Bella talks us through her recently published report exploring the lack of critical engagement with theatre made by artists with learning disabilities, and discusses how we could shake up the industry to be both more diverse and more inclusive.
"Your consent starts only when you understand.”
"I picked up my first camera at the age of seven and have rarely been seen without one since!"
Multi-award winning author says you have to "trust your gut and write it your way, do it your way and break all the rules"
“These days I have a lot more to lose.”
Australian graffiti artist Jerome Davenport talks about how he got into street art, the importance of creativity, how art is a form of activism and his inspirations.
We talk to recent graduate Tom Fisher about being a freelance animator, his directing talents, his dyslexia, and advice he wish he had received when starting out!
Reading about an march after the fact is never as engaging. The placards, the chanting, the keynote speakers - attending a rally is a multi-sensory experience, and we have tried to capture the best bits of it for you in audio format!
Suffolk Libraries chief executive talks to Voice about the importance of reading, her career, and offers advice to young people
We speak to co-artistic director of Mumblecrust Theatre, winner of Voice's Best newcomer to Brighton Fringe for their charming and delightful play The Tale of the Cockatrice