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amphitheatre

(US), amphitheater
1. a building, usually circular or oval, in which tiers of seats rise from a central open arena, as in those of ancient Rome
2. any level circular area of ground surrounded by higher ground
3. 
a. the first tier of seats in the gallery of a theatre
b. any similarly designated seating area in a theatre
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lt;BThe restored ampitheatre at Wharton Park, Durham, and below, new play equipment
We sit on the whitewashed steps of an ampitheatre as the delicate silk banner is hoisted up and slowly unfurled, a bang of the gong marking each unravel.
The first event of its kind in the UAE, the Etisalat Dubai Kids' Run saw over 2,000 children and their parents gather on the weekend of March 20 at the Dubai Media City Ampitheatre.
Find outall you need to know about who will be performing, navigate your way round the Media City Ampitheatre and how tobuy tickets.
An outdoor ampitheatre can also be used for film screenings and events.
There will also be a silent auction at the event, which will be held at the Hoku Ampitheatre.
A large shopping mall, an Arabic souk-style night market, a 250-room hotel an ampitheatre for 30,000 people and a marina that can accomodate large yachts
Muscat: After winning accolades for Best Bollywood track of 2011 for the Akon collaboration, Chammak Challo , India's leading music composer and director duo, Vishal Dadlani and Shekhar Ravjani, acclaimed for their soulful sensational Bollywood music numbers, set the stage on fire with their scintillating performance at the City Ampitheatre, Qurum on November 7.
The last four holes are as dramatic a risk-reward finish as you could imagine with a combination of a natural ampitheatre.
Celebrity UK chef Gizze Erskine held a media cooking masterclass at the Taste of Dubai Festival held at the Media City Ampitheatre from 14-16 March.
Cultural events during the summer include open-air concerts at the Roman Ampitheatre, such as the Verdi Festival of Opera each June.