Throughout 2022, The Aloud Charity have been working with Orchard Media on a new documentary series which will provide viewers with a unique insight into the work of the charity!
After months of capturing exclusive behind the scenes footage, we’re delighted to announce that the first episode in the series will be aired on S4C on Friday 25th November.
The four part documentary includes footage of our Only Boys Aloud, Only Girls Aloud, and Only Kids Aloud choirs. It will be broadcast on S4C throughout November and December.
“It has been a fantastic experience working with Orchard during our 10th anniversary year. They have been a large part of our lives for the last 8 months and during this time have helped us realise the extent of what has been achieved since the charity’s inception, as well as since we’ve re-invigorated our live activities following the pandemic.
This has been an important part of our celebration year. It will help us show our supporters, as well as the wider public, the work that goes into making our activities happen behind the scenes as well as demonstrate that we’re very much an active charity that makes a huge difference to the lives of the young people we work with.
Everyone involved in making the documentary has been a pleasure to work with – I just hope that our young people realise that it’s not part of our usual activity to have cameras following us wherever we go!” Carys Wynne-Morgan, Chief Executive, The Aloud Charity
“I’ve had the pleasure of working with the young people which make up the various Aloud choirs over the last 7/8 months and have been so impressed with their attitude, work ethic and professionalism. We’ve been following their every move – during rehearsals, at their concerts, the Academi and in Lorient – and not once heard a cross word or met with any reluctance to participate in our filming. This is a very special group of youngsters and a true credit to the charity.
I’d also like to say a huge thank you to all the The Aloud staff, choir leaders, community leaders as you have made our work very easy. I hope you will enjoy watching the series – and hope you think it reflects the hard work that has gone into organising the choirs and the various events of the last year and I hope we have captured the true essence of the choirs and members.” Rowena Griffin, Producer
2022 marks 10 years of The Aloud Charity’s work to transform the lives of young people across Wales. We hope that viewers enjoy seeing our choir members in action when the documentary is released and join us in celebrating the huge legacy and continued success of The Aloud Charity.
Find out about how you can support us to deliver the next 10 years of our journey here: Support Us – The Aloud Charity