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Dance company’s debut looks at human trafficking
10:20am Thursday 5th September 2013 in News
A NEW dance company hopes to raise awareness of human trafficking with its debut production.
Justice in Motion is staging Bound, featuring three dancers, at Oxford ‘s Pegasus Theatre on October 4-5.
The show includes dance, acrobatics and a film projection and took inspiration from true accounts of human trafficking.
Company founder Anja Meinhardt, 31, from Iffley, said: “It is to raise awareness. I am interested in presenting issues in a way people can engage with. Human trafficking is quite a hot topic at the moment.”
The company is hosting a free open forum discussion with Oxford Communities against Trafficking (OXCAT) at the Jam Factory in Oxford on Thursday from 6.30pm-8pm.
Audiences can see the show for free at a rehearsal on September 15 at Pegasus from 1-4pm.
Tickets are £12 full price, £8 concessions and under-18s are £6 for the October performances.
To book call the theatre on 01865 812150. Visit justiceinmotion.co.uk