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Open your mouth for the speechless, in the cause of all who are appointed to die, open your mouth, judge righteously, and plead the cause of the poor and needy.   

Proverbs 31vs 8-9 (NKJ)




a woman in servitude. 
women and men like you and me
caught in the vicious cycle of human trafficking
The global slavery index currently states there are 29.8 million in modern day slavery. That's 29.8 million Natashas out there.

The Natashas Project is an international contemporary dance/physical theatre company founded in 2013. Its aim is to use dance to inform and equip the public about Human Trafficking in Modern Day Slavery and support survivors through creative means.

Our three approaches:

First is our Performance Productions - these are professional awareness dance productions impact and inform audiences on the effects and realities of modern day slavery, and to empower change by taking audiences through a journey of lost innocence, 21st century slavery and how this injustice that still affects every single society throughout the world today. 

Alongside the productions we have Educational Workshops have been created to inform, equip and inspire students to take ownership of this issue in their own communities.

Our third approach reaches out to survivors of modern day slavery, sexual abuse, domestic violence and those at risk through our Restorative Dance Workshops.

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Costume donated by

‘You may choose to look the other way but you can never again say you did not know...’
William Wilberforce


We are also currently in the Research and Development stage of our new Full Length Production, On Demand. 

On Demand explores the many aspects linking the various ways people are trafficked and forced in to slavery today such as: control, manipulation, disorientation, disassociation and dehumanisation. 

Supported by







The Natashas Project are offering Secondary Schools, Colleges, Youth Groups and Community Groups, the opportunity to take part in bespoke educational workshops lead by the professional company dancers.

These Educational Workshops merge contemporary dance, physical theatre and choreographic techniques to inform, equip and inspire participants on how to take ownership of this issue today. Thereby offering participants a chance to engage with the subject matter in a creative and artistic way.

These exciting and thought-provoking workshops include:

  • What does slavery look like today
  • Discuss how to keep safe
  • How to identify the warning signs

This will all be done through

  • Creative Tasks

  • Repertoire 

  • Choreographic techniques

  • Q&A

Suitable for:

  • Year 7 - 11 Dance, Drama, History and PSHE students

  • GCSE Dance students

  • A-Level Dance and BTEC Level 1-3 Performing Arts students

  • Youth Groups
  • Community Groups

  • Maximum of 30 students per workshop

N.B. All dancers are DBS checked.

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The Natashas Project Restorative branch offers tailor made restorative dance workshops. The aim of these workshops are to provide a creative means of support for survivors of trafficking and modern day slavery.

Our contemporary dance workshops provide the survivors with exercises and activities that help them regain ownership of their bodies and minds. Thereby enabling a creative and healing environment aiding their restorative journey.

We aim to support survivors in a way that will encourage them, with sensitivity to their age, gender, religion, experience, ability and culture.

Workshops to be Piloted summer 2017, Supported By
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Upcoming/Past Events

Upcoming/Past Events


'Natashas' Performances

Feb 28th 2018 -  Private Event





'On Demand' Performances

 More Information Coming Soon.



Nov 2017 - 'NATASHAS'London Migration Film Festival, London, UK

Oct 2017 - 'NATASHAS' - Liberty Human Rights Awards, Royal Court Theatre, London, UK

Oct 2017 - 'NATASHAS' - Conference on Modern Day Slavery hosted by Safer Poole Partnership, Lighthouse, Poole, UK

Sept - Nov 2017 - Restorative Dance Workshops, UK

Sept 2017 - 'NATASHAS' - MET London Kensington Police CSE Youth Seminar, London, UK

Sept 2017 - 'NATASHAS' - ACIC 3rd Annual Awareness Event, London, UK

April - June 2017 -'On Demand' - (Research and Development), London, UK

Mar 2017 - 'NATASHAS' - MET London Kensington Police CSE Seminar, London, UK




Dec 2016 - Amway Volunteer Award, London, UK

Oct 2016 - 'NATASHAS' - Alight in the Park, Moggerhanger House, Bedford, UK

Sept 2016 - 'NATASHAS' - Signs & Natashas Double Bill, Young Actors Theatre, London, UK

Jun 2016 - 'NATASHAS' - Raise Your Voice JAM Lauch, London, UK

May 2016 - 'NATASHAS' - Silver & Gold, Sidcup, UK


Nov 2015 - 'NATASHAS' - Hastings Storytelling Festival, Keno Theatre, Hastings, UK

Nov 2015 - Finalist for Organisation Impact Award, London Dance Inspires Awards, London, UK

Sept 2015 - Merge Festival, India

Jul 2015 - 'NATASHAS' - Global Generation Church, Margate, Kent, UK

Jul 2015 - 'NATASHAS' - Move The World 2015, London, UK


Dec 2014 – 'NATASHAS' Tour to theatres, churches and schools, Gran Canaria, Spain

Oct 2014 – 'NATASHAS' - Fashioned for Freedom London, UK

Jun 2014 – 'NATASHAS' - Harrow Against Trafficking, Harrow, UK

March 2014 – 'NATASHAS' - Swallowsfeet Festival, Brighton,UK

March 2014 - 'NATASHAS' - Not For Sale - Against Human Trafficking, Hemel Hempstead, UK


Nov 2013 – 'NATASHAS' - Creative Arts Network, New Community Church, Sidcup, UK

Nov 2013 - Further Research and Development of 'NATASHAS' - YWAM, Harpenden, UK

May 2013 – 'NATASHAS' - Bonnie Bird Theatre, London, UK





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“I had the fortune to experience one of this groups extraordinary performances last year, unfortunately for me, I have to speak straight afterwards but was rendered speechless. Quite simply one of the most important pieces of theatre I'd seen for a long time.”

David Gyasi 

Actor (Interstella 2014)

Tanya Mathias Secondary School Teacher / Support Worker (Human Trafficking)

“As an educator and human rights activist, I believe that theatrical workshops, such as those offered by The Natashas Project, should feature in every school and community organisation.  I intend to partner with this group to support the reconciliation of survivors living in a safehouse in London.  Human trafficking is a significant problem in the U.K., and this company’s creative approach to raising awareness and advocating for prevention and restoration is needed now more than ever.”

"The issue became personal to me and is no longer just a distant problem anymore."


Eliza Regar

Company Manager, Springs Dance Company

Christopher Gaul Head of Human Trafficking and Victims Slavery Support, Migrant Help

“The Natashas Project production was probably the most impacting representation of human trafficking I have witnessed in over six years of working within this particular sector. They have somehow managed to transcend culture, gender, class and religion to convey a sense of lost innocence, and why society should protect itself from those who wish to destroy people’s lives, hopes and dreams. A performance which needs to be seen in order to fully appreciate its brilliance.” 

"The quality of movement is truthful and honest... a gritty and courageous piece of theatre"


David Birch

Actor (Matilda, Cambridge Theatre, London 2017)

"The Natashas project is a powerful piece of work. It gently educates the viewer whilst moving you to want to learn more about the issue of sexual exploitation. I work with vulnerable children and young people and this is a unique resource that could be utilised to work with those most at risk in our society".

Senior Social Worker for a Child Protection Team in an inner London Borough

"Instead of telling me that trafficking was shocking, it made me feel shocked. Instead of telling me it was horrifying, it made me feel horrified. I walked into Natashas expecting to watch a dance show and left having been deeply challenged about my understanding of the subject. Natashas gives an insight into the trauma of human trafficking delivered by an almost sadistic narrative that left me feeling deeply troubled, fascinated and, quite frankly, outraged."

Sam James

Freelance Musician

"The Natashas Project has been skilfully devised and developed and the choreography is innovative, thoughtful and imaginative. Using a juxtaposition of scenes, the piece cleverly unveils its strong and clear message to you. The theme of the work has been approached sensitively and the dancers commitment to their characters and performance, really allows the audience to be drawn into the work. The variety of contemporary movement vocabulary has been wisely selected for each section, allowing you to feel various emotions throughout the piece. The project is such an eye opener and successfully delivers its aim of raising awareness of Human Trafficking in the sex slavery industry."

Catherine Ibbostson

Co Director, Co_Motion Dance Company


Get Involved

Get Involved

Get Involved.



Prayer: If you are a praying person we would love you to join us in praying for every person involved in Human trafficking; the victims, the survivors, the traffickers, the clients, the root of the cause. 
Please also bear our Project in prayer that we continue to be guided by God in all we do.

Raise awareness: Share the facts and victims’ stories to inform your communities of this issue.

Keeping a lookout for Human Trafficking in your area and report it.

To report a suspicion, get help or seek advice or information call:

08000 121 700

Financial support: There are many ways in which you can get involved in financially supporting us.



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