BOUND Live streaming on Anti Slavery Day

Sunday 18th October is World Anti Slavery Day. To mark this we are streaming our production of BOUND from 6.15pm on Facebook and YouTube.

Inspired by true accounts of human trafficking, BOUND tells a compelling and thought-provoking tale. 

“bursts with creative energy and packs a powerful emotional punch.” (Peter Cox – Playwright)

The screening will be followed on YouTube by a live Q&A with a distinguished panel of guests:

Pamela Zielinski, Construction Programme Manager Stronger Together
Sian Lea, Managing Director for Shiva Foundation
Dame Sara Thornton, UK Independent Anti-Slavery Commissioner
Eddie Tuttle, CIOB Director – Policy, Research and Public Affairs
Frank Hanson, Head of Prevention and Partnerships, Gangmasters and Labour Abuse Authority
Anja Meinhardt, Artistic Director Justice in Motion & Devising Performer BOUND
Emma Webb, Devising Performer BOUND

BOUND will be available to watch until 25th October.

Company

Justice in Motion

Our work is a compelling mixture of dance, theatre, parkour, aerial acrobatics, film and music. The performances challenge perception, and speak of hope, redemption and forgiveness, while clearly and fearlessly portraying some harsh realities surrounding issues that concern us as a society.

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Classes

Contemporary Dance

Our classes focus on teaching, learning and experimentation. No previous experience is required for the fun, energising exploration of movement, dance and the body. As well as our excellent regular teachers we have occasional classes with invited guests, workshops related to our touring productions and one-off skills-based sessions. Come and try a class with us.

Dance with us

Research

Human Rights Research

All our shows are backed by careful research into very complex topics. In a new area of the website we’ll be posting our source materials and links to other helpful sites. Come back soon for more.

What’s On

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“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 (About Red Press 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