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fleapit

Informal a shabby cinema or theatre
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Having worked in "some fairly major fleapits in various countries", the chance to work at a new venue was "fabulous".
Deutsch and his Odeon chain took the whole industry to a new level of comfort and a glamour, a direction that all the other cinema owners had to abandon their fleapits and follow.
Fleapits Junior Disprol collaborated on the EP as did Nobstanutts from Swansea's Head Case Ladz and Potato Skinz' Ruffstylz.
have reached such a wide audience in the fleapits of the
Holidays won't cost a pharaoh's ransom - five-star resort hotels in the Nile cities of Luxor and Aswan are cheaper than three-star fleapits around the Med.
Conjuring up images of dusty old fleapits and jokes older than the combined age of Cliff Richard's fanbase, the prospect of taking my children to a panto - something I last experienced, as a child, in about 1979 - was about as appetising as lard.
...nights out: Wan Chai, on Hong Kong Island, is packed with bars and clubs, many of them English pub-style.But hey, you're in Hong Kong, so for a more authentic Asian scene visit Chungking Mansions for the cheapest curries and craic among the fleapits and flop houses off Nathan Road.
Not so canny were Led Zeppelin who packed out the fleapits in 1976 with the risible The Song Remains the Same, a con-cert recorded at Madison Square Gardens in 1973 when Bonzo, Percy, Satan and Smudge were the biggest band on the planet.