One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
Used to say that a performance or event will be successful even if the preparations have not gone well.‘the organizers assure everyone that it will all be all right on the night’
- ‘'Not to worry,' I told myself, 'It'll be all right on the night.'’
- ‘The rehearsal went badly, but it'll be all right on the night.’
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