Final Tickets for 'Take A Minute, Save A Life'

Cardboard Citizens have been working with MIND in Haringey on a Forum Theatre project exploring the issue and impact of male suicide and isolation in our communities and society.

Based on interviews and workshops with those who have been affected by male suicide, Take A Minute, Save A Life is a piece exploring the barriers, myths and preventative measures around the issue of suicide.

This scratch performance will be presented by a group of Cardboard Citizens Members who will invite us to consider what more can be done to help prevent male suicide.

WHEN: Thursday 12 October at 7:30pm

WHERE: Pleasance Theatre, Carpenter Mews, North Road, London, N7 9EF


NOTE: There is now a waiting list for tickets - please contact the Pleasance Theatre box office directly for further information: 0207 609 1800 

About Cardboard Citizens

Cardboard Citizens is an award-winning UK-based theatre company that changes the lives of homeless people through the performing arts.The charity presents plays performed by homeless and marginalized people, so as to share experiences, problem-solve together and bring attention to the issues faced by homeless people today, whilst making great theatre.

Through regular workshops and projects Cardboard Citizens enable excluded people to develop their skills and confidence in order to make a positive change in their lives.

Working with Mind in Haringey

Take A Minute, Save A Life was developed in partnership with Mind in Haringey to explore the issue and impact of male suicide. Following the launch, a series of workshops took place to which people with lived experience were invited to tell their stories and explore issues and attitudes around the subjects of mental health and suicide. These  workshops culminated in the development of this this unique performance piece to be showcased at the Pleasance Theatre on 12 October.