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Why is a hospital theatre called a theatre?

In the past hospital theatres were more like drama theatres. The operation would take place in the centre of a room surrounded by tiered seats and various people (presumably o (MORE)

How are film scripts and theatre scripts different?

Film scripts are usually set, for example Chris "oh dear!" the actor couldn't say "oh no!" Where as theatre scripts are more relaxed. Film scripts also give scene change (MORE)

What is holy theatre and deadly theatre?

The holy theatre and deadly theatre are titles of two of the four essays on theatrical performance in Peter Brook's "The Empty Space". The first is the "deadly theatre" that r (MORE)

Where is the bbc?

The BBC has several stake holders, the British Public, the British Government, the people who listen to the international broadcasts, the program makers, the actors and the BB (MORE)

Why do the BBC have no advertisements?

The BBC is funded by the sale of television licences (you have  to have a TV licence to watch TV in the UK). Other broadcasters  have to find other sources of funding, and m (MORE)