April 2011

Dragonfly at Caledonia Language Unit

Our pre-5 storytelling and story-acting project took a turn at Caledonia Language Unit in Baillieston.

It Should Be Me Up There

In March 2011, the Citizens Community Company travelled to Rotterdam to take part in the prestigious International Community Arts Festival.

March 2011

Objects of Meaning

Bringing important objects to life, a drama project in association with Kelvingrove Museum and Art Gallery.

November 2010

Glow - Don’t Start Me!

TAG was chosen as one of only 10 arts organisations in Scotland to deliver a Co-Create project using Glow which is the world’s first national intranet for education, developed exclusively for Scotland’s educational community. The main purpose of Glow is to enhance the quality of learning and teaching in the classroom by fully supporting Curriculum for Excellence (CfE).

September 2010

Platform 2:10

Platform 2:10 is a performance project in HMP Barlinnie delivered in partnership with Motherwell College. This is the second multi-artform project that Citizens Learning has delivered in Scottish Prisons this year, as part of the Scottish Arts Council funded Inspiring Change initiative.

Start Partners

We are proud to be working on a 3 year START project with The Prince’s Foundation for Children & the Arts, to get children and young people from local schools excited about theatre.

On the Rim of the World

Do you enjoy singing?

We’d like you to take part in an exciting new family opera at the Citizens Theatre in partnership with Scottish Opera. On the Rim of the World with music by Orlando Gough, written by Jehane Markham is an evocative family journey inspired by memories of childhood, sleep and the magical power of dreaming.

May 2010

Huge Bag of Worries

During May 2010, TAG worked in 14 primary schools in the Southside of Glasgow to deliver the ‘Huge Bag of Worries’ project.

March 2010

A Woman’s Place

In 2010, Citizens Learning delivered two multi-artform projects in Scottish Prisons, as part of the Scottish Arts Council funded Inspiring Change initiative. The first brought drama and arts to female prisoners in HMP Greenock.

February 2010

Dayschool Actor Factor

Citizens Learning re-run its successful new drama scheme for adults on long term incapacity benefit and those who are unemployed.

January 2010

The Red Shoes

An enchanting and energetic retelling of Hans Christian Andersen’s classic fairytale. For an invited audience.

Inglefield Hostel

Working with Scottish singer-songwriter Carol Laula and film-maker Julie McCahill, Citizens Learning has returned to Inglefield Street Hostel on Glasgow’s Southside.