Please note: This opportunity is for artists making and creating theatre or performance experiences aimed at children and families. You must be from the North West or Yorkshire.
Big Imaginations wants to reconnect with artists making and creating theatre or performance experiences for children and families. We want to know what you need ...
Fabulous, entertaining, unique, amazing, spectacular, bonkers...these are just a few of the words audiences used to describe Citadel Arts' 'In the Street' Festival.
Following 18 months without live events, 'In the Street' was an opportunity for Citadel Arts to come back with a bang and provide families in St Helens with a free festival ...
From today, July 19th, the laws around COVID restrictions are changing.
Keeping our audiences safe whilst enjoying the work of Citadel Arts is of upmost importance to us. To ensure this:
All staff and volunteers will continue to wear face coverings
Hand sanitizer stations will be available at all events
We ask that all audience ...
Citadel Arts Children & Families Agency and Cultured, St Helens Local Cultural Education Partnership are jointly commissioning a forest school project in St Helens. This is the second commission for schools by Citadel Arts and Cultured.
At Citadel Arts we believe the magic of theatre has the power to change ...
Citadel Arts Youth Theatre present an honest and sometimes hilarious account of their time during the Covid-19 pandemic.
From panic buying parents to dreaded distanced learning, the group have worked with Gav Cross to use comedy as a tool to explore what life has been like for young people over the past 18 months.
Created by Citadel ...
Now is the perfect time to join the Citadel Arts Youth Theatre as this term we are working on an exciting new digital project. Over the coming weeks we'll be working with the amazing storyteller & all round funny guy, Gav Cross to create a brand new show to be broadcast to audiences via Zoom.
The Citadel Arts Youth Theatre is ...
Citadel Arts has received a grant of £26,400 from the Government’s £1.57 billion Culture Recovery Fund to help the organisation recover and reopen.
More than £300 million has been awarded to thousands of cultural organisations across the country including Citadel Arts in the latest round of support from the Culture Recovery Fund, the ...
Citadel Arts, Cultured (St Helens Local Cultural Education Partnership) and St Helens Young People’s Drug and Alcohol Team have jointly commissioned an alcohol awareness project to tackle the issue of teenage alcohol consumption in St Helens.
This commission was created in response to the fact that St Helens has some of the highest rates ...