We’re always interested inspiring creativity and helping people be active and mobile! Come along to our live classes. Pilates classes running currently. Dance beginning Sept 6th!
Don’t miss out on our upcoming mime workshops!
Two Saturdays! Feb 27th & Mar 6th
3-5pm UK time
Each week will be different: Focus will be on physicalization of a character and emotion in movement. Following that will be corporeal architecture and shaping the invisible world.
The majority of the workshop will introduce concepts of movement from the Marceau-style of mime, creating a diving board for you to develop your own creative practice. Both sessions will include moments for you to make your own sketches and movement experiments, to develop practical application of the techniques explored.
This course will be fantastic for actors, dancers, movement enthusiasts, business professionals and students. Grow your understanding of body language, posture, control, communication. Inspire greater levels of clarity and dynamic in characters, expression, and embrace the mystére of movement.
Email us at email@example.com for details. International payments possible.
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
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!
It’s been an inspiring summer for us! This July we were pleased to welcome back our talented international team to re-launch our counter trafficking show. This time it featured as part of Cambridge Centre of Applied Research in Human Trafficking’s summer symposium. The show was called Just Sex, looking at trafficking for sexual exploitation, especially in the UK and Europe.
Important discussion following the show raised the question: what are we doing about user demand in this culture? Field researchers from the post show panel, experts from the CCARHT symposium, confirmed the crisis, and provided crucial on-the-ground insights into the problem. After the discussion audience members reported, “I’ve never thought of it like this before; this show has really changed my mind!”
Following this the team headed across the channel, to Paris! There Infusion participated in the Project Dance, an international foundation presenting dance for healing in the face of a tragedy-strewn world. We presented Just Sex at a charity fundraiser for Saving Zoë, an organization against child abuse. Following this the team participated in the all-day, open-air, dance concert in the Place de la Republique, dancing inspirational pieces for people on the streets of Paris—even local protests were cancelled as the open plaza was bathed waves of beauty and artistry from the diverse works of contributing artists!
Following this Infusion’s Dan Cossette taught as a company member for Springs Dance Company for their London Summer Course. The week culminated with the students presenting a new work, designed that week, and presented before the company took the stage to present the landmark final performance of the beautiful show Bread of Life. Dan will miss playing a role in that wonderful production!
Lastly Daniel and Melanie Cossette flew to Switzerland to teach physical theatre as faculty at the Ad Deum Summer Dance and Physical Theatre Intensive in Biel/Bienne. It was a week of inspiration and creativity, working alongside the incredible artists of Ad Deum, both sharing classes, and creating mimeography on students over the 7-day intensive: appropriately named intense!
Stay in touch for our upcoming tour dates—
Oct 12th the C3 Centre, Cambridge
Oct 14 London TBA
Oct 18th London TBA
Oct 24th Eyes and Ears Convention, Ely
Or come join us for community classes on a Monday night in Cambridge!
… that they are pleased to announce! Look for Infusion’s Just Sex: a Counter Trafficking Show at this incredible community awareness day in Ely…!
Last year we brought an excerpt, this time we will be presenting the whole show. The day will feature key speakers from the Police and County Council, as well as hundreds of resources for helping vulnerable persons.
We’re taking our Counter Trafficking production to feature as part of the charity concert Project Dance Live, Friday night event (July 19th); afterwards our dancers will donate their time and talent to dance in the Place de la Republique, Project Dance Foundation’s title event, bringing hope and healing to the streets through dance (Saturday, July 20th). See you on the street!
Don’t miss the exciting and eye-opening discussion after the show! We’re excited to reveal our panellists, courtesy of CCARHT. Come and find human trafficking and sexual exploitation unmasked, and find out what you can do to help end it. #ItsnotJustSex
Panel featuring Revd Carrie Pemberton Ford, Tania García Sedano, Benjamin Thomas Greer, J.D, Dr Kalyani Gopal, Dr Simon Stockley, and Alison Wilson
Get tickets to the modern slavery dance and discussion event of the year at our Eventbrite page for Just Sex: A Counter Trafficking Show
Just Sex: a Counter Trafficking Show
A bold fusion of contemporary dance and physical theatre, Infusion takes a tour-de-force look at the backwards puzzle pieces of the life of a prostituted woman. Based on survivor stories and documentation, Infusion tackles human trafficking for sexual exploitation, and finds a surprise culprit. Hard-edged, fast-paced and soulful, this wordless epic exposes the powers and players of one of the world’s fastest growing criminal trades: sex.
Developed in partnership with Cambridge Centre of Applied Research in Human Trafficking (CCARHT)
Ages 15+ due to mature subject matter
Thursday 4th July, 2019
St Andrew Street Baptist Church
43 St Andrew’s Street
Cambridge CB2 3AR
Suggested donation £12 per ticket, thru Eventbrite
Event open to public, a special evening part of CCARHT’s annual Summer Symposium.
(Donations will go towards Infusion’s artists and touring fees, so we can take the show around the UK and Europe, including a dance festival in Paris this July! Project Dance Paris)