What was the entertainment like during the time of 1920-1925?
We are off to London tomorrow to do some shopping then enjoy a nights entertainment in the West End. If you want to be amused you need to come over and watch by little brother learning to ride a bike, its fascinating entertainment. During my time in the prisoner of war camp I was in charge of the entertainment committee trying to stop the troops from getting board.
The main entertainment was simply theatre. Plays were contributed throughout all of the Renaissance. There was also art that many people enjoyed. If you consider sports part of entertainment than Joust Tournaments were a huge part of the Renaissance time period. Tons of Europe citizens gathered at fairs and social gatherings to see jousting occur.
Sports played a large role in ancient Greek entertainment. To this end, the modern Olympics were founded during the time. Ancient Greek entertainment called for four different Olympics each and every year. One area of ancient Greek entertainment that lives on today is street artists. In the city-states of ancient Greece, it was popular to come upon street poets and singers of all variety and ability. This form of entertainment has translated to the future…
One usually doesn't think of entertainment when one thinks of the Dark Ages. However, there were many types of entertainment during this time period. There were feasts and jousting tournaments at court. There was hunting for sport and for necessity. There were plays and fairs that traveled through towns. Finally, there were long festivals and holidays with huge celebrations and church services on Sunday.
During the Great Depression, baseball did not help with the economy. During that time, baseball games were extremely cheap to attend, but the fans did not have the funds to go out and splurge on entertainment. They needed to use their money wisely and that means only on necessities, not for enjoyment.
Entertainment continued to be produced even during World War Two, a time period when tens of millions of people were being killed from war, famine, and intentional genocide. Indeed, it is PRECISELY at troubling times that people most want to be able to forget these difficulties, if only for a few hours, through entertainment. Thus, I see no need to discountinue the production of this entertainment, and all other kinds, after events whose misery is…
Entertainment! There was no entertainment. They did have entertainment but with a little 1950's television. They sometimes went to comedy shows in theatres but that was very rare. In the world war II, everyone was usually up and about running as the bombs fell. So they had no time to watch television. The people's lives meant much more than entertainment. As i said there was little amount of entertainment such as television, not the sky…
People used to go to the theatres a lot if they could afford it, as they had no xbox 360 or DS so that was there form of entertainment. Also the plague was around at this time so lots of people were ill. William Shakespeare was very famous during this period of history as he wrote,directed and acted in plays.