What Is Shout Out Loud?

Read on to see what English Heritage’s national youth engagement is all about, and how you could get involved!

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Shout Out Loud's Young ProducersEnglish Heritage

Shout Out Loud is English Heritage’s national youth engagement programme, working with young people aged 11-25.

This is how we work to represent a heritage that feels open, inclusive, and relevant… 

Tilbury Is The Place For Me' PosterEnglish Heritage

We celebrate our historic roots...

Out At Ranger's House' Pride Month PosterEnglish Heritage

We get to know and understand our identities...

Untold Heritage' - Winner of the Under 18s Category by Maryam RanaEnglish Heritage

We share new perspectives...

Untold Heritage' - Winner of the 19-25 Category by Jodie BatemanEnglish Heritage

... and we make room for everyone to have their voice heard!

Have a listen to what some of our “Young Producers” – the people right at the heart of Shout Out Loud – have to say about their experiences with heritage! 

If you want to learn more the Young Producers scheme, click here.      

National Youth Theatre Rehearsals for 'The Ancestors' at Porchester Castle by Kirsty McCarrisonEnglish Heritage

Here on Google Arts and Culture, we're featuring three of our youth-led projects! 

‘The Ancestors’: a play developed with the National Youth Theatre and the University of Warwick as part of the Freedom and Revolution project.

‘Stories, Sites, and Sounds’: a music project with Chineke! Junior Orchestra taking inspiration from Osborne House and Kenwood House.

And ‘Trinkets and Topography’: an exploration of the collection at Audley End house through photogrammetry.

Explore the other stories on our page to get to learn more about all of these exciting projects! 

We hope you enjoy them!

To learn more about the work of Shout Out Loud, visit our website or find us on Instagram @eh_shoutoutloud  

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Shout Out Loud is funded by the National Lottery Heritage Fund’s Kick the Dust programme, with additional support from the Department of Culture’s Youth Accelerator Fund.

Our work is delivered by a consortium of outstanding partners led by English Heritage, including the National Youth Theatre, Council for British Archaeology – Young Archaeologists’ Club, Photoworks, and Sound Connections, with special advisers BBC Children’s. 

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