Cardboard Citizens presents… Meta by Sarah Woods

24 March | 8pm | Pay What You Wish

Meta 400 SQU

Meta is the story of young people, their lives and their brains.

Science and art collide in this funny, powerful Forum Theatre show developed with students from the borough of Tower Hamlets. Neuroscientific findings are shared through physical theatre, video projection and sound design giving an insight into what happens to our brains (and the rest of us) as we grow up.

The show will be performed by young people from Cardboard Citizens Act Now programme, which offers creative experiences to those not in education, employment or training or who have experienced homelessness.

Cardboard Citizens has been making transformative work in theatres, hostels, day centres and prisons for nearly 25 years. They are one of the world’s leading practitioners of Forum Theatre, a type of interactive theatre which allows the audience to change the action that plays out in front of them.

‘Cardboard Citizens is a theatre company that must surely rank as being amongst the most genuinely life-changing in the UK.’ What’s On Stage

No latecomers will be admitted to this performance
Suitable for Ages 12+

Tickets can be reserved in advance and must be collected by 7.45pm or will be released. You may Pay What You Wish after the performance.

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