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By Maria Gomes Subscribe to RSS | January 25th 2012 | Views:

Wherefore art thou audiences of Theatre? Has the 21st Century brought about the fall of Theatre shows? Has modernisation and westernisation planted itself so deeply into the human soul that it has diminished the appreciation of the arts? It’s hard to tell whether the rise of internet domination has brought convenience or suffering to Theatre. Humanity’s most prized creation is the internet. It brings us the answers like no other concept can. Search Engines are now our bread and butter to life. The world’s most popular search Engine happens to be Google. It serves 3 Billion searches every day. That’s almost half the world population. So out of those 3 billion people, how many are searching for Theatre shows?

Societies across the UK are looking to bring modern Theatre back to the forefront of entertainment. This doesn’t just mean the heavyweight venues. Local theatres needto raise their voices. The idea of mainstream theatre seemed well and true at first but what about the idea of being part of a community? A local theatre production really does bring people together in a shared sense of belonging.

The most passionate cities in the UK for Theatre shows include Edinburgh, Liverpool, and Leeds. Countless gems are staged there each year. However if your situated too far from these parts then search for local Theatre shows online and you’ll be provided with ticket sites such as who offer prices, dates and stages of all shows in the UK along with information on upcoming shows.

Shows currently trending as not to be missed include Matilda, War Horse, Lion King and Wicked. However I urge you to delve deeper into the world of theatre and indulge yourself in truly wondrous art. The advantage of online ticket purchasing means you can research into the detail of any showing and find the best price all within the comfort of your own home. Also meaning you can get them as early as you wish without the hassle of fighting your way into box offices or having to purchase over the counter before the show. Most sites include technology that allows you a visual and interactive image of the seating options allowing for a more comfortable and accustomed experience.

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