|Josh Peltier. Credit Tommy Ga-Ken Wan|
|Credit Karen Gordon|
|Josh's blog post about arriving in Glasgow|
|Helping out at the bingo in the Gorbals|
|As well as performing in the show, Josh brought his talent as an artist to create lots of amazing artwork in our foyer, turning the Citizens Theatre into a little corner of Manitoulin Island.|
Josh also brought his stories and fables focusing on nature to On Common Ground, and shared these with visitors to Glasgow for Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games at the BBC at the Quay event
|Storytelling at BBC at the Quay at the BBC's Pacific Quay Studios.|
On Common Ground was led by our Learning team, and everyone at the Citizens Theatre was involved in bringing this ambitious project to life and welcoming Debajehmujig and all the volunteers, participants and audience members to the Gorbals. We are so grateful to Josh and all at Debajehmujig for their commitment and enthusiasm to helping achieve this goal.
|Dawn Arrival of the Global Savages to Glasgow. Credit Tim Morozzo|
Josh travelled to Scotland with his friends the Global Savages, who included his wife, Jessica Wilde-Peltier. Everyone at the Citizens Theatre sends love and good wishes to Jessica, Debajehmujig and all of Josh's friends and family.