Cardboard Citizens presents: Three Blind Mice
A new forum play by Olivier award-winner Bola Agbaje
Directed by Tony McBride
A unique chance to see Cardboard Citizens' new Forum Theatre play, now touring hostels and day centres.
“WHAT HAS THE WORLD COME TO WHEN A MOUSE IS NOT SAFE IN THEIR OWN HOME?”
Three infested flats, three trapped tenants, and three interconnected stories presenting a mouse-eyed view of human behaviour. Featuring an original soundtrack, Three Blind Mice is a darkly comic exploration of how we can bring about change in our lives when feeling physically and mentally trapped.
Since its creation Cardboard Citizens has been touring Forum Theatre shows, performed by actors who have experienced homelessness, for audiences of homeless and at-risk people.
The showcase is a chance for the general public to see this new play, based on the experiences of Cardboard Citizens’ members, and to give Forum Theatre a try.
The work should be praised on every level; not only because the company changes lives, but also because they produce excellent, engaging theatre. I left the night all too aware that this is much more than a theatre company.
Spoonfed on 2010’s Hostel Tour
Cardboard Citizens changes the lives of homeless and displaced people through theatre and the performing arts.
Date and time
28–29 November 2011
This is now a past event.
28 Commercial Street
London, E1 6AB
Tel: 020 7247 5102
Plan your visit