We were pleased to run specialty one-off workshops for Cambridge Contemporary Dance and Queen’s College Contemporary Dance Society, University of Cambridge over the last two weeks. Master classes by Daniel Cossette of Infusion brought community, students and professionals together to enjoy moving, exploring Graham and Limon inspired movements and core-floor locomotion.
Look for us in London, tomorrow at the Tedx event!
Join us for the day as we explore the theme of Encore at the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama for a third year. Last year’s event, Re:Act, was a massive success, with around 2.5 thousand views through the live stream on Facebook, viewers watching from all over the world.
We are inviting you again to one of the world’s top drama schools, opening the doors of Central’s Embassy Theatre for a day of “ideas worth sharing”: talks that will inspire and entertain you. We have selected the best speakers, from a variety of backgrounds and expertise.
Royal Central School
62-64 Eton Avenue
London, London, City of, NW3 3HY
–Springs Dance Company
Infusion is taking a short Michaelmas siesta, but look for our own Dan Cossette in Springs Dance Company’s fabulous Christmas show Journey of the Magi. It will be profound, serene, funny, heart-warming… and remarkably sparkly!
For booking dates and locations, visit our Upcoming Events tab.
We’re bringing our counter-trafficking physical theatre show to East Cambridgeshire’s Community Eyes and Ears Event at Ely Cathedral Oct 24th at 10am . FREE ENTRY
The event will be opened and supported by The Lord-Lieutenant’s representative The Hon. Frances Stanley DL and Jason Ablewhite Police Crime Commissioner for Cambridgeshire and Peterborough.
Their event page is here
Infusion was pleased to participate in the 10th Anniversary Celebration of Trumpington Pavillion. Along with other groups presenting from the Village Hall, we shared some of our mime and dance. We were pleased to be joined by several dancers from our community class who presented work they’ve been learning over the last few weeks. It was great to be involved; we performed for community residents and the Mayor of Cambridge.
Infusion’s Dan and Mel Cossette will participate as dancers in the Counting in Clouds response-in-movement to the Yoko Ono SKY PIECES installation, choreography by Hillary Goodall. Sunday Sept 29th, 12:30pm, 2pm and 3pm. Admission is free.
We are pleased to be supporting Hope for Justice, a dynamic counter trafficking charity, with a fundraising performance and information evening–in partnership with the C3 Abolition Group, and the C3 Centre. Look for special guest speakers from CCARHT as well!
Come along and support the event, also take part in a silent auction to help raise funds. Refreshments will be available, and it promises to be a impactful and educational evening!
7pm, Saturday 12 Oct, 2019
Auditorium, The C3 Centre, Coldhams Lane, Cambridge
See BBC Panorama’s documentary on featuring Hope for Justice here. Then get involved!