The opening chapter is a fascinating analysis of why and how audiences should be studied through a thought-provoking explanation of burning issues in contemporary Welsh culture. The angle is distinctly academic in slant, but the study’s relevance to contemporary issues of arts and funding agendas has a gripping effect. Sedgman goes on in her second […]
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The Ape on the Rock

Kirsty Sedgman

PUBLISHED ON: 25/07/17


In taxis and nightclubs. On railway bridges and in libraries. Walking through a British military range in the Brecon Beacons, or investigating a terra …

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