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It’s 10 years since Justice in Motion first started making ground breaking performances about social justice. As we come to the end of this anniversary year we are celebrating our achievements with an exciting, interactive exhibition at the place where it all started – The Old Fire Station in Oxford.

10 Years in Motion features the ten productions created so far, using props, costumes, sections of theatre set, photographs, videos, music, soundscapes, activities and events to bring our history to life.

The shows we have made involved physical and immersive theatre, aerial acrobatics, parkour, dance, storytelling, music, soundscapes, video and film, and most recently trials bikes and live rap. Each created a finely etched memory in the minds of our audiences and this exhibition will do the same. Viewers will be invited to explore the space, the objects and environments with all of their senses.

★★★★★ ‘Like nothing I’ve ever seen.’ – Quaere Living

★★★★ Despair and compassion with moving brilliance.’ – Oxford Times

Alongside the exhibition is a programme of events and activities that share the stories we are passionate about, often featuring creative friends and partners from past productions.

Come join in the fun and celebrate with us!

Exhibition Dates

20 February – 30 March 2024 
Tuesdays – Saturdays from 10am – 4pm

Gallery Old Fire Station, 40 George Street, Oxford OX1 2AQ

Programme of Events

Tuesday 20 February, 6-8pm
Launch / Private Viewing (invite only)

Saturday 24 February, 1.30-3pm (Theatre)
Uusikuu Concert / Vintage Sounds of Finland
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Tuesday 27 February, 8-9.30pm (Cafe)
Free Book Presentation with SKY News reporter Jason Farrell  on his book ‘County Lines’
The gallery will remain open until 6pm.
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Saturday 2 March, 11-12.30pm [age 11-14], 1-2.30pm [age 15-18], 2:30-4:00pm [age 18+] (Loft)
Free Rap Workshops with rapper Marcus ‘Matic Mouth’ Smith and Quentin Lachapele
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Tuesday 5 March, 6-8.30pm (Cafe)
Pub Quiz – with film screening of POVERTY ON THE TABLE and OPHI, OXFAM, and CAP – Focus: Poverty. The gallery will remain open until 6pm.
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Saturday 9 March, 10am-8pm (sessions begin on the hour) (Loft)
Deca’thon JIM Fundraiser – Dancin’ Oxford host 10 hours of dance workshops  including contemporary, breakdance, Bollywood, bachata, kizomba, DJ, etc.
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Wednesday 13 March, 6-8.30pm (Theatre)
Free Anti-Slavery Panel Discussion with ASIOX, Unseen, The Salvation Army, Cllr. Mark Lygo and Rapper Matt ‘Blessed’ Stevens The gallery will remain open until 6pm.
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Wednesday 20th March, 3-6pm (Theatre)
Free MOVING TOGETHER Video Screening and Talking Space with Archway Foundation, Beyond Loneliness, Tora Collective – Focus: Loneliness
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Tuesday 26 March, 10am-4pm (Gallery)
Free Portrait Sessions with photographer Vadym Gurevych
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Saturday 30 March, 10am-4pm (Gallery)
Free Detective Trail for Families – sponsored by Tony’s Chocolonely
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Meet the Artistic Director

Additionally, Artistic Director and founder of Justice in Motion, Anja Meinhardt, will be at the exhibition space every week on Friday from 1-3pm to give an exclusive tour behind the scenes, and into the creative process of all works, talk to members of the public and answer any questions.

We’d like to thank lots of people for  generous support in creating this exhibition.

Jericho Tavern (for the pub table and chairs)
Film Oxford (for the TV)
Damascus Rose Kitchen (for catering at the private view)
Seacourt (for the printing of signs, labels and items in the exhibition)
Oxford Wood Recycling (for the graffiti wood panels)


Vadym Gurevych (Portraits)

Marcus Smith & Quentin Lachapele (Rap Workshops)

Emma Webb (Private View)

Alexander Luttley, OPHI, Oxfam & CAP (Pub Quiz)

kELzO (Graffiti in exhibition)

Jason Farrell (‘County Lines” Book Presentation)

Uusikuu (World Music Concert)

Matt Blessed, Cllr Mark Lygo, Unseen, The Salvation Army & ASIOX (Anti-slavery Panel Discussion)

Tora Collective, Beyond Loneliness, Archway Foundation (Loneliness Talking Space and Moving Together Film Screening)

Dancin’ Oxford (Deca’thon)

Tony’s Chocolonely (Dectective Trail)

And of course the Old Fire Station for welcoming us for all our anniversary celebrations!




“Congratulations on reaching this milestone, and on having such an impressive body of work to show for it. I wish you all the luck in the world in your plans to build and develop on this and really look forward to seeing Justice in Motion thriving in England, Europe and beyond!”

Jon Linstrum – Senior Relationship Manager, Arts Council England

“Remarkable achievement”

“Very Many congratulations to everyone at Justice in Motion. It’s a remarkable achievement what you’ve been able to do in ten years. I’m only too proud to have played a small part in that. Very dear to my heart is Justice in Motion”

Chris Blythe – Former CEO of the Chartered Institute of Building (CIOB)

For the Exhibition

Creative Team

Anja Meinhardt

Daniella Cromwell

Michiel Dewagtere

We’d like to thank the many organisations and individuals who have come with us and supported us on our journey so far.

To find out about some of those, click on the links to our shows below or in the main menu at the top of the page.