Shout About It Live – Bringing Communities Together.

As you all know, we are here to make a difference in the community and bring people together. We recently became a Community Interest Company. This means that every penny we make goes into building a bigger and better community where photographers and musicians can come together and showcase what they do.

We are raising money to support our mission to bring music & photography together. Through our events, online publication and platform, we support musicians and photographers from around the world.

At the moment, we receive absolutely no funding and we need your help!

Your support will fund:

– Shout About It Live, a hybrid festival in Liverpool where photographers and musicians come together to showcase what they do

– Small events across the UK such as Live At The Hive and other gigs

– Photography networking events

– Shout About It Acoustic Sessions

– Photography/Music workshops

– Support our online platform


The Shout About It Community started in 2016 by a gig photography with a dream of bringing people together. Based on The Wirral, UK we recently became a community interest company so that we can make a real difference in the community.

The aims of our CIC are:

– Photographers, videographers, designers and musicians seeking a platform to showcase their work

– Youth and community groups engaging with the music, arts, digital and creative sectors

– People seeking opportunities to learn about and access photography and videography

We recently put on a gig at our local youth centre The Hive. Take a look at the event video here
If you have any questions about who we are and what we do get in touch, we’d love to chat.
Shout About It


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