Tuesday, June 16, 2009

Entertainment and Recreation's History

The entertainment was more vibrant during the 1860s. Musical shows and theatres in big halls used to take place. The films were shot that used to be on a film strip. There were no cinemas at that moment. Later on when the video cassettes and video cameras were invented, the era of films began. This gave rise to the cinema industry. The entertainment of 1920s and entertainment of 1940s is what we see in today’s theatres and movies. The history of entertainment and recreation tells us that there were many forms of new music that took birth during these eras. Entertainment in the time of Anglo-Saxons was primarily based upon fighting and Knight riders. The boys and girls had different habits.