3 August 2022 – 29 August 2022
LUKE WRIGHT: THE REMAINS OF LOGAN DANKWORTH, verse play at EdFringe
Fast-paced, thrilling verse play about marriage and political upheaval, told in blistering verse by one of the UK’s most celebrated poets. The third and final instalment of Fringe First and Stage Award winner Luke Wright’s trilogy.
7 January 2022
Only one country has signed a deal for musicians touring post-Brexit
Prime Minister Boris Johnson has previously said that he wishes to ‘fix’ issues with visas caused by Brexit, which would have allowed musicians to tour Europe without a permit, but many deals are yet to be negotiated.
27 October 2021
Elton John condemns government’s treatment of the arts in Brexit deal
The pop icon has said that the government’s treatment of the arts sector is “so f*****g disgusting”.
19 May 2021
An inactive UK government are criticised for the Brexit touring fiasco
The government has been heavily criticised by high profile figures within the music industry over the continued lack of action and clarity over the Brexit touring case.
19 February 2021
Call for Government to support £1 billion opportunity for British music exports
The BPI issues a report directed at the Government to support British music exports.
18 January 2021
A Post-Brexit Arts World: Free live webinar with Creative Youth
Creative Youth is hosting a free webinar discussing A Post-Brexit Arts World on Monday 18 January, 7pm GMT, live on Zoom.
13 November 2020
Joe Biden's victory deserves celebration, but how democratic is democracy in the UK & USA?
After days of waiting the 2020 American election winner was finally announced, but its results were immediately undermined by outgoing POTUS Donald Trump. Based on false accusations, Trump’s accusations revealed holes within American democracy
17 November 2020
Hangout with Voice: The arts in 2025 - continued...
The world has changed, the world is changing. The arts and artists have always been at the forefront of revolution, they instigate change, they respond to change.
24 June 2020
Hangout with Voice - the arts in 2025
Discuss the future of the arts with us on Wednesday
10 June 2020
Migration means resilience and strength, says producer Joanna Suchomska
Brightest and Best reveals the often untold story of migrants
27 February 2020
ISM berates Government over musicians’ ability to work post-Brexit
New immigration regulations could threaten the £111bn the creative arts contribute to the economy.
31 January 2020
The United Kingdom is leaving the European Union today
It has been 1,317 days since Britain voted for the unknown and the future is still uncertain
27 January 2020
Brexit and You: the likely costs of leaving
Out of some mix of morbid curiosity and twisted sense of duty, I have forced myself to wade through horrendous political jargon to find things to translate into human-speak.
7 January 2020
Poet Luke Wright on politics, performance poetry and his new touring show
"I wanted to create a personal story that reflected the attitudes being displayed in a wider political narrative."
13 December 2019
Conservative Party wins majority in general election
Boris Johnson secures enough votes to form a government following a divisive campaign
3 December 2019
It's hard to make Brexit funny without slagging someone off, says comedian Laura Lexx
"We’re all environmental hypocrites, none of us completely understand what it is to be someone else and we’re all scared of saying the wrong thing. The best way to burst that awkward bubble is to show your flaws and still try."
21 November 2019
GE2019: Conservative Party manifesto breakdown
We pull out the key policies from the Conservative Party manifesto, examining what they have to say on education, culture, young people and Brexit.
21 November 2019
GE2019: Green Party manifesto breakdown
We pull out the key policies from the Green Party manifesto, examining what they have to say on education, culture, young people and Brexit.