Counter Trafficking Project
Infusion is bringing their bold fusion of contemporary dance and wordless storytelling back to the UK this July (1st-18th), with a national tour in conjunction with the Cambridge Centre of Applied Research in Human Trafficking. Somebody’s Daughter/Just Sex 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.
The tour commences with a special performance, open to the public, as part of CCARHT’s annual Summer Symposium.
Ages 15+ due to subject matter
Thursday 4th July, 2019
St Andrew Street Baptist Church
43 St Andrew’s Street
Cambridge CB2 3AR
Suggested donation £12 per ticket. Tickets thru Eventbrite
Currently booking OCTOBER for community events, churches, Sixth Forms, and corporate events. The 30 minute production is followed by a post-show talk and Q&A
Project Dance Paris–Following our Cambridge show, we’ll be taking the 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!