Catch up with the latest news from Cardboard Citizens

On Saturday 20th February, Cardboard Citizens and Camden People’s Theatre hosted Home Truths Creative Symposium, bringing together emerging theatre makers and housing activists to ask the question ‘What can theatre do about housing?’.

26.01.16Vicky Ream

Cardboard Citizens are supporting the Lead London Home campaign which was launched today. The campaign is being backed by over 20 homelessness charities in the capital.

15.01.16Vicky Ream

In the first entry of our blog from the rehearsal room of Meta, our Assistant Director, Fi, gives us a insight into what's been happening as the cast start working with the script and puppets!


22.12.15Vicky Ream

The Richmix stage was alight on Sunday night with glittering lights and talent from our Act Now members.  After 12 weeks of weekly sessions working with visiting artists and each other, our Music Lab participants took to the stage as special guests of the Allsortz Open Mic night.


As part of the Pret festive sandwich campaign, two of our Members were asked to reflect on their journey with Cardboard Citizens.

08.12.15Vicky Ream

You may remember a social media campaign we ran at the beginning of November encouraging people to vote for us to receive the highly competitive Natwest Skills and Opportunities Fund.

10.11.15Vicky Ream

We are hugely excited and proud to be part of the Pret Christmas campaign supporting five homeless charities on their Christmas menu. Look out for our logo on sandwich and salad boxes in Pret stores up until Christmas, send us a pic and use the #showusyourcitzsandwich.

30.10.15Vicky Ream

We are pleased to announce that Cardboard Citizens has been shortlisted for a grant from RBS’ highly competitive Skills and Opportunities Fund. It is now up to the public to vote on which charities should receive funding.

27.10.15Vicky Ream

Last week our Programme Delivery Manager, Effie Makepeace and our Director of Projects, Tony McBride attended the Inspiring Curiousity conference at the


Without the arts, where would we be? Here at Cardboard Citizens, we firmly believe that the arts can be a force for change in individuals, encouraging creativity, reducing exclusion and assisting social and personal development.

02.10.15Vicky Ream

Since the spring of this year, we have been working with other homeless organisations Streetwise Opera, Cafe Art, Peopl

14.09.15Vicky Ream

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