It’s hard to believe it’s been over a week since our first London Penny Readings ; we’re still all on a Dickensian, shared-reading-on-a- massive-scale high and suspect that most of attendees are feeling the same way, looking at the quite astounding results of our audience feedback.
A staggering 92% of audience members who responded to our feedback forms said that they enjoyed the event ‘very much’ (with nobody ticking the ‘not very much’ or ‘not at all boxes’) – and given the array of talented readers and incredibly entertaining performers, it’s not hard to see why we got such an enthusiastic response.
Indeed, there was a lot on offer to enjoy and we’re thrilled to say that every aspect went down a storm – it’s especially heartening to find that 93% of audience respondents said they enjoyed the readings most; given that reading aloud is at the very heart of the Dickensian tradition the Penny Readings adheres to, it’s brilliant to know that it is as timeless as ever (we like to think that Dickens would be very proud indeed).
So worth the trip, you were all brilliant. What a buzz and what connections!
A great afternoon’s real entertainment.
Interesting to see the other people who came and the enthusiasm.
A really enjoyable afternoon.
Absolutely fantastic. Here’s hoping there will be many more Penny Readings in the future…
(Also, you can read a first-hand audience perspective of the event on this lovely blog: Mrs Miniver’s Daughter)