This November Infusion will be presenting at Burwell Library a combination of short stories in mime and poetry taken from classic and modern literature. Fun for the whole family, make sure you get your tickets here!
5-13 August 2022
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.
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!
Infusion is pleased to be short-listed for Cambridgeshire’s Library Presents Autumn menu. Vote for our mime and physical theatre duet ‘Selfish Giant and Other Stories’ under the Storytelling heading.
Vote here! (voting closes 22nd April)
Follow the orange button, and scroll down to the Storytelling heading to find us… and support your local Libraries!
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:
Come join us…!
We’re pleased that our partner Springs Dance Company is coming to Cambridge, UK as part of their Christmas tour of Journey of the Magi, with an all-star cast including our very own Dan Cossette… Don’t miss out! Also check out Springs full tour schedule under our upcoming events tab…
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
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 firstname.lastname@example.org 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