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Write for us

Are you interested in writing for CultureCalling.com? We’re always on the lookout for culture vultures based across the UK to contribute interesting articles and features for the site.

We are looking for writers to create engaging and informative features about the huge range of arts and cultural events taking place around the country. Features are 500-1000 words long and curate the most exciting cultural events and the best hidden gems. This can be a guide to your city’s best gig venues, the best place to grab an after work cocktail, or anything that you think makes your city great!  We also run features on an article exploring a particular event, production or theme, or an interview with a cultural figure.


Benefits and Perks
As a writer for CultureCalling.com, you’ll enjoy:
  • Free tickets to all sorts of exciting events, from fringe theatre shows to press views of major art exhibitions.
  • Great journalism experience writing for a popular and well-regarded site.
  • Extensive exposure for your writing. Our readership is constantly growing, with 17,500+ email subscribers and several hundred monthly visits to the website.

Who can apply?
Many of our writers are students or graduates looking to gain experience in arts journalism. However, anyone is welcome to apply to write for us! We're looking for people who:
  • Are passionate and knowledgeable about one or more cultural areas. This could be theatre, art, museums, film, music, food and drink, fashion, dance, literature, comedy or another area of your choice.
  • Have an engaging writing style and excellent grasp of written English.
  • Can contribute regularly to CultureCalling.com.
  • Are reliable, friendly and fun to work with!

How to apply
To apply to write for CultureCalling.com, please send a short email explaining why you would like to get involved to info@culturecalling.com. Please include an example of your previous writing in your message as well as 3 ideas for features you could write for the site.
 

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