Catch up with the latest news from Cardboard Citizens
27.04.17Charlie Marshall

Cardboard Citizens is holding its second day-long Creative Symposium to explore how theatre and the arts can tackle homelessness this May.

27.04.17Charlie Marshall

Our four star hit production Home Truths has been nominated in two categories for The Offie Awards.

20.04.17Charlie Marshall

Cathy is back! Following our hugely successful 2016-2017 UK tour, we are excited to announce that our critically acclaimed production will play at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe this summer.

07.04.17Charlie Marshall

Cardboard Citizens is preparing for its next Citz National Residency – the most different and ambitious to date – in Sheffield and are looking for volunteers.

06.04.17Charlie Marshall

Cardboard Citizens’ Artistic Director Adrian Jackson will join Mercury Prize-nominee ESKA as Associate Director of a four-day Brighter Sound creative residency this May.

29.03.17Charlie Marshall

As previously announced, Cardboard Citizens' hugely exciting Home Truths Festival of Heritage Events will take place from mid-April.

16.03.17Charlie Marshall

Today we can finally reveal the cast for Home Truths, our season of nine plays exploring the history of housing at The Bunker this April.

16.03.17Charlie Marshall

Cardboard Citizens is excited to announce we have been awarded a grant of £45,800 the Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) to create the Home Truths Festival of Heritage Events.

02.03.17Charlie Marshall

Last night a group of young Cardboard Citizens performers brought the house down with an incredible performance commissioned for LandAid’s 30th anniversary gala dinner.

02.03.17Charlie Marshall

This month we’re working with Bristol based youth homelessness charity

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.