Saturday Citizens

Drama classes and summer courses for young people aged 14 - 18 with a learning disability. Classes run on Saturdays from 1.20pm - 2.40pm
Saturday Citizens

"I think this piece showed a really positive message about change – not changing for others but for yourself, and being able to face the challenges of life."
Participant, Saturday Citizens Summer Week

"Saturday Citizens is all about partnerships as well as friendships. I’ve learnt leadership skills as well as drama skills. It’s changed my life for good." 

"It was an emotional piece. He gained a sense of self. He is more articulate. Since starting this group P. has developed more confidence, more personality, he is assured of himself. He just loves Saturday Citizens." 

Summer 2019 Term

Sat 27 Apr - Sat 22 Jun

Saturday Citizens currently runs at Scotland Street School Museum as the Citizens Theatre building is closed for an exciting redevelopment project. Click here to see how to find us at Scotland Street School Museum.

Places are limited, so book now if you want to be part of the class. 

Saturday Citizens Summer Academy
Join the Citizens Theatre at our new home of Scotland Street School Museum for the Saturday Citizens Summer Academy, a week of making new friends, developing acting skills and creating a show to be performed on the final day!
Aimed at 14-18 year olds with a learning disability, who love theatre
Monday 1 July to Saturday 6 July 10am-3pm, apart from performance day Saturday 6 July which runs 10am-12 noon.
Due to generous BBC Children in Need funding, this whole week costs just £6.
Book by calling our Box Office on 0141 429 0022

Contact Louise Brown, Creative Learning Officer for more info (0141 418 6273).

    27 Apr1.20pm - 2.40pmSummer Term
    4 May1.20pm - 2.40pmSummer Term
    11 May1.20pm - 2.40pmSummer Term
    18 May1.20pm - 2.40pmSummer Term
    1 Jun1.20pm - 2.40pmSummer Term
    8 Jun1.20pm - 2.40pmSummer Term
    15 Jun1.20pm - 2.40pmSummer Term
    22 Jun1.20pm - 2.40pmSummer Term - Sharing

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Running Time: 1h 20min


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