A theater in which vaudeville is staged; SYN. vaudeville theater, vaudeville theatre.
British light theatrical entertainment, in which singers, dancers, comedians, and acrobats perform in “turns”. The music hall’s heyday was at the beginning of the 20th century, with such artistes as Marie Lloyd, Harry Lauder, and George Formby. The US equivalent is vaudeville.
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