22 March 2022
World Poetry Day: How poetry and music are perfectly intertwined
The two artforms are closer than you think, and borrow a lot from each other to become cultural phenomena.
22 March 2022
Review: Crescent City Book 2 - House of Sky and Breath by Sarah J. Maas
House of Sky and Breath is a sensational fantasy novel with an exhilarating plot and an unforgettable cast of characters.
15 March 2022
Why are we ignoring Oxford commas?
An insight into the Oxford comma - perhaps the Marmite of linguistics.
9 March 2022
Bristol Old Vic's Wuthering Heights
Review on Emma Rice's breathtaking stage adaption of novel 'Wuthering Heights' by Emily Brontë.
3 March 2022
World Book Day: Favourite childhood books
The Voice team reflect on some of their favourite childhood reading
24 February 2022
Hajra Bibi | TrinityTalent 2021
TrinityTalent celebrates Arts Award achiever Hajra for Leadership.
21 February 2022 – 28 February 2022
Apply to the Watersprite Film Festival Media Team
If you live near Cambridge and love film, apply to become part of the Watersprite Festival Media Team!
17 February 2022
Some musical picks for Edinburgh Fringe Festival 2022
Edinburgh Fringe Festival makes its triumphant return this year to celebrate it’s seventy-fifth anniversary. 3,000+ acts are performing though which makes it easy to be inundated, so here are my top picks as a Fringe newbie to check out.
29 January 2022
Commander Vimes' boot theory: Terry Pratchett and poverty campaigning
With a cost of living crisis caused in part by rising inflation, poverty activist Jack Monroe has composed a new price index named after a quote from Terry Pratchett's Commander Vimes.
25 January 2022
Review: Stories with Spirit retells Cinderella
Five storytellers share their versions of the classic fairytale, ranging from the vulgar to the spiritual.
20 January 2022
Voice Retrospects: Skulduggery Pleasant
Inventive, charismatic, and wonderfully written, the Skulduggery Pleasant series is the pinnacle of YA fiction.
20 January 2022
Through the Ages: The 4 Years that Changed the World Forever (Part 1)
How the First World War changed attitudes towards society, and how musicians scrutinised it.
13 January 2022 – 21 January 2022
Write for Noises Off
Be a part of the Noises Off team and expand your experiences as a journalist!
11 January 2022 – 31 December 2022
Start a crowdfunding campaign for your creative work
Create and curate events beyond the expected: create your crowdfunding campaign on Eventual
10 January 2022
Reset the stage: How Eventual is changing the model of live events
How will people consume culture after the pandemic? That was one of the motivations behind Eventual, a platform on a mission to diversify and democratise the arts and entertainment industry.
3 January 2022 – 10 January 2022
Become a Libraries Relationship Manager with Arts Council England
Do you believe in the power of libraries? Are you interested in the wider cultural sector in England and the challenges it faces today? Arts Council England might be looking for you!
28 December 2021
Top 10 books of 2021
It’s not all about streaming… delve into our literary favourites of 2021.
26 December 2021
Good To Know: How was A Clockwork Orange’s iconic cover designed?
Discover the designer behind the novel’s iconic cover