Category Archives: Spectatorship

Bradford Alhambra: ‘archive of our affections’

Like many people, my first experience of attending theatre was the school play, the occasional musical and, in particular, the annual Christmas pantomime. The venue for the latter was the Bradford Alhambra in my home county of West Yorkshire. Built … Continue reading

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Theatre Spectatorship and Value Attribution

Over the past few months I’ve been involved in a funded project called ‘Theatre Spectatorship and Value Attribution’. It’s a research study looking at how theatre audiences value the experience of attending performances. The focus is on the self-reported description … Continue reading

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