theatreland


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theatreland

(ˈθɪətəˌlænd) or

theaterland

n
(Theatre) the main theatre district of a city, esp in the West End of London
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Translations

theatreland

[ˈθɪətəlænd] Nteatrolandia f
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theatreland

n (Brit) → Theatergegend f; in theatrelandin der Theatergegend
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During the Stephen Fry Laurie 1920s Wodehouse and his wife Eleanor owned a house close to London's theatreland.
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The awards celebrate the best of British theatreland and Andrew Garfield, The Ferryman, stage and screen legend Glenda Jackson and Dreamgirls' Amber Riley were among the winners.
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The dazzlingly talented Sheridan Smith, currently taking a four-week break from starring in Funny Girl in London's Theatreland, is my Woman of the Week.
The revue came courtesy of Ronald Jones although our photograph, below, featured Estelle 03ELSEWHERE in the city's theatreland at Christmas, the Rotunda presented Jason and Montgomery's 'gorgeous pantomime' Cinderella twice nightly at 'popular prices' while Kelly's Theatre announced the grand opening of The Moody Manners opera season.
BETHANY was an accomplished enough dancer to consider a career in London's West End theatreland had she wished and had danced both on cinema film and television.
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