We would be grateful if ticket buyers would consider donating the cost of their tickets towards Cardboard Citizens, as they work to support people who have experienced homelessness during this very uncertain period.

During lockdown, Cardboard Citizens members wrote short plays and recorded music about the housing crisis – what might lie ahead for those of us whose living situation becomes unstable, and what solutions might there be to address the crisis in the future.

Sketches of resistance and dissent, of chosen communities, and alternate ways of living as we emerge from the time of COVID into an era of creativity. From hostels, squats and temporary housing, direct to the Rich Mix stage – join your community in a festive-free two-day festival that looks towards a better 2022.

If you would prefer to pay for your ticket in cash, please call the our box office team on  020 7613 7498 to reserve your ticket and you can pay in person before the performance.

Pay what you can to join us for this performance. All proceeds from ticket sales will go to Cardboard Citizens, a charity and theatre company that brings people together to create and experience art for social justice.

A world-renowned theatre company.
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Cardboard Citizens open up the discussion to more people who can make a difference.
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Pugnacious, political and urgent.
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Support Cardboard Citizens

If you wish to support Cardboard Citizens further, donate to their Big Give Christmas Challenge fundraising campaignAny donations received between 30 November and 7 December will be doubled through match funding. Thank you for supporting Cardboard Citizens!

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If you have any access requirements, please contact our box office team on 020 7613 7498 or email