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Catch up with the latest news from Cardboard Citizens.
15.04.18Michael Chandler

No One Turned Away – the campaign that led to the

12.04.18Charlie Marshall

Some of the world’s most respected modern artists are taking part in a one-day exhibition and auction to raise funds for Cardboard Citizens.

09.04.18Charlie Marshall

We are delighted that the Chair of our Development Board, Sophie Dexter, has been shortlisted for a 2018 Emcees Arts and Culture Award for Excellence in Fundraising, in the Best Volunteer Fundraiser category.

27.03.18Sarah Teale

Last week our 2018 Cathy tour kicked off in Cornwall with an incredible start.

21.03.18Sarah Teale

Cardboard Citizens would like to congratulate Dr Iroise Dumontheil and the incredible team of neuroscientists who collaborated on Cardboard Citizen’s 2016 piece Meta, who have just been ‘Highly Commended’ at the Birkbeck Public Engagement Awards.

27.02.18Charlie Marshall

Today 2018’s Weston Jerwood Creative Bursaries Programme officially launches at an event where 40 talented graduates – including our very own Vicky Moran – will celebrate t

27.02.18Sarah Teale

Cardboard Citizens is honoured to announce that we will be commemorating 100 years since women got the vote as one of 100 organisation’s taking part in Artichoke's once-in-a-lifetime Processions project.

11.01.18Charlie Marshall
Following its five star Edinburgh Fringe Festival run, we are thrilled to announce Cathy will be revived for a three week run at Soho Theatre this March, alongside other UK dates this spring.
30.12.17Charlie Marshall

Cardboard Citizens is pleased to announce its Founder, Artistic Director and CEO of 25 years, Adrian Jackson, has been awarded an MBE for his work in the theatre industry in this year's New Year's Hon

18.12.17Vicky Ream

We are delighted to announce the lauch of our FREE education resource born from the Home Truths Festival of Heritage of Events.   

28.11.17Charlie Marshall

Cardboard Citizens is taking part in this year's Big Give Christmas Challenge, which means for one week only, all donations made through our

21.11.17Vicky Ream

Who Are Yer? was a verbatim theatre piece about growing older in Sheffield and the social isolation experienced by those over 60.

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