TAKE PART. CONNECT. MAKE CHANGE.
Cardboard Citizens and Theatre Royal Plymouth are launching their exciting workshop this February for people affected by homelessness. Through a series of weekly workshops, followed by a week-long course, participants will be trained in Forum Theatre, to create an original devised performance at TR2 exploring issues relevant to Plymouth today. In the process, all those who take part will earn a certified qualification.
The Cardboard Camps project has had an impact on cities across the UK, initiating conversations about what needs to be changed to address social inequality locally. Following a pause in activity over the past few months, Cardboard Citizens are now returning to Plymouth to once more challenge stigmas associated with homelessness.
Sign up to join our full programme of workshops at Theatre Royal Plymouth’s Production and Learning Centre, TR2:
Introductory Workshops (2-5pm):
Tuesday 22 February
Tuesday 1 March
Tuesday 8 March
Week-long Intensive (10am-5pm):
Monday 14 – Friday 18 March
Friday 18 March
For more information on the introductory workshops and the project, please contact our Plymouth Coordinator, Ryan Wilce, by email on firstname.lastname@example.org or by phoning 07422 652 036.