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double bill

1. noun A program of two feature-length films shown one after the other, or (by extension) any program featuring two primary events back-to-back. They are showing the original film and its sequel in a fantastic double bill this Friday! Both the governor and state senator will speak as part of a double bill at the fundraising gala later this evening.
2. verb (often hyphenated) To play a film as part of a double feature (i.e., shown immediately before or after another). They're going to double-bill the sequel alongside the original film this Friday.
3. verb To charge separate accounts for the same cost. The lawyer was disbarred for double-billing his clients and the state for dozens of cases during his career.
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Murphy refused to speculate on what attendance they could have drawn for a Croker double bill but added: "Attendances for replays are never usually as high as for the original fixture.
On Thursday (Feb 11) another double bill - this time of the work-in-progress variety - will be made up of Empty Space and Live Lab 2015 bursary winner fanSHEN's new show, Lists for the End of the World and Amy Golding's latest production, Preggers.
This one's another great double bill with from London, Dojo are collective of jazz and reggae musicians from South Africa and the UK whose starkly political 21st century outlook and uncanny talent for melody and harmony are taking reggae from the underground to the mainstream for the first time in a generation.
Our double bill is intended to simulate tuning up and down the dial and running into a chiller, followed by a comedy.
Top price tickets for a Friday evening performance and a Saturday matinee performance of the West End shows of your choice from our fabulous selection - Overnight stay at London's 4 star Tower Guoman Hotel on the banks of the River Thames, with continental breakfast - Free time in London for shopping or sight-seeing - Return coach travel from local departure points throughout North Wales Please note: tickets for Love Never Dies and Dirty Dancing are not available with this Double Bill package Single supplements apply.
But, even if you didn't manage to catch Killer Instinct in time to make it an August double bill, this is a perfectly good stand alone movie in its own right.
The Players have been quick off the mark in planning their next production, a double bill of episodes from Fawlty Towers.
All was finally revealed at the Edinburgh Festival Theatre, where Views on Stage, a 25-minute, superficially serene piece for 13 dancers, received its official world premiere on a double bill with the lush, masterful BIPED.
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What Sebert leaves out of his account is that the Victory was the best place to hear the early punk bands, including the legendary night Rush played on a double bill with the New York Dolls.
Act I of this double bill will be previewed May 14-15, 2005 at the NoHo Theatre & Arts Festival presented by the Antaeus Company at the New Place Studio in North Hollywood.
Heavyweight Cornish will finally get his crack at Sam Sexton for the British best at the Meadowbank Arena while Simmons will square up with UK cruiserweight champ Matty Askin on the October 6 double bill.
The double bill is the perfect opportunity for comedy fans of all ages to see two of their classic sketches, whilst also enjoying an unrivalled viewing experience in one of our modern state-of-theart multiplex cinemas.
But the double bill, I, Peaseblossom/I, Caliban, is theatre creator Tim Crouch's unique interpretation of the Bard's classic texts A Midsummer Nights Dream and The Tempest.