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Catch up with the latest news from Cardboard Citizens.
27.02.17Charlie Marshall

Tonight marked a historic moment for Cardboard Citizens as we took to a new type of stage to perform at the House of Lords as part of a Homes for Cathy event.

24.02.17Michael Chandler

Today the Homelessness Reduction Bill went to the House of Lords, one of the final stages (with another three to go) before it can become law.

14.02.17Charlie Marshall

On Monday night Channel 4's Dispatches aired Undercover: Britain's Homeless Scandal, an undercover investigation about emergency housing featuring Cardboard Citizens actors.

10.02.17Charlie Marshall

Cardboard Citizens will take over The Bunker theatre in April for Home Truths, an exciting three week season exploring the history of housing from the slums of Victorian London to the madness of London

06.02.17Charlie Marshall

With just one week left of our Cathy UK tour, our Programme Director Michael Chandler reflects on the astonishing first month of our Northern le

02.02.17Charlie Marshall

Between 20 February to 10 March, Cardboard Citizens’ expert Forum Theatre facilitators will be working with homeless young people and staff from Bristol Foyer and Gloucester Project to take part in a residency – a Citz Creative Hub – exploring the issues and barriers they face as homeless people

26.01.17Charlie Marshall

If you love cycling, are looking for a fun 2017 challenge and want to help Cardboard Citizens' work, we have excellent news!

23.01.17Charlie Marshall

At the end of last year, Cumbria’s Rosehill Theatre became the latest venue to work with Cardboard Citizens as part of its theatre residency project.

19.01.17Charlie Marshall

Last night we live streamed our performance of Cathy from Cast in Doncaster and audiences from across the world t

06.01.17Charlie Marshall

Cardboard Citizens is calling out to young singers, rappers and spoken word artists to audition for an exciting paid opportunity beginning in January 2017.

04.01.17Charlie Marshall

On 2 January, Booker prize-winning novelist, writer and art critic John Berger died at the age of 90. In 2005 Cardboard Citizens had the privilege to cross paths with him. Here are some words from our Artistic Director and Founder Adrian Jackson.

21.12.16Charlie Marshall

At Cardboard Citizens, we are always striving to make sure as many people as possible can see our work, so we are thrilled to announce Cathy will be the latest of our productions to be live streamed.

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