We tell stories about social injustice in our unique performances. We talk about the issues with audiences and experts in post-show discussions and public debates. We work with businesses, charities and NGOs to raise awareness.

The topics we look at are important. Global poverty, migration, rape as a weapon of war and modern slavery. They affect all of us, sometimes without our realising.

Yet our shows are also positive, dynamic and exciting, with an emotional depth that touches the heart.

People talk of the powerful, real and personal stories acted out and issues that need to be spoken about. How we give a voice to those who can’t speak for themselves. How their knowledge has grown, their perspective shifted and their determination to make change increased.

 

 

How you can help

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Any donation you can make will be really helpful. You can make a single or regular donation. You can even donate while you are shopping at no cost to yourself.

 

Working in partnership with organisations

We want to spread the word about social injustices as widely as possible.  As a businesses you can help us reach far more people by supporting our productions, or the company as a whole with financial and in-kind sponsorship. Your support can help make a production come to life, see it tour further afield or develop resources for schools, community groups and other organisations.

We have successfully taken our performances into workplaces, conferences and other locations. We can provide speakers at talks, conferences and debates. Talk to us about your requirements and how we can work together.

“A powerful testament to a challenging issue”

The work is a powerful testament to a challenging issue that many people have no awareness exists right at their doorsteps. The ensemble performance was dynamic and kinetic, demonstrating a real directorial ability to bring performers together both physically and emotionally. This was translated to the audience who sat there in rapture during the entire production, riveted by both the narrative and the tempo which never ceased to infatuate and provoke.

R.M. Sanchez (Co-founder, Social Art Network)

“Precisely what the arts should do”

“This is precisely what the arts should do, bring the audience in as a partner and invite system changes within the structures that surround us.”

R.M. Sanchez-Camus, Social Art Network

“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

“Presenting a window”

It is anything but pretentious, presenting a window one might not choose to look through in a way that makes one glad they did.

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Current Supporters

Thanks to all our current supporters. Your belief in us and our work means so much. We are immensely grateful.

Massive thanks go to:

Xtrax, Cornerstone Arts Centre, The Mill Arts Centre, Oxford Dance Forum, Oxfordshire Theatre Makers, Oxford Vineyard Church, Pointe The Way Ballet School, Oxford Playhouse Evolve programme and Turnpike Productions for their ongoing support to us and for endorsing our work.

Many thanks also to our dedicated Prayer Team and our trustees who continuously have our backs and to all our family of supporters who through their financial contributions ensure that we can continue to create amazing work.