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Kid Curator Reviews: Small Voices Louder

Tuesday 14 February 2017

Small Voices Louder is the interactive work that asks children life’s big questions in fun and unexpected ways.

So in the spirit of giving children their say, we’ve asked some of our younger reviewers to test drive this exciting work and tell us what they think.

Michelle Loh

Age: 10

‘I would rate Small Voices Louder a stunning 9 and a 1/2 out of 10.’

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Ella Popham

Age: 9

'Small Voices Louder is an experience everyone should encounter. It makes you feel valued and that you matter.'

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Navaneeth Nanda

Age: 12

‘It gives a shout out to the world that sometimes the smallest voices have the biggest ideas and have the potential to shape the world tomorrow.’

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Genevieve Clements

Age: 9

‘I found it fun and joyful and I also found it interesting and easy to explore.’

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Zigge Gray

Age: 10

'I really felt that there were no boundaries with what I wanted to say.'

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Jarvis Hicks

Age: 11

‘All in all, Small Voices Louder got me thinking about things I wouldn’t usually think about, and no one is left out. This is a great show and definitely worth attending’.

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Listen below to responses that children have given at Small Voices Louder. These will be broadcast across the airwaves and at unexpected places around the Festival. 

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