Workshop Two

Sound Bites
Jack Windle, one of the Performing the Past project assistants, talks to delegates about their experiences of combining heritage and performance at our second workshop in Barnsley.

  • Amy Beard, Artistic Director (Point Blank Theatre Company)
  • Bridie Moore, PhD Student (School of English, University of Sheffield)

The day in pictures (all images by Ollie Jones)
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John Tanner outlines plans for the new Experience Barnsley museum

John Tanner outlines plans for the new Experience Barnsley museum

l to r; Mark Westgarth, Grace Tebbutt, Tiffany Webster, Jack Windle

l to r; Mark Westgarth, Grace Tebbutt, Tiffany Webster, Jack Windle

Grace Tebbutt

Grace Tebbutt

Kate Giles

Kate Giles

Jonathan Pitches

Jonathan Pitches

Mark Westgarth and Liz Carnegie take questions after their talks

Mark Westgarth and Liz Carnegie take questions after their talks

Mark Westgarth places his trust in the group as he passes round his treasured Christmas present, an antique daguerreotype in original frame, to illustrate his talk on haptic responses to objects

Mark Westgarth places his trust in the group as he passes round his treasured Christmas present, an antique daguerreotype in original frame, to illustrate his talk on haptic responses to objects

Helen Smith with Mark’s photo

Helen Smith with Mark’s photo

Jonathan Pitches with Mark’s photo

Jonathan Pitches with Mark’s photo

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Jack Windle presents his research into the long-lived Songs of Joseph Mather

Jack Windle presents his research into the long-lived Songs of Joseph Mather

Grace Tebbutt explores the role of costumed performance at Manor Lodge

Grace Tebbutt explores the role of costumed performance at Manor Lodge

Helen Smith and Catherine O’Byrne discuss their new projects, ‘Stories of Activism’ and ‘The Commonwealth Café’

Helen Smith and Catherine O’Byrne discuss their new projects, ‘Stories of Activism’ and ‘The Commonwealth Café’

Jayne Rimmer discusses the excavations at Hungate in York

Jayne Rimmer discusses the excavations at Hungate in York

Jon Kenny explains how archaeology became a form of ‘performance’ at Hungate

Jon Kenny explains how archaeology became a form of ‘performance’ at Hungate