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Marking the end of our 10th anniversary celebrations, an interactive exhibition and special events are taking place at the Old Fire Station in Oxford from 20th February to 30 March.

Justice in Motion has finished touring CODE in 2023 and is now preparing for a big tour in 2024!

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Justice in Motion

We make theatre about human rights – a  compelling mixture of dance, theatre, extreme sports, aerial acrobatics, film and music. The performances are fun and engaging, they challenge, excite and surprise you, whilst we show you some of the harsh realities surrounding issues that concern us as a society. Through our work we raise awareness, inspire, inform and connect. We move to move you so that together we can make a difference.

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We offer uplifting and energising experiences that cater to all levels.

Do you want a movement class exploring dance and the body? Are you looking for a workshop or residency to support student learning and creativity? Perhaps you are a social group interested in our parkour park, or a business looking for fun, physical team-building sessions. Whatever, we have some great options for you.

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Human Rights Research

All our shows are backed by careful research into very complex topics. Read our source materials and follow links to other helpful sites that offer support and more information.

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What’s On

10 Years in Motion – Uusikuu Concert / Vintage Sounds of Finland

24th February, 1:30pm-3:00pm
Theatre, Old Fire Station, 40 George Street, Oxford OX1 2AQ Vintage tango band Uusikuu (meaning: new moon) from Finland, co-creators of the production ‘KAIHO’, perform a live lunchtime concert in the OFS theatre. The band calls their style “Vintage Sounds of Finland.” The small orchestra tours Europe, and together they show that …

10 Years in Motion – Book Presentation

27th February, 8:00pm-9:30pm
Café, Old Fire Station, 40 George Street, Oxford OX1 2AQ Jason Farrell, Home Editor at Sky News, is the man with the inside story. In this fearless, hard-hitting account, Farrell shares in terrifying detail the story of the county lines phenomenon through the words of gang members and their victims themselves as well as the police and the …

10 Years in Motion – Rap Workshop

2nd March, 11:00am-4:00pm
Loft, Old Fire Station, 40 George Street, Oxford OX1 2AQ Want to be a rap artist, write lyrics or beats? Our team from the CODE production is waiting to show you how. Marcus ‘Matic Mouth’ Smith and Quentin Lachapele teamed up to work on CODE, Justice in Motion’s most recent show, featuring live rapping. There are three sessions …

10 Years in Motion – Pub Quiz

5th March, 6:00pm-8:30pm
Café, Old Fire Station, 40 George Street, Oxford OX1 2AQ Justice in Motion first performed Poverty on the Table in 2015. It was presented as a pub quiz complete with a quiz master. So, let us immerse you in the world of ‘Poverty On The Table’ with a new quiz. Today there are 1.1 billion living in poverty around the world. But how much …

10 years in Motion – Deca’thon

9th March, 10:00am-8:00pm
Loft, Old Fire Station, 40 George Street, Oxford OX1 2AQ Justice in Motion has a history of dance practice and performance as well as regular classes held around the city. With Dancin’ Oxford we present a series of dance workshops over 10 hours in a multitude of styles to try from salsa and street dance to Bollywood and contemporary. …

“Spreading the message”

Having the situation where it’s happening in front of you, then a discussion afterwards was a great way to change perspective and encourage a different way of thinking. Spreading the message.

Audience member

“Incredibly important”

“this type of theatre in general – is incredibly important, and has such a key role to play in awareness-raising and public education.”

Sherrell Perkins (Oxfam)

“Brilliant way to raise awareness”

Heart touching, easily understood and brilliant way to raise awareness to most ages.

Audience member

“Theatre could reach part of me that realities couldn’t”

“as I sat there watching the story unfold, I had time and space to allow my subconscious to receive through the art. The physical theatre could reach part of me that the realities and facts of real life couldn’t.”

Helen Whitwell (Press Red Conference)

“Directly and intensely”

“You all managed to connect with me as an audience member directly and intensely.”

Hannah Wilkes

“Spellbinding”

“Their performances are spellbinding and I can honestly say they had a profound impact on me.”

Chris Blythe, former CEO Chartered Institute of Builders