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Coming to Edinburgh Fringe Festival 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.

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Infusion Libraries Landscape

The Selfish Giant and Other Stories:

Infusion Physical Theatre brings to life short stories with eye-popping imagination and dynamic physicality! International mime duo Daniel and Melanie Cossette weave stories with and without words into an easy-to-follow laugh-and-wonder show for the whole family. Soar with secret agents on paragliders down to hungry caterpillars on leaves; explore timeless classics from Wilde and Milton, and non-sense poetry from Caroll and Tolkien. An eclectic collection, serious and fun, taken from literature, stories and comics. With elastic agility and the graceful elegance of French style mime, prepare for a show which will be magical and inspiring.

Vote to See Selfish Giant in Cambridgeshire Libraries Aumtumn 2022

 

Somebody’s Daughter —Counter Trafficking Project

Infusion’s bold fusion of contemporary dance and wordless storytelling has launched as a film. Somebody’s Daughter tracks the reverse puzzle of human trafficking for sexual exploitation. It’s a bone-jarring, high-energy physical journey through the highs and lows of life in the digital age, and the powers and players of one of the world’s fastest growing criminal trades: sex.

Now in film format, benefit screening are available to raise money for named charities. Contact us for details!

Screenings and live events followed by discussions with the show’s creator and Cambridge Centre of Applied Research in Human Trafficking (CCARHT), providing additional insights into the political, local/global issues, and strategic means of addressing modern slavery and trafficking.

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