Exploring homelessness 50 years on from Cathy Come Home, the seminal Ken Loach film, Cathy is candid, poignant and intimate. It offers a timely reflection on the social and personal impact of spiralling housing costs, gentrification and the challenges of forced relocation.
Cardboard Citizens make theatre which illuminates homelessness and the lives of homeless people, revealing truth and sometimes beauty.
A galvanising update of Cathy Come Home
Bleak and vital look at London life
Adrian Jackson's production delicately puts across the bleak reality that many people now face, and the performances he draws out are precise, engaging and unrelentingly revealing.
Cathy is an emotional play that is sometimes difficult to watch, but this is a challenging story that needs to be told.
A call to arms
A powerful update of the classic Ken Loach film from Cardboard Citizens