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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.

23.01.19Tom Davies

A collaboration between Many Minds, Cardboard Citizens, 1625 Independent People, Wyldwood Arts, Aglow Films, and Rife Magazine has been nominated for the Partnership Award at the Voscur Awards 2019.

21.01.19Clare Robertson

Citz Producer Clare Robertson writes on the time she spent in New York at the start of the year as a Fellow of ISPA...

07.01.19Flora Newbigin

Cardboard Citizens' Programme Delivery Manager Flora Newbigin checks in on a busy and productive 2018, and the direction our programme will take in 2019...

20.12.18Tom Davies

As part of a longer term research project, a group of nine Cardboard Citizens Members were trained by Groundswell to carry out research during the tour of Rising.

19.12.18Tom Davies

We're once again assembling a crack team of cyclists to ride for Cardboard Citz in the Prudential RideLondon-Surrey 100 sponsored cycle ride.

29.11.18Tom Davies

Jordan from the Citz Storytellers recently appeared on the Virgin Breaking Barriers podcast, in a frank discussion with award-winning film director Richard Loncraine (Band Of Brothers, Richard III).

20.11.18Tom Davies

It's the most wonderful time of the year - The Big Give Christmas Challenge 2018! Each year, The Big Give hosts the UK's biggest online match fundraising campaign - where every pound you give is matched, doubling your donation.

12.11.18Tom Davies

Join us for a livestream of our new Forum Theatre touring show Rising on Tuesday 27 November at 7pm

07.11.18Tom Davies

Cardboard Citizens has announced a partnership with L&Q - one of the UK's leading charitable housing associations and developers. Together, we aim to tell the real-life stories of those in social housing.

06.11.18Tom Davies

Cardboard Citizens is proud to announce a three-year programme of creative residencies around the country - Cardboard Camps.

05.11.18Tom Davies

Citz Project Producer Mark Pollock writes from the rehearsal rooms of Force: A Change - Cardboard Citizens' project with armed forces veterans, supported by the Royal British Legion.

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