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Uk: A Slowdown In The Uk Economy Has Spelt Closures For Some Productions I...

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By Reuters

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(SOUNDBITE) (English) TERRI PADDOCK, EDITOR OF WHATSONSTAGE.COM, SAYING: "Theatre doesn't exist in isolation we're all affected by the economic downturn. Theatregoers are people like you and me we are looking at ways to save money and looking at ways at cutting back. People who maybe go to the theatre once or twice a year perhaps they will consider going at all. People who identify themselves as regular theatregoers I think they won't stop going to the theatre but they should be looking to spend their money better they'll be more selective about what their seeing. There are very few shows that you pay full price for so do shop around." LONDON, ENGLAND, UNITED KINGDOM (OCTOBER 23, 2008) (REUTERS) BACK VIEW OF COUPLE LOOKING AT ELECTRONIC SIGN AT HALF-PRICE TICKET BOOTH IN LEICESTER SQUARE (SOUNDBITE) (English) MARTIN CURRENTLY LIVING IN AFGHANISTAN, SAYING: "We're just trying to decide whether we want to see a musical or comedy. REPORTER ASKS WHY MUSICAL OR COMEDY? TRACY FROM ESSEX, SAYING: "It's just something a little light isn't it." CLOSE OF TICKETS TO "YEAR OF MAGICAL THINKING" (SOUNDBITE) (English) ROBERT, FROM SWEDEN, SAYING: "You have to think twice, it's about the currency rate (as well)." (SOUNDBITE) (English) ALICIA, THEATRE STUDENT, SAYING: "'We Will Rock You' we went to see that last night and it was dead, it was really empty. And you think it's in the Dominion Theatre, it's a big production, it's in the West End and people just don't go anymore. And it's such a shame. You you come down to get half-price tickets and they're 25 per cent off and they're still expensive and it does make you think, well, I'm not going to go because I can't afford to." TWO WOMEN LOOKING AT BOARD WITH THEATRE TITLES LONDON, ENGLAND, UNITED KINGDOM (OCTOBER 24, 2008) (REUTERS) (SOUNDBITE) (English) ALISTAIR SMITH, EDITOR OF THE STAGE MAGAZINE, SAYING: "I think as well as this idea of the credit crunch being a nice news story i.e. credit crunch affecting the West End, I'd say it was an easy excuse for someone whose show closes early. If your show closes early, it's much easier to say because of the credit crunch and because it wasn't good enough."
Dateline: 2008

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