- a series of entertainments, such as singing, dancing, and comedy acts, performed in
Example Sentences Including 'floor show'
As for the floor show , it'll be more Phoenix Nights than Caesar's Palace.
Sun, News of the World (2004)
In Taormina, Sicily's jetset playground near Mount Etna, we took a sundown pew in a Roman amphitheatre to watch nature's floor show.
In my fantasy it was packed, with raised tiers of tables so that everyone could see the floor show , like in a 1930s nightclub.
Not a floor show , sadly, but a ROOF show -a bizarre sketch in a lift that's three times bigger than usual.
Sun, News of the World (2001)
Over coffee the Heath-Morecomb floor show continued in apparently undiminished fascination.
C B Greenfield - A Little Madness
Time was me and Conroy'd drive to the Ambassador, get dinner and a floor show.
MR STARLIGHT (2004)
`Looks like we're going to have a floor show to test our nerves," he said.
Somewhere East of Life
``There's no need to put a floor show on out in the weighing room,' Hackett declared.
Courier, Sunday Mail (2005)
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