If there is one thing London theatregoers can agree on, it must be that the price of interval drinks and ice creams is outrageous. A new
survey suggests an average price of £4.70 for a glass of wine and £3.27 for an ice cream. But the detail behind these numbers is worth considering.
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Tagged ATG, cameron mackintosh, Delfont Mackintosh, emirates, ice cream, interval, Lloyd Webber, Nederlander, Nimax, Odeon, old vic, programmes, RUG, Vue, Waley-Cohen, wine |
As the football season kicks off in earnest with the Premier League’s first round of matches, we examine the main ticketing difference between the Premier League and the West End: the season ticket.
Posted in musicals, Theatre |
Tagged arsenal, book of mormon, Chelsea, Dennis Bergkamp, Dirty Rotten Scoundrels, elphaba, emirates, kerry ellis, King Charles III, Let It Be, Liverpool, Man Utd, paul clarkson, Robert Lindsay, Royal Albert Hall, season ticket, season tickets, Speed The Plow, theatre, Thriller Live, Tottenham, West End, wicked, Will Gompertz, Wolf Hall |
Why do airlines use their expensive assets so much more efficiently than entertainment venues? And how do stadiums, arenas, theatres and cinemas compare?
Posted in Economics, Theatre |
Tagged airline, arena, arsenal, asset, asset utilisation, cinema, emirates, gigs, ryanair, stadium, the 02, theatre, utilization, wembley |