Bradford Producing Hub’s Year 3 Evaluation Report


Photo from BPH Make Work Artist, Yuvel Soria's performance, AJAYU Transitorio. Image feature's a black man in traditional Bolivian dress holding a dance pose.

“There is a magic about Bradford you rarely find in other places and dreams have room to flourish here.”

Bradford Producing Hub’s Year 3 Evaluation Report

At Bradford Producing Hub (BPH) we’re now in our 4th year, and this report evaluates year 3 of our activity.

BPH is a pilot project, four years in duration and funded by Arts Council England, Bradford Council and others. Our objective is to ensure that Bradford becomes a creative city with live art and performance “happening all the time”.

This report finds that the project continues to deliver an inclusive, responsive, and successful programme of talent development and
support for the live arts sector in Bradford, despite a number of challenges this year.

BPH has continued to provide diverse, wide-reaching, high-quality events, training sessions, and tailored support that receives glowing praise from the sector. In Year 3, we continue to see the skills, knowledge and confidence of individuals and organisations engaging with BPH increase.

We invite you to read the full report via the download links below. A summary of this report is also available. If you would like to get in touch about anything contained within this report, or have any comments or feedback, you can get in touch by emailing us at hello@bdproducinghub.co.uk


Image credit: Bradford Producing Hub’s Make Work commission, AJAYU Transitorio by Yuvel Soria. Photography by Anna Miller.

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