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She had tickets to see the new show at the Aldwych Theatre.
The show features three new actors in the main roles.
She walked out three days before the show was due to open.
She only had a small part but she stole the show.
It’s the funniest comedy show on television.
I listened to a Radio 2 show hosted by Paul Jones.
They spend their days watching game shows.
a fashion/flower show
The interview turned out to be quite a show.
The attack was clearly intended as a show of force.
In a rare show of unity, both Catholic and Protestant leaders appeared together at yesterday’s peace rally.
They made a show of affection for the sake of the children.
The kisses and warm words were clearly just for show.
Later on I regretted hiring him as he was just all show and no go.