Sylvia Rimat: This Moment Now

Sylvia Rimat: This Moment Now

8th February 2017


Performance maker Sylvia Rimat sets out to playfully explore how we perceive time, as individuals, as audiences in a performance and on a wider scale, considering various concepts of time.

A drummer, a stage manager and a secret guest become the protagonists of the show, which utilises rhythm, dance, video and skype calls. A woman in her nineties dances to the camera, a young girl of eight talks about being fast at doing the splits and cups of tea help the audience to overcome a pause.

Inspired by conversations with specialists from mathematics / physics, philosophy and people of different ages.

Commissioned by ICIA University of Bath.
Supported using public funding by the National Lottery through Arts Council England.
Further support by Joe Allard Commission, Institute of Physics, Colchester Arts Centre, The Yard Theatre and Salisbury Playhouse.
R&D was supported by Cambridge Junction, Chelsea Theatre, Bristol Old Vic Ferment, Arnolfini and Residence.

Pay What You Can Afford
Doors 7.30pm, starts 8pm.
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