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Cardboard Citizens returns to Theatre Royal Plymouth to present stories from the City, told by local people who have been affected by homelessness. What are the issues that underlie homelessness in the South West? What needs to be changed to address inequality in the city? What role can we ALL play in making a difference?
Following a week-long series of rehearsals, participants of the Cardboard Camps programme will perform their devised play at Theatre Royal Plymouth’s Production and Learning Centre, TR2.
Utilising Forum Theatre techniques, participants will give audience members the opportunity to change the outcomes of the play and join the conversation on how we can make positive change in Plymouth.
Book your free tickets for this event and join us in celebrating the work of our Cardboard Camps participants, as well as being a part of the changes we make to the City. Please note that you can only book a maximum of 3 tickets for the performance online – if you would like to book more tickets, please contact our Plymouth Coordinator, Ryan Wilce, by email on firstname.lastname@example.org.
This event is part of the Plymouth Cardboard Camps programme, which includes introductory workshops, a week-long intensive of workshops, and a PEARL qualification scheme for people affected by homelessness. More information about the programme can be found by clicking here.