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THEATRE

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A building used primarily for theatrical performances.

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Related Terms

Term Note
AUDITORIUM A room or hall designed for an audience to listen and view, as in a theatre, concert hall, lecture hall etc.
CINEMA A building containing one, or more, auditorium with a screen on which films are shown to paying customers.
CONCERT HALL An establishment where musical performances take place.
MUSIC HALL A hall licensed for musical performances, singing, dancing and other entertainments, exclusive of dramatic performance.

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