Evolution of tickets
Prior to 1980 a theatre used to be with a capacity of over 800 seats in different divisions, including the front-stall, back-stall, dress-circle, lodge and etc., with different prices set for each category. Alongside the change of times came the change of the mode of theatre management, big theatres have been redeveloped into mini-theatres with multiple screens. Nowadays there are only general seats (or hall seats) in the mini-theatres together with "wing-boxes" for couples in love, with tickets being charged at a standardized price.
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