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NATASHAS 

(20 mins)

NATASHAS is a contemporary dance/physical theatre production that takes audiences on a journey of lost innocence and the realities of the sex slavery industry around the world today.

 

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


On Demand

(45 mins followed by 20 mins Q&A)

On Demand is a contemporary dance/physical theatre production revealing depths and effects of human trafficking and modern day slavery. This Production shares with audiences the physical and psychological effects this issue has on the body and mind. OD sets out to challenge your perceptions and assumptions t through an array of impacting images and scenarios of manipulation, control and dehumanisation, ultimately leaving the audience questioning their actions and choices. Filled with vibrant characters, unique vulnerable physicality, an original score by James Keane and new script by Sarah Amankwah that highlights the juxtaposition of society and the issue at hand. 

Coupled alongside On Demand are Trip up art shorts: Short excerpts designed for the streets, stopping pedestrians in their tracks, thus targeting communities susceptible to, but may not be aware of, witnessing trafficking/ being trafficked as well as generating new audiences.

 

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