Festoon curtain | Article about festoon curtain by The Free Dictionary
festoon curtain, festoon drape
A front curtain on the stage of a theater; raised by lines which pass through rings attached to the reverse side; when raised, the curtain remains partly visible, hanging in swags and framing the stage.
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There's a working festoon curtain
in front of the screen, and an organ that can be powered to rise up and go back down again.
Don Parr, 73, and friends spent 14 months kitting out the shed with festoon curtains
, flock wallpaper, aisle lights and traditional tip-up seats for 15 people.
Tip-up seats, festoon curtains
, flock wallpaper and even aisle lights - it's got the lot, but on a smaller scale to the real thing.