Gallery, Old Fire Station, 40 George Street, Oxford OX1 2AQ
Justice in Motion celebrates 10 years of making theatre that matters with an exhibition featuring the productions created since 2013.
Marking the end of our 10th anniversary year, we go back to the place it all started – The Old Fire Station in Oxford.
The interactive display focuses on 10 shows, all with a specific theme looking at the social justice issues that surround us, sometimes without us even realising.
The exhibition runs from 20th February until 30th March and is free to enter.
A series of events are taking place alongside, inspired by the shows and their themes. All events take place at the Old Fire Station, Oxford. Click on the links below to find out about them.
20th February 6-8pm
Exhibition private view
24th February 1.30-3pm
Uusikuu in Concert
The Vintage Finnish Tango band, co-creators of the production KAIHO and winners of German Rock and Pop Awards 2023 Best World Music Album, present a lunchtime Concert.
Tickets £12 (pay less)/£14/£16 (pay more)
27th February 6-8pm
Book Presentation ‘County Lines’ by Jason Farrell
Jason’s research digs deep in the activities of powerful drug gangs using young children and vulnerable adults to do the work. Free.
2nd March 11am, 1pm & 2.30pm
Learn to write rap with Marcus ‘Matic Mouth’ Smith and Quentin Lachapele. Free 90 minute sessions for 11-14yrs at 11am, 15-18yrs at 1pm, 18+ at 2.30pm.
5th March 6-8.30pm
Join OPHI (Oxford Poverty and Human Development Initiative), Oxfam and CAP (Christians Against Poverty) in a lively quiz evening and film screening.
9th March 10am-8pm
Part of the Dancin’ Oxford Spring Festival. 10 dance workshops, every hour on the hour, from samba and ballet to Bollywood. Ends with a DJ set.
Suggested donation of £5 per session on the door
13th March 6-8.30pm
Anti-Slavery Panel Discussion
Q&A with panellists ASIOX, Unseen, The Salvation Army, and rapper Matt ‘Blessed’ Stevens. Free but booking required.
20th March 3-6pm
Loneliness Video Screening & Talking Space
An opportunity to connect and share with charities Connection Coalition, Archway Foundation and Beyond Loneliness. Plus a screening of digital project Moving Together. Free
Ukrainian Vadym Gurevych, photographer on the RESISdANCE project, hosts free portrait sittings in the gallery. Slots must be booked in advance
Closing event for families. Follow the list of clues to find all the items on the trail and win a Tony Chocolonely treat. Free.