Behind every statistic is a story waiting to be told. These are the stories of the people facing homelessness in the UK today.

Join us for a delicious free lunch and community screening  of More Than One Story at London’s historic Hoxton Hall.


1 – 2.30pm – Lunch

2.30 – 3.30pm – Screening

3.30pm – 4pm  – Panel discussion and Q&A

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About More Than One Story 

For over 30 years, Cardboard Citizens has been created life-affirming theatre with people experiencing homelessness, poverty and inequity. More Than One Story, a co-production with Black Apron Entertainment and in partnership with The Big Issue, aims to disrupt stereotypes, generalisations and misconceptions around homelessness today, highlighting the rising number of unseen, unheard and overlooked individuals.

This is an exclusive opportunity to be among the first to view all nine of the films, written and performed by 18 extraordinary artists, each with their own lived experience of homelessness, poverty and inequity.

Following the screening there will be a Q&A where the audiences will hear from the creative team and have a chance to chat to Cardboard Citizens Members (our creative community of people with lived experience of homelessness and poverty) to sign up to find out more and get involved with our free programmes of creative activities.

Monologues written by: Sonali Bhattacharyya, Debbie Hannan, Charlie Josephine, Kayleigh Llewellyn, Errol McGlashan, Neetu Singh, Chris Sonnex, Naomi Westerman & Roy Williams.

Monologues performed by: Mansa Ahmed, Shahab Awad, David Olapoju, Michael Quartey, Noah Silverstone, Sonia Singh, Natasha Sparkes, Oriana White & Yvonne Wickham.

Venue accessibility

This film will have open captions and is a chilled screening to accommodate noise and movement in the cinema and re-entry for anyone who may need a break during the film.

Hoxton Hall is fully wheelchair accessible on the ground floor and the Hall has wheelchair spaces available to book. If you have any special requirements please email

This film contains:

• Use of strong language
• Discussion and depiction of homelessness, poverty and inequity
• Themes of racism, transphobia, abuse, violence, grief and mental illness

Approx running time: 57 mins.

More Than One Story is generously supported by the Linbury Trust, Arts Council England and the John Ellerman Foundation.

We can’t wait to see you! 


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