7 August 2021
Voice Verdicts: Van Morrison and A-Level students
This week we have bygone musician Sir Van Morrison and valiant A-Level students.
2 August 2021
Voice Verdicts: Simone Biles and DaBaby
This week we have admirable athlete Simone Biles and juvenile rapper DaBaby.
24 July 2021
Voice Verdicts: Dawn Butler and Jeff Bezos
A new series that issues judgements against the best and worst of our society from the week’s news.
24 June 2021
Taking control on Father‘s Day
Father’s Day can be a time to show a male figure in your life a form of appreciation… it doesn’t have to be the one you were born with.
21 May 2021
Prince Harry and James Corden are two sides of the same coin
Once representatives of Britishness in its highest and humblest forms respectively, Prince Harry and James Corden have become Americanised and marketed to annoying effect.
10 May 2021
Things Heard & Seen review
Released onto Netflix on 29 April, new thriller ghost story ‘Things Seen and Heard’ is a gripping watch. In this review I share my thoughts!
5 April 2021
Systemic dismissal of non-white names in media needs to end
Actress Thandiwe Newton’s reclaiming of her Zimbabwean name is the latest proof that the media and entertainment industry holds little regard for non-white names.
17 March 2021
Women's History Month
Modernity is not what it seems
8 March 2021
Is femininity sometimes misinterpreted as weakness?
Why do so many women feel the need to imitate men to be taken seriously?
17 February 2021
How the world failed Britney: A review of the Framing Britney Documentary
America’s sweetheart turned into America’s number one problem in what seemed like overnight, but Britney Spears wasn’t the problem, it was the world that she brought into.
19 November 2020
How to not let bullying define you
Five helpful tips for people of all ages, on how to navigate the emotional toll that bullying can have on you.
18 November 2020
A review of Instagram’s anti-bullying features
Bullying online is hard to spot and even harder to stop: is Instagram doing enough to prevent harassment, bullying and trolls?
4 November 2019
Voice Views: What's Your Top Pageturner?
From Harry Potter to The Book Thief and sci-fi to historical fiction, this month we’re asking what book are you unable to put down, and why?
11 June 2019
Theatres: where is the youth?
With ticket prices as high as ever, theatres need to step-up their game if they want to attract younger generations of audience members.
15 March 2019
Brexit: Voice team takes
Quick takes from some Voice Contributors over the Brexit shambles
15 March 2019
Brexit’s like a box of chocolates...
Theresa May’s deal has been voted down again. Now here’s an analogy we can all get behind
1 April 2018
Arts Award Debate: High cost theatre courses!
Hello everyone. I am collecting a survey for my gold arts award debate. I would be very grateful if you can fill in my survey. It only takes a few minutes!
No Pay: No Way: A debate regarding overpriced theatre courses which are denying young people from low-income backgrounds the chance to develop skills and knowledge in acting and theatre.
5 January 2018
Top 10 Fiction Books of 2017
We look at the best books to hit the shelves in the past 12 months