Entertainment in England Mgr. Lucia Jureňová. The most popular form of entertainment 6 normal channels : BBC 1,BBC 2, ITV, Channel 4, Channel 5 and S 4C. They are free .
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Entertainment in EnglandMgr. Lucia Jureňová
The most popularformofentertainment
6 normalchannels: BBC 1,BBC 2, ITV, Channel 4, Channel 5 and S 4C.
They are free.
There are severaldigital and satellitechannels – youhave to paytowatchthem. Forexample: UKTV, DiscoveryNetworks, Fox, Eurosport, Shoppingchannels, Internationalchannels.....
Youcanfindcinemas in largercitieslikeLondon, Plymouth, Birmingham, Oxford.....
Eachcinema has two or more screen.
The most interestingmovieisCharlieChaplin(1918).
3 D movie - £ 4 per ticket
The DioramaCinema in Plymouth
Video shops are very popular in England too, because cinemas are very expensive.
You can hire videos from a video shops. They are in every town.
One DVD – about £ 4 for a week.
Most larger towns have got a theatre.
You can see plays or big concerts here.
The most popular musical is Cinderella.
Very famous theatres are in London, Glasgow and Birmingham.
Hamlet - £ 12 per ticket
A lotofvillages and townshave a library.
Youcanborrowalsovideos, CDs and CD-ROMs.
Thebooks are free.
Youcanalsovisittoomanyinterstingplaces in England.
Big Ben is the nickname for the great bell of the clock at the north end of the Palace Westminster in London.
Stonehenge isa prehistoric monument in Wiltshire, England, about 2 miles (3.2 km) west of Amesbury and 8 miles (13 km) north ofSalisbury.
Towerbrigde in LondonStonehenge
In the UK are manynightclubs and manyarenas, whereyoucansee a pop concert.