Voicemag.uk is our arts and culture magazine for young people and is the core of our work. The magazine is led by a young editorial team who cover arts and society with young people’s issues and interests at the fore. We support aspiring young journalists through our Voice Contributors programme and offer training placements to media undergraduates. We train young reviewers to cover major events and festivals. Voice is an open platform for any young person to publish reviews, opinions and their own creative work.

Voice’s Creative Careers section offers over 1,000 interviews with artists and professionals to help young people find routes into cultural training and jobs.

The Voice Outreach programme supports young people with less access to the arts to explore and enjoy their local offer.

Arts Award Voice is a dedicated area for young people working towards their Arts Award.

Do take a look round for yourself, and hear from young people about the impact of working on the magazine.

If you know young people who might like to work with us, please point them to the Voice Contributor sign up page.

Interested in having young reviewers cover your events or festivals? Please get in touch

Organisations can register on Voice to share opportunities and events for young people. Combine this with some affordable advertising and Voice offers a great way to reach a wider audience.

Follow Voice on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook or sign up for Voicemail to get a feel for the magazine.

Tom Inniss
Voice Editor Tom Inniss
Saskia Calliste
Voice Deputy Editor Saskia Calliste
Sienna James
Voice Associate & Trainer Sienna James
Idriss Assoumanou
Trainer & Associate Idriss Assoumanou
Sam Nead
Voice Associate & Trainer Sam Nead

Don’t forget – if you’re interested in how you might engage young people to develop a platform with the opportunities of Voice locally