11 October 2022
Protect us from online dangers, young people tell uk politicians
Young people push for UK politicians at party conferences to deliver online safety laws immediately.
1 October 2022
Dropped Tea Theatre return with highly successful ‘KNOCK DOWN’ project
A new 2022 collaboration with Brixton House, highlighting Brixton’s history and personal stories via weekend-long performance promenade across the local area.
26 September 2022
Strikes to wipe out almost all services from 1 October
Train drivers are set to go on strike in October over pay dispute, impacting thousands across Great Britain.
21 September 2022
New show ‘That’s Not My Name’ opens this October
Sammy Trotman opens her new show, 'That's Not My Name', at the Bread and Roses Theatre in London this October.
18 September 2022
Who is King Charles III?
A look at the new King of the United Kingdom.
15 September 2022
The Comedy Women in Print Prize 2022/23
A charity celebrating and supporting the UK's best female comedy voices, shining a light on witty and diverse female voices.
14 September 2022
Save 22% on music ebooks with Trinity College London
Stock up on music ebooks with the mid year sale, but act quick – this sale ends soon!
9 September 2022
Queen Elizabeth II obituary
Her Majesty, Queen Elizabeth II has died aged 96.
8 September 2022
A statement from Voice Magazine
Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II has passed away, aged 96.
5 September 2022
Liz Truss will be the new prime minister of the United Kingdom
Conservative party members have chosen Liz Truss over former chancellor Rishi Sunak
2 September 2022
Free resources available for music students
Trinity College London are making resources available to students looking to start a new instrument
27 July 2022
More children are turning to Childline struggling with eating and body image
Childline, the counselling service run by the NSPCC, has released new data showing an increase in the number of young people with concerns about eating and body image.
14 July 2022
Unions threaten a summer of strikes as the cost of living crisis worsens
A look into potential union strikes in response to the cost of living crisis and how increasing wages could benefit the economy, not increase prices for consumers.
7 July 2022
Boris Johnson resigns as Prime Minister
In a statement outside No. 10 Boris Johnson announced he was standing down as Prime Minister.
6 July 2022
Sunak and Javid resignations plunge UK government into crisis
The resignation of Chancellor Rishi Sunak and Health Secretary Sajid Javid has put the PM in a precarious position.
20 June 2022
“Severe disruption” to rail travel is expected amongst tube and rail strikes
On Tuesday, over 50,000 railway workers will strike over funding disputes. This will be followed by two additional strikes on Thursday and Saturday.
14 June 2022
0.0034% announced as winner of Voice’s Brighton Fringe Best Newcomer Award
This sharp sci-fi social commentary impressed our reviewer, and asked important questions around what it means to be human and the value we place on it.
1 June 2022
Bradford named City of Culture 2025
The culture secretary made the announcement on BBC One’s The One Show.