Catch up with the latest news from Cardboard Citizens
17.03.20Vicky Ream

In this difficult time, we are taking steps to stop the spread of COVID-19 (Coronavirus), particularly among our Members - people with lived experience of homelessness - and all those we work with daily.

27.02.20Adrian Jackson MBE

The Government has this week announced a review into the wider causes of rough sleeping, along with £236m in funding to help people off the streets.

19.02.20Tom Davies

This Spring, we're touring Eve Steele's brilliant production Life By The Throat to a huge range of venues in Tower Hamlets and beyond, and we're supporting that work through a crowdfunder on Spacehive.

15.01.20Tom Davies

Cardboard Citizens is working with writer-performer Eve Steele to tour her acclaimed one-person show Life By The Throat into hostels and prisons through March and April.

14.01.20Tom Davies

Cardboard Citizens Members are appearing in advertising around London as part of the Mayor of London's homelessness campaign.

08.01.20Tom Davies

Participants in the Bristol Cardboard Camps project recently joined Gwyneth Herbert to write and compose a song based on their experiences.

11.11.19Adrian Jackson MBE

We are very sad to hear of the death of Tom Hodgkins, who was a beautiful actor and a friend of the company.

22.10.19Tom Davies

We're looking forward to Friday's event that draws the first year of Cardboard Camps activity in Bristol to a close.

19.09.19Vicky Ream

Rehearsals are now well under way for the ACT NOW ensemble performances as the cast devise a show to highlight the stigmas around youth homelessness. The play is designed to encourage young people to help each other if they recognise worrying behaviour amongst their peers.

29.08.19Vicky Ream

Our time at the Edinburgh Fringe has now come to an end and we are celebrating a sell-out run at the festival!

21.08.19Tom Davies

Donations given to Cardboard Citizens go a long way. We've changed lives, changed laws, and changed people's minds.

13.08.19Tom Davies

Bystanders has been nominated as Best Theatre Production in the BroadwayWorld Edinburgh Fringe Festival Awards, and you can vote!