Catch up with the latest news from Cardboard Citizens
23.01.17Charlie Marshall

At the end of last year, Cumbria’s Rosehill Theatre became the latest venue to work with Cardboard Citizens as part of its theatre residency project.

19.01.17Charlie Marshall

Last night we live streamed our performance of Cathy from Cast in Doncaster and audiences from across the world t

06.01.17Charlie Marshall

Cardboard Citizens is calling out to young singers, rappers and spoken word artists to audition for an exciting paid opportunity beginning in January 2017.

04.01.17Charlie Marshall

On 2 January, Booker prize-winning novelist, writer and art critic John Berger died at the age of 90. In 2005 Cardboard Citizens had the privilege to cross paths with him. Here are some words from our Artistic Director and Founder Adrian Jackson.

21.12.16Charlie Marshall

At Cardboard Citizens, we are always striving to make sure as many people as possible can see our work, so we are thrilled to announce Cathy will be the latest of our productions to be live streamed.

20.12.16Charlie Marshall

The Cardboard Citizens office will be closed across the festive season from Wednesday 21 December and will re-open on Tuesday 3 January. Please read on for our advice if you need information, help or housing over the festive period.

13.12.16Charlie Marshall

You can make a donation to Cardboard Citz everytime you shop online at more than 3,000 retailers without spending an extra penny by signing up to Easy Fundraising.

07.12.16Charlie Marshall

Cardboard Citizens is the first point of call for over a thousand people every year – young people and adults who have nowhere to turn, no place to go, no bed to sleep in, abandoned by society and in desperate need of our help and support.

24.11.16Charlie Marshall

For the past three weeks Cardboard Citizens has been working with Rosehill Theatre in Cumbria on a Citz National Residency that will conclude with the sharing of a brand new play today.

18.11.16Charlie Marshall

As part of our national residencies programme, last month Cardboard Citizens worked with nine young people at Depaul, the national youth homeless support charity for people aged 16 to 25-years old, to create a piece of Forum Theatre.

17.11.16Charlie Marshall

This week marked the 50th anniversary of the first screening of Ken Loach’s film Cathy Come Home.

07.11.16Charlie Marshall

Cardboard Citizens is pleased to announce that Prue Skene has joined the organisation as Chair of the Board of Trustees.