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theatre-going

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Definition of theatre-going in English:

adjective

Going frequently to the theatre: the theatre-going public
More example sentences
  • It is a measure of the theatre-going public's apathy that we sat quietly in our seats and didn't storm the stage and make everyone walk the plank.
  • The Oliviers, judged by stage experts and members of the theatre-going public, will be televised by BBC2 tonight at 8.30 pm.
  • Our first responsibility, obviously, is to the theatre-going public.

Derivatives

theatregoer

1
noun
Example sentences
  • I still recommend it unreservedly to all inquisitive theatregoers.
  • She is phenomenally talented and really must not be missed by any serious theatregoer.
  • I would imagine that the great majority of theatregoers haven't read Proust.

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