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Meet the Company…

This February Half Term, we are delighted to be working in partnership with St Helens Libraries to present a week of events showcasing the best theatre for children and families.  We are beyond excited that Storyteller extraordinaire, Gav Cross will be returning to St Helens to tell us some Twisted Tales for Terrible Children at Parr ... More

Citadel Arts Youth Theatre Trade the Stage for Screen in Exciting New Commission

Citadel Arts, Cultured, St Helens Local Cultural Education Partnership and St Helens Young People's Drug and Alcohol Team have jointly commissioned an alcohol awareness project to tackle the issue of teenage alcohol consumption in St Helens. The Citadel Arts Youth Theatre will work with media company, Attain Productions to create a ... More

Meet the Company…

This February Half Term, we are delighted to be working in partnership with St Helens Libraries to present a week of events showcasing the best theatre for children and families.  We'll be welcoming the fantastic Eco Drama to Eccleston Library on Monday 17th February with their uplifting show for families, The Whirlybird. Meet the ... More

Storytelling Festival for the Whole Family

This February Half Term, in partnership with St Helens libraries, we're bringing the magic of Citadel Arts to a library near you as we present a special Storytelling Festival. Over 700 children and families have already been transported into the astonishing world of Citadel Arts, discovering something different with every ... More

Out of the Mouths of Babes…

We hope anyone who steps into the magical world of Citadel Arts has a wonderful time, which is why we think it's super important that we ask everyone if they enjoyed their Citadel Arts experience. Here's what some of our younger audience members had to say... More

Step into the Magical World of Citadel Arts

    Throughout October over 300 children and families stepped through the doors of our town centre Pop Up to be transported into the magical world of Citadel Arts.         Across two weeks of amazing performances, families flew across the skies of London, clowned around with I-Pads, ... More

Magic Can Happen Anywhere

Here at Citadel Arts we're proving that great theatre really can happen anywhere. Just last month over 300 children and families stepped through the doors of our town centre Pop Up to be transported into the magical world of Citadel Arts.  Across two weeks of amazing performances, families flew across the skies of London, clowned around ... More

Alcohol Awareness and Commission Brief Call Out

Citadel Arts Children & Families Agency and Cultured, St Helens Local Cultural Education Partnership and St Helens Young People’s Drug and Alcohol Team are jointly commissioning an alcohol awareness project to tackle the issue of teenage alcohol consumption in St Helens. Citadel Arts: Previously operating The Citadel Arts Centre, ... More

From Drab to Fab…

In just a few short weeks the Citadel Arts team have managed to transform an empty Town Centre shop into a magical theatre space for children and families. Across two weeks of amazing performances, families flew across the skies of London, clowned around with I-Pads, paid a visit to the spooky home of the Raddlesham Mumps,  became ... More

Citadel re-launches with programme for children and families

After sadly closing the Citadel Arts Centre in June, Citadel has relaunched with a new name, CITADEL ARTS and a new remit to present an outstanding arts programme for children and families in St Helens.  This means that Citadel Arts will be popping up in unexpected and non-traditional spaces across St Helens with a programme that has ... More