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What forms of entertainment came up in nineteenth century England to provide leisure activities for the people?
What was the tradition of ‘London Season’? Explain different forms entertainment that came up in nineteenth century England to provide teisure activities for the people.
Forms of entertainment that came up in nineteenth-century England to provide leisure activities for the people were aplenty.
(i) For wealthy Britishers: There was the Annual London season for wealthy Britishers. It was annual cultural event that was held in London including operas, classical music performances,
(ii) Working class people: They usually met in pubs to have a drink, exchange news and sometimes they also organize political meetings to discuss the issues.
(iii) Common people: Several types of large-scale entertainment for the common people came into being. Libraries, art galleries and museums were 19th century to provide people with a sense of history and pride in the achievements of the British.
(iv) Lower classes: Music halls were popular among the lower classes. By the early 20th century cinema became the great entertainment for mixed audience.
(v) Industrial workers: British industrial workers preferred to spend their holidays by the sea, so as to derive the benefits of the sun and bracing winds.
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