This image illustrates a bar chart that talks about the attendance at different types of cultural events in Britain from 1999 to 2000. It is measured in percentage of population. Cinemas have the highest attendance rates, at over 55 percent. This is followed by plays and art galleries at around 22 percent, while classical music is at 12 percent. Around 6 percent of the British population attends the ballet and opera, whereas other dance has the lowest attendance rates at only 4 percent.