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View synonyms for music hall

music hall

noun

  1. an auditorium for concerts and musical entertainments.
  2. a vaudeville or variety theater.


music hall

noun

    1. a variety entertainment consisting of songs, comic turns, etc US and Canadian namevaudeville
    2. ( as modifier )

      a music-hall song

  1. a theatre at which such entertainments are staged


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Word History and Origins

Origin of music hall1

First recorded in 1835–45
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Example Sentences

He found solace by attending vaudeville shows in music halls.

But he elected instead to have a very visible affair with a music-hall star.

As I watch the woman who had been so quiet earlier dance freely around the stage at Radio City Music Hall, I know the answer.

Finally, the 12th and final act performed, a man that all of Radio City Music Hall was aware of except me, apparently.

Also one time Bon Iver performed in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, at the Music Hall, which serves PBR on draft—essentially peak hipster.

KS: The first film you ever saw was Gigi at Radio City Music Hall, when your mother took you as a little girl.

There is one large music-hall, and a number of cinematograph shows combined with variety entertainments.

It is sad to find how many of the old favourites of the music-hall fall upon evil times, and even die in the workhouse.

When I feel my feet a bit I shall get some music-hall people down here for week-ends, and all that sort of thing.

Perhaps, perhaps——He turned towards Riggleton, who was pouring out a glass of champagne and humming a popular music-hall song.

Through Brook Street to the upper Bohemian quarter, where third-rate music-hall artists appear.

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