
(Theatre) the act of regularly attending the theatre
adj
(Theatre) relating to those who attend the theatre
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It adds there is also evidence that theatregoing is a habit, which if instilled in young people early enough can last a lifetime.
"This is not a traditional theatregoing experience, but if you are a fan of theatre shows, big events and spectacular happenings then our Halloween week of events for all ages is something you won't want to miss."
"This is not a traditional theatregoing experience, but if you are a fan of theatre shows, big events and spectacular happenings then our Hallowe'en week of events for all ages is something you won't want to miss."
These spaces create the literal and metaphorical room for interpretation for the audience and Walker's attention to the physical, historical contexts in which offstage spaces were evoked offers an important corrective to modern understandings of the early modern theatregoing experience influenced by post-nineteenth century conventions of theatre design and audience decorum
I am the secretary of the Scottish music hall and variety theatre society which has about 240 members, most of whom are from the theatregoing public, and quite a few of the acts from those days.
On the bright side, there is now a way of saving 40-quid on your theatregoing experience.
And before I knew what I was doing, I swallowed the marketing hook, line and sinker and found myself suggesting to my theatregoing friend that we have a rematch.
Even worse for the REP, the new studio theatre is not even visible as a separate building, so it won't be able to advertise its presence to the theatregoing public.
To ban school children from public performances is inherently problematic for us as it is at odds with our mission to immerse the audiences of the future in a true to life theatregoing experience.
They immerse themselves in the arts, antiques, wining, dining, entertaining and theatregoing.