Workshop One

Sound bites

Jack Windle, one of the Performing the Past project assistants, talks to delegates about their expectations of the project and their reactions to the tour of the mine at the National Coal Mining Museum:-

  • Dave Forrest, Lecturer in Film Studies (School of English, University of Sheffield)
  • Grace Tebbutt, Community History Project Officer (Green Estate)
  • Ian Trowell, Archivist (National Fairground Archive, University of Sheffield)
  • Rebecca Wood, Visiting Lecturer in Museum Studies (School of Fine Art, History of Art and Cultural Studies, University of Leeds)

The day in pictures (all images by Ceri Pitches)

Jonathan Pitches introduces the new project website

Jonathan Pitches introduces the new project website

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Ollie Jones discusses the findings of his PhD research, which looked at temporary performances spaces used by the Queen’s Men in Elizabethan England

Ollie Jones discusses the findings of his PhD research, which looked at temporary performances spaces used by the Queen’s Men in Elizabethan England

Kate Giles

Kate Giles

Polly Williams describes her experiences of investigating the use of performance at the National Coal Mining Museum

Polly Williams describes her experiences of investigating the use of performance at the National Coal Mining Museum

Amy Beard and Steve Jackson from Point Blank read an extract from All Sorts of Wickedness, a play devised based on research carried out by the University of Sheffield

Amy Beard and Steve Jackson from Point Blank read an extract from All Sorts of Wickedness, a play devised based on research carried out by the University of Sheffield

L to R: Vicky Crewe, Steve Jackson, Dawn Hadley, Amy Beard

L to R: Vicky Crewe, Steve Jackson, Dawn Hadley, Amy Beard

Jonathan Pitches

Jonathan Pitches

Jonathan Pitches considers the relationship between theatre and archaeology

Jonathan Pitches considers the relationship between theatre and archaeology