Edinburgh Fringe Festival

5-13 August 2022

Soothe

Dive into the pre-frontal cortex for an off-balance and emotive exploration of the three modes of emotional regulation: threat, drive, soothe. With grace and athleticism Soothe looks at the adrenaline, dopamine, and oxytocin that push, pull and drag us through life.

This 4-cast ensemble brings to life the movement of mental well-being in a thoughtful and rambunctious examination of the psychological systems that make us tick. With this new contemporary dance theatre work, award winning Infusion Physical Theatre weaves together non-traditional partnering and original music to follow the cravings of a post-lockdown society eager for recovery.

Book Tickets Here

Apple n’ Spice hits Cambridge

Apple ‘N’ Spice is participatory Indo-European family dance show (for children aged 3+). This charming new fairy-tale tells the story of two stepmothers; one from the East and one from the West. As the plot thickens and their stories entwine, the characters need the help of the audience to find their happy ending. The show brings Bharatanatyam, shadow puppetry, contemporary dance and an original music score.

The show is supported by Arts Council England, Hertfordshire libraries, Cambridge Junction, Mercury Theatre, Offbeat Festival-Oxford and Worthing Theatres and Museums.

Fringeward Ho!

Its finally happening! We’re heading to the Edinburgh Fringe Festival–its been a long road of pandemics, lockdowns, cancellations and postponements… but its finally here. Catch our all-new show on its world premier, Soothe! A thoughtful and rambunctious exploration of the three modes of emotional regulation: threat, drive, soothe. Award-winning artists deliver off-balance, emotive dance theatre embodying the hormones that push, pull and drag us through a post-lockdown society eager for recovery.

See the full run and get tickets here!

Easter Film

Check out some of Infusion’s team in this this gripping film mime, physical theatre and dance film.

The Lent Season has begun, and Easter is close at hand!

Make the original Easter story as accessible as possible. Instead of a live Easter performance, download this digital Easter show, and host a screening!

Easy-to-use in a church hall or sanctuary, suitable for online meetings (Zoom, or other broadcast platforms), as well as home screens.

Artbeat’s performance `Easter, the Story of Freedom` is suitable for all audiences and languages. Not a word is spoken but the viewer is taken through this intense story of love, hate, pain, surrender, lies, mercy and victory.

Trailer and booking here: 
easterpassion.net/en

Return to the Stage

After 19 months of Covid-19 lockdowns and restrictions, Infusion was pleased to take to the stage for English audiences just a week ago. Partnering with longstanding friends (we call them our sister company) E33 Dance Company, we were pleased to perform to an wonderful audience at the Battersea Exchange, London.

Audience shared tears of joy and relief, and moments of comfort–many leaving the event saying they felt “lighter” and “fuller.” The show We’re Gonna Be Okay, was devised from personal stories of the dancers, and looking for hope and healing after the tumultuous past year-and-a-half.

Photos: Nick Cornwall

Nourish

Infusion is pleased to be teaching in Nourish, Springs Dance Company’s online dance event! We will be offering Mime for Dancers, as well as a Modern Dance Mixer for open levels, and intermediate levels. Look for Springs company members as well as master class teachers from around the world contributing fantastic classes to fuel and inspire you. Registration also allows access to daily inspirational thoughts, and panel discussions with artistic directors from around the UK. Don’t miss it!

There’s something for everyone, no matter what level mover or dancer you may be, from beginner adult to professional. Come get nourished!

Join the event here, and choose from a large menu of master classes, panels, devotionals, and more…

Award

We are pleased to announce that our very own Daniel Cossette has won an award from the Arts Council and National Lottery to create new work during lock down, and to make support materials for online classes. We’re very pleased! Sign up for our online dance classes for more information, and upcoming help videos. And stay tuned as information develops on the arts’ sectors return from lock down…!