Catch up with the latest news from Cardboard Citizens
14.05.19Tom Davies

Cardboard Citizens are returning to the Edinburgh Fringe this August, with a new production - Bystanders - performing throughout the festival at Summerhall.

07.05.19Tom Davies

We're thrilled to announce the second annual Art on the Mind exhibition and auction - taking place this June.

18.04.19Tom Davies

Producers Artangel are today announcing details of Here for Life - a new film by Andrea Luka Zimmerman and Cardboard Citizens' Founder and Artistic Director Adrian Jackson MBE.

16.04.19Emily Anderson-Wallace

In December 2018, we launched the Cardboard Citizens Big Give Christmas Challenge for the second year running, and now we’re delighted to share with you the results of our festive fundraiser!

04.04.19Tom Davies

Cardboard Citizens have joined over 190 other cultural organisations to declare a climate and ecological emergency.

27.03.19Tom Davies

Cardboard Citizens won last night at the Sheila McKechnie Foundation's National Campaigner Awards - picking up the 2019 Best Digital Campaign award for

12.03.19Tom Davies

We're releasing a series of videos from All The Lights Are On, our collaboration with Clean Break. The videos will feature the participants telling their stories as part of Agenda's campaign #ThisIsMyStory. 

07.03.19Flora Newbigin

Happy International Women’s Day! All over the world, people who identify as women are coming together to champion the voices, achievements, needs and rights of women. 

27.02.19Adrian Jackson MBE

When I wrote a play for Cardboard Citizens on the plight of the Chagos Islanders in 2012 - A Few Man Fridays - in the introduction I cited James Joyce describing Daniel Defoe’s semi-fictional creation Robinson Crusoe as "the prototype of the British colonist…"

19.02.19Tom Davies

Cardboard Citizens recently facilitated a two-day workshop experimenting with Newspaper Theatre, Augusto Boal's technique for exploring current events from a unique perspective.

06.02.19Tom Davies

Change The Seen - a Bristol-based project, to which Cardboard Citizens contributed - has won the award for Best Partnership at the Voscur Awards 2019, which celebrate social impact in Bristol.

31.01.19Niamh Hicks

Citz Members performed a sharing of Arlington House, a unique piece of music theatre devised during our latest music theatre ensemble workshops.



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