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Audience Figures
Saturday 18th October 2014

SOSAC needs your help

We would like to obtain audience figures from all our member groups and societies on your events to build a more accurate picture of how amateur arts is flourishing in our town.

If your group can give us information for attendance or footfall your events in the year have received this would be greatly received and will help to fashion the work we do with the council and in turn affect the financial grant disbursement we can make hopefully for the better.

We won't require figures for any performances held in the Palace, Cliffs Pavilion or Dixon Studio as they collect that information from ticket sales.

We hope that providing a more accurate picture it will help us to focus better going forward.

Please send your figures to

We thank-you in advance for your co-operation with this exercise.

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