The orochestra were in residence in The Pit at the Barbican Centre, London in 11th-17th February 2109. We are enormously grateful for the Barbican's generosity in hosting us, with special thanks to Nicholas Kenyon, MD, Sean Gregory,Executive Director, Innovation & Engagement and Toni Racklin Head of Theatre & Dance,

Ursula Rucker

life on the third rail 
you know...
the edge...
the cliff’s hang...
the danger zone...
life on the third rail...
it’s quite a life indeed...
a fine and wild balance...
of dissonance and harmony...
fright and glee...
ahhh...
life on the third rail...
it’s quite a life indeed

 

 

Thank you for a stunning performance this afternoon. There will be lots more to say for the future but for now BRILLIANT will do. Congratulations. ” - David Jones, Serious
A real united nations, and a new approach to music. I just love the way that there's so many people who all find their place with so much freedom to play” - Benjamin Zephaniah, poet