From the Sunday Times, 19th February, 2012:
"Adrian Jackson’s kaleidoscopic piece for Cardboard Citizens is a swirl of stories connecting different places and times, and slipping between fact and fiction.
I sat down with Adrian Jackson, writer and director of Cardboard Citizens' latest show A Few Man Fridays to chat about the process of making this ambitous project a reality and telling this very complicated tru
Cardboard Citizens Associate Artist Terry O'Leary has been devising and directing with a group with experience of homelessness from the local community in Corby. You can read stories from the rehearsal room and beyond on the project's blog: http://nofixedabodeplay.blogspot.com/
1. So the tour is ending this week, will you miss it?
I joined Cardboard Citizens in Sep 2010, and here is the story of my time here so far.
Click here to read a fabulous review by Jo Caird from What's On Stage of our Showcase and City YMCA performaces of
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