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Poll: Do you think British theatres should introduce cinema-style adverts?

The move to screen adverts in theatres is being marketed as a "win-win" for venues and advertisers. Photo; Shutterstock The move to screen adverts in theatres is being marketed as a "win-win" for venues and advertisers. Photo: Shutterstock
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Theatres in France are to begin showing adverts on a big screen before stage productions start. They are being billed as a “win-win” for both theatres and advertisers, with theatres able to generate additional advertising revenue as well as promote trailers for their shows.

This week we’re asking: Do you think British theatres should introduce cinema-style adverts?


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