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New play from Cardboard Citizens: Woyzeck

May 22nd 2009
Cardboard Citizens, the UK's only homeless people's professional theatre company, has a new play on, Woyzeck - a revival of the company's critically acclaimed 2003 production of Büchner's classic play. The story of a man plagued by haunting voices and a paranoid fear of conspiracy, it centres around the eponymous Franz Woyzeck as he tries to make sense of things and fails. Struggling to support his wayward girlfriend Marie and their young child, he lends his body to medical experimentation. His distrust and anger spirals until one day, in an attempt to make the real and imagined voices stop for good, he takes a knife... There will be forums and talks after many performances (from 26th February to 15th March) on medical and scientific themes raised by the play. Performances will be 7.30pm Monday-Saturday, with 3pm matinees on Saturdays 8th and 15th March.

March 2008



Tuberculosis is back and growing fast

Opposition to Endell Street hostel

Shelter report: shocking claims on gatekeeping

St Patrick's closing for refurbishment

It must have been cold

Return due at St Martin's

Inquest into Polish man's death

Police violence under investigation

Ken Loach criticises Shelter

Tory MP Philip Davies gets his hands dirty - yes, really

Fancy joining a choir?

Homeless academy

Southall suburban helpline

Poverty and poetry

Victory for toothless man

Laugh, I nearly did

New play from Cardboard Citizens: Woyzeck

What to look out for with TB

Are you on CHAIN? - a response

Crisis critique - a response

Hospital discharge

What to do if you're gay and homeless?


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