On Common Ground is one of our biggest projects ever – and we'd like YOU to be part of it!
|Global Savage at Citizens Theatre. Image by Ron Berti|
On Common Ground will take place over 5 nights outdoors in the Gorbals Rose Garden on 25,26,29, 30 and 31 July. Each evening, Debajehmujig, First Nation Storytellers from Wikwemikong Unceded Indian Reserve, Manitoulin Island, Canada, will come together with a cast of over 150 Glaswegians to tell a story of community, family, the natural world and the bonds that we share.
We're looking for performers, musicians and volunteers from all walks of life to help us make this an event to remember. It doesn't matter how much experience you have, only that you can make a number of rehearsals and the performances, are enthusiastic and ready to join the fun!
|Image by Tommy Ga-KenWan|
You can find out more about the different ways you can join in, as well as sign up to attend one of our information sessions, on our website.
If you can't make it along to one of the sessions, don't worry! We'd still love to hear from you and will be welcoming new volunteers every week as we approach the performances. Simply fill in your details on the sign up form, and we'll get in touch with you to tell you how you can get involved.
Sign up to get involved in On Common Ground.
Tickets for On Common Ground will be available from April 2014 from our website