dress circle


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dress circle

a tier of seats in a theatre or other auditorium, usually the first gallery above the ground floor

dress circle

In an opera house, theater, or the like, a tier of seats above the main seating area–usually the first or lowest.
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The world premiere was staged in Coventry at the College Theatre, The Butts, last year and the cast recording went on to outsell West End musicals like The Lion King and Phantom of the Opera in London's Dress Circle charts.
Another special Dress Circle guest will be professional photographer Nancy Bundt, who has a particular interest in culinary subjects.
Holiday Extras' (0870 844-4186) new Show and Stay packages in the capital, from pounds 49, include a stalls or dress circle theatre seat, plus overnight B&B at a choice of three and four-star hotels.
A spokesman for the theatre said: "The investigators picked up significant activity in the dress circle, fly floor and in dressing room 12.
Tickets for the stalls and dress circle are priced pounds 20 and gallery seats are pounds 15.
Beasley completed a Group 1 double when he steered the Gai Waterhouse-trained Dress Circle to success in The Metropolitan Handicap over a mile and a half.
I asked at the the ticket office for the best available seat and was given front row of a dead-centre box in the dress circle.
Orchestra seats at the Met cost $65 and $48, not "about 100," and the Dress Circle ($40) is neither uncomfortable nor distant.
Excellent Team Shows - My Buddy, Disco Inferno & Dress Circle
Pictures on Twitter appear to show them sitting in the dress circle for a performance of Book of Mormon in London's West End.
Inside the dress circle and upper circle still remain and despite the changes of use and painting over the tall windows, the exterior remains little altered.