Reviews, interviews and more from London’s biggest and boldest annual arts and entertainment festival
Voice is going local
This Christmas we'll be bringing you festive 'How To...' guides, lists, quizzes, and team thoughts and insights into next year in the art world.
Brexit was one of the biggest and most divisive decisions this country has ever faced
Voice takes a look at homelessness - one of the most pressing issues in the UK right now.
We are taking a look at museums and heritage venues, the exciting and varied jobs they offer and how they deliver Arts Award in creative ways!
If you're completing a Trinity drama qualification we've got you covered, from interviews with industry professionals to guides on how to develop your skills and much more.
From interviews with professionals or guides on alternative careers to advice to help you develop your skills, we’ve got something to inspire you and get you through your Trinity music qualification.
Travel advice, international art and culture, and blog posts from across the seas.
Portfolio examples, guides and extracts from Arts Award participants! What do you think? Anything you would do similar?
Interviews, reviews and features about the arts, culture and creative people to inspire you and kickstart your Arts Award!
How-to guides and top tips from Voice reporters, contributors, and artists to help you complete your Arts Award. Want to write for us? Get in touch at firstname.lastname@example.org
What are you doing to bring positive change into the world?
2017 was the year of the #metoo movement - where people finally said enough is enough to sexual assault and society's blasé attitude towards it.
Voice has gone international and made a stop at Adelaide Fringe!
A selection of reviews of cultural events and workshops written by those participating in an Arts Award qualification.
A selection of the best content published by the Voice team and wider Voice community
Education or training? University v apprenticeship? £9,000 in university fees or earn £3.50 an hour? These are questions many creative 17-18 year olds will be faced with weighing up, and we're collecting opinions on the matter.