IBT21 The Rupture

At The Ends Of The Day

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It is difficult to describe how powerful this experience is, as an evocation of global community; but if you ever have the chance to join Iriguchi's virtual nighttime communion, then take it - for the sake of your soul and you humanity. The Scotsman

A late night antidote to Zoom fatigue...

At the Ends of the Day is a late-night pirate radio station, run beyond the borders via Zoom. Every timezone has its own DJ, broadcasting for the last hour of their day. Each DJ weaves a unique, orchestrated soundscape based on their live outdoor ambient noise. Over this, they layer other end-of-the-day recordings, from countries where the same day has already finished.

Join the newly commissioned Bristol broadcast and share in the final hour of our day together with fellow strangers. The audience members are invited to light just one candle, turn off all electrical lights, and wear headphones. On entry, they are renamed with pseudonyms.

Unlike normal Zoom meetings, anything that identifies you, such as your face or your name, is completely absent. At the Ends of the Day is both communal and reflective; a late night antidote to Zoom fatigue.



Uther Dean (New Zealand): Performer
Yohei Yamada (Japan): Performer
Zhuoer Lin (China): Performer
Nuriya Sadaf Moin (Bangladesh): Performer
Jeries Abu Jaber (Palestine): Performer
Titus Shaanika (Namibia): Performer
Asja Mahgoub (Germany): Performer
Charlie West (England): Performer
Jon Savage (England): Performer
Mamoru Iriguchi (Scotland): Lead Artist
Jaimie Sutherland (Scotland): Performer (original production)
Greg Sinclair (Scotland): Dramaturg, Co-Sound Designer, Performer (original production)
David MacAart (Scotland): Co-Sound Designer, Technical Manager
Andrean Sigurgeirsson (Iceland): Performer

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    Iriguchi is an award-winning Edinburgh-based performance maker and theatre designer with a background in zoology. His performance works explore 2D and 3D, liveness and pre- recorded-ness, gender and sexuality, fairytales and evolution theories.

    His pieces, including Sex Education Xplorers (S.E.X.) (Made in Scotland Showcase 2021), Eaten (nominated for CATS Award for Best Production for Children and Young People), 4D Cinema (Autopsy Award winner/Chelsea Theatre + Frankfurt LAB co-commission), PAINKILLERS (The Yard NOW commission), One Man Show (The Place Prize commission), Projector/Conjector (selected for Aerowaves Spring Forward). They toured in the UK and internationally. He also makes intimate short pieces that have been shown at Tramway, Duckie, Tate Britain, ICA, and Wellcome Collection.

    During the pandemic, he was involved in several digital projects, including World Jam (National Theatre of Scotland), Zoom Dark Mode (Tramway), 10 Cyclopes (Rough Mix, Magnetic North), Festival of Adventure R&D (Nigel & Louise), Lionel’s Scottish Kitchen (21st Century Museum of Contemporary Arts Kanazawa).

    Iriguchi’s theatre design work includes Mincemeat (Cardboard Citizens, Best Design, Evening Standard Theatre Awards), Love Song to Lavender Menace (Royal Lyceum, Edinburgh), Gloria: A Pigtale (Bregenz Festival, Austria and Royal Opera House, London) and The Pink Bits (Mapping4D, Oxford Samuel Beckett Theatre Award).


  • FAQs

    This performance is experienced remotely from your home via a zoom video call link. You will need a computer, laptop, phone or tablet with the zoom video call app downloaded prior to the performance start time. 

You will receive specific instructions about how to access the performance 24 hours before the performance start time.