Origin of music hall
Examples from the Web for music hall
But he elected instead to have a very visible affair with a music-hall star.The Real-Life ‘Downton’ Millionairesses Who Changed Britain|Tim Teeman|December 31, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Prebble punctuates the story with outlandish puppetry and other unexpected imagery, as well a kind of English music-hall levity.
The bully of the music-hall shouting "Jingo" had his special audience.The Whirlpool|George Gissing
She was just beautiful––slim and limber and long––what you might imagine a nymph would look like if she got loose in a music-hall.The Cup of Fury|Rupert Hughes
He came out of the music-hall and stood for a moment just outside the foyer, glancing fearfully up and down the rain-swept street.The Yellow Claw|Sax Rohmer
I am very sure that he is never to be seen among the audience at any music-hall, are you, Mr. Curphew?
The critics of the music-hall stage are those favourite comedians who imitate their fellow-actors.Oscar Wilde|Arthur Ransome
British Dictionary definitions for music hall
noun mainly British
- a variety entertainment consisting of songs, comic turns, etcUS and Canadian name: vaudeville
- (as modifier)a music-hall song