Catch up with the latest news from Cardboard Citizens
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.

01.11.16Charlie Marshall

Cardboard Citizens is in the running to win £25,000 from the Aviva Community Fund and we need YOU to vote for us!

05.09.16Charlie Marshall

Cardboard Citizens is running a series of residency programmes across England, bringing Forum Theatre, performing arts and creative programmes to homeless, marginalised and disadvantaged groups.

31.08.16Charlie Marshall

Next month will see the inaugural meeting of the Arts and Homelessness Forum, a new network for anyone interested in arts and homelessness.

24.08.16Charlie Marshall

We’re looking for a new Development Officer to join the Cardboard Citizens team! This key role will help our busy Development team across all elements of its work from fundraising to communications.

03.08.16Charlie Marshall

Due to phenomenal demand, you can now watch our hit performance of Cathy Come Home at the Barbican in full on YouTube.

28.07.16Charlie Marshall

Take a look behind the scenes of our 2016 hit Forum Theatre show Meta by watching our brand new fascinating short documentary. 

19.07.16Charlie Marshall

Are you enthusiastic and passionate? Do you want a job that is both challenging and satisfying? Come and work for us as our new Programme Delivery Manager!

15.07.16Charlie Marshall

Cardboard Citizens will be travelling from Whitechapel to Brazil next week as part of With One Voice, an artistic occupation of the streets of Rio with the city’s homeless community.

11.07.16Charlie Marshall

Last Tuesday a community ensemble of more than 20 Cardboard Citizens’ Members performed the first ever theatrical adaptation of Ken Loach’s seminal film Cathy Come Home in a one-off performance described as “remarkable” by the Guardian.