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greenroom

(esp formerly) a backstage room in a theatre where performers may rest or receive visitors
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The Greenroom, Duke Street, Liverpool, 0870 787 1866 - Sat, 24 Aug That'll Be The Day Prepare for a nostalgia extravaganza as the UK's No.1 Rock & Roll variety production returns with the best of That'll Be The Day!
The research commissioned by Greenroom Investments found pension participation among Ireland's younger workforce is very poor, particularly where employees do not have the option to join an employer scheme.
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They also met in the greenroom of the Nazrul Mancha auditorium during the occasion and had a short unscheduled one-on-one meeting.
Tickets from PS18, 01642 525199 for more informatio| TOMORROW Stockton's | Georgian Theatre and GreenRoom prepare to honour the memory of former BBC Radio 1 DJ and broadcaster John Peel with a line up of bands from across the country.
In the greenroom we designed for this year's Oscar's ceremony, we put an iPad on a tripod, and it allowed people easy access to a Twitter camera.
Most recently Hudson Furniture was chosen to furnish and shape the atmosphere of the 2014 Architectural Digest Greenroom at the 2014 Oscars.
PJ Proby plus Bobby Kaye (The Greenroom, Duke Street).
There's a talkshow greenroom stocked with Foster's beer, Tim Tam biscuits and Vegemite sandwiches.
While officials and the original sculptor were initially dismayed by this greenroom detournement, they have come to see some value in it.
One day, as our group gathered in the greenroom tuning our instruments, and as the guitar player puffed his 33rd cigarette of the day, a scrawny blond kid walked diffidently to the practice piano, sat down and began noodling around.
This traversal is the theme of "The Greenroom: Reconsidering the Documentary and Contemporary Art," recently launched at Bard College's Center for Curatorial Studies and Art in Contemporary Culture.