The Cardboard Citizens New Music Ensemble, with Rebecca Mackenzie and Alice Colquhoun

Cardboard Citizens New Music Ensemble
Reynaldo Young with Rebecca Mackenzie and Alice Colquhoun

March 3rd || 7.30pm-9pm
Pay-what-you-can

An evening of improvised cantankerous music, flummoxing lolly-gagged movement and meta-grobolised political text.

The Cardboard Citizens New Music Ensemble is an experimental music group whose members are all homeless or ex-homeless people. Its founder and director Reynaldo Young is a disaffected composer, performer and academic originally from Montevideo, Uruguay, now secluded in Lewisham.

Rebecca Mackenzie performs solo improvisations, fusing language, imagination, movement and the moment. She lives at the top of a vicarage in East London.

Alice Colquhoun is a performer, writer and earthworm burrowing under an old school somewhere in Lambeth. She is interested in making work that challenges the absurdity of the everyday with both humour and humanity.

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