SHOW TiME – 21/22 October at Riverside Studios

SHOW TiME returns to Riverside Studios to present a line up of extraordinary artists making contemporary performance work. Opening a new space in London for artists and audiences to come together to experiment, hosts Present Attempt combine works in development and completed performances to give you two diverse days of theatrical experiments. We hope you can join us on the river and support the event and all the artists involved.

In Projector/ConjectorMamoru Iriguchi will be treating us to a technologically wacky meeting between a girl and a boy who dance wearing a TV and projector on their heads. Dan Canham will be presenting his eloquent and heartbreaking elegy for a lost and ruined theatre, 30 Cecil Street – a performance of fragments of memories, of wild nights and long-disappeared communities. In Imagine me to be There, Sylvia Rimat will occupy the studio with drumkits, knifes, a human performer and laptops in a playful and subtle experiment in which the ‘real’ and ‘imagined’ intertwine subtly and gently start echoing back and forth.

We are also hosting a series of works in development. Michael Pinchbeck will be showing, The Beginning, a new piece in which he may or may not appear and Greg McLaren will be slipping into his jumpsuit once again, bringing a bigger, brighter ATOMKRAFT back into the Studios. Rachel Mars goes in search of the roots of jealousy, envy and entitlement with Spoling it for Everybody Else and Tom Marshman will be presenting Legs 11 an intimate performance conveyed through stories of hospital visits, uncharted journeys, broken connections and rejuvenation.



Friday 21st October – 7.45pm

Spoiling It For Everybody Else – Rachel Mars

ATOMKRAFT – Greg McLaren

Imagine Me To Be There – Sylvia Rimat

Saturday 22nd October – 6pm

30 Cecil Street – Dan Canham

Legs 11 – Tom Marshman

Saturday 22nd October – 8.30pm

The Beginning – Michael Pinchbeck

Projector/Conjector – Mamoru Iriguchi