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Definition of gang show in English:

noun

British
A locally produced variety show performed annually by members of the Scout and Guide Association.
Example sentences
  • Blackpool Scouts present their annual gang show at Blackpool Opera House from Wednesday, November 5 to Saturday, November 8.
  • The attacks, which have taken place at the gang show's workshop in offices in Osbaldwick, have put preparations for the traditional entertainment show behind schedule by three weeks.
  • The leader said: ‘The show will see a selection of traditional gang show tunes performed, it promises to be great fun for all the family.’

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