Theatres Offer So Much More
Let’s talk Theatre. How many of you have seen, or would like to see your favourite band/singer live? How many of you have reasonably regular trips to the cinema? How many of you go to the theatre? Now obviously I don’t know the exact answer to these questions because this is one way communication. So have fun answering them yourselves. The point is that Theatre tickets are collecting dust. Now in a stereotyped and generalised way this would sound like a reasonable trend. Because Theatre is a highbrow and expensive form of art that pretentious and well-mannered individuals attend in order to prove to themselves that they are middle class or higher. However this is complete nonsense.
Theatre acts in very much the same way as a cinema. There are as many films on choice as there are plays. Cinema invites you down the sticky, crispy aisles of heavily edited, two dimensional entertainment, where you might be subject to having bits of food thrown at you or if you’re lucky, just a bit of light hearted verbal abuse whilst everyone around you obliviously slurps and munches on their film-time snacks. Ok I’m getting carried away but you get the point. Theatre tickets pave the way to a truly unique experience, surrounded with an incredible atmosphere of hand-on-mouth people and completely live and up-close drama. Ok you see what I’m trying to do here but you’re old enough to make the right decisions. I’m just trying to give Theatre some much deserved awareness.
With the ever so useful world wide web it’s now easier than ever to find details on the perfect play, at the right price, in the right seat in the comfort of your own home, or wherever you accessing the internet. If you want you can even wave goodbye to buying Theatre tickets over the counter of the grubby old box-office (yes I like emotive language) or get the leftovers because you turned up late at the theatre and now you have to sit behind the pillar on the 113th row. Assuming of course a theatre can have 113 rows. Just to give you a bit of interest you may be delighted to hear that current plays in the UK include Shrek, Rock of ages, Billy Elliot, Mamma Mia, the Lion King and many more. So go book some theatre tickets online and see for yourself what you’ve been missing or simply haven’t had enough of.
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