Statistical data set

Ad-hoc statistical analysis: 2015/16 Quarter 3

A list of additional ad-hoc analysis not included in any of our standard publications.

This page lists the ad-hoc statistical releases not included in any of the Department for Culture, Media and Sport’s standard publications released between October - December 2015.

If you would like any further information please contact evidence@culture.gov.uk.

October 2015 - Taking Part: Museum attendance

This release provides analysis from Taking Part, focusing on museums attendance in London.

Taking Part: Museum attendance for London

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November 2015 - Taking Part: Live music attendance and disability

This release provides analysis from Taking Part, focusing on live music attendance and disability.

Taking Part: Live music attendance and disability

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December 2015 - Taking Part: Video game creation and use

This release provides analysis from Taking Part, focusing on video game creation and use among adults in 2014/15.

Taking Part: Video game creation and use

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