7pm, Saturday 12th October 2019.
The C3 Church, C3 Centre, CB1 3HR, Cambridge.
Next month, Infusion Physical Theatre will be sharing their production, 'Somebody's Daughter: A Counter-Trafficking Show' in Cambridge.
Hosted by the C3 Abolition Group, Infusion brings a high impact, thought provoking performance of dance and physical theatre. The show takes a tour-de-force look at the backwards puzzle pieces of the life of a trafficked 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.
The performance will be followed by a informative talk and Q&A regarding modern slavery and trafficking in the UK and Cambridge, and constructive steps individuals make to address the issue. Come enjoy refreshments, participate in a silent auction, experience a moving performance.
All proceeds to Hope for Justice.
Developed in partnership with Cambridge Centre of Applied Research in Human Trafficking (CCARHT)
Ages 14+ due to mature subject matter.
Find out more on the show's Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/events/665109977318874/
Audition sign-ups are now open for the hugely successful Cambridge University Dance Team! Run by CUTAZZ Dance Society, the Competition Team competes in Ballet, Tap, Jazz, Street, Contemporary and Wildcard categories against other universities across the country.
Auditions are taking place this year on SATURDAY 12TH OCTOBER. Sign up here for your chance to be a part of the team!!
Sign up here:
Auditions Facebook event:
Please email email@example.com with any questions!
We are really excited to be welcoming two new members onto our growing team over the next couple of months. Applications are open to everyone (i.e. students or non-students), and no experience is necessary; new ideas, enthusiasm and a love of dance are key!
Applications are now open for the following positions:
Publicity Officer: Work with our President and VP to run our brand-new website, Facebook, Twitter and Instagram, and keep our followers updated on new opportunities. A fantastic opportunity for anyone interested in marketing and social media influencing, get involved now to help establish and share a brand for our rebooted society!
Social Officer: Work with our Events officers to organise social events, with the goal of cultivating an open and dynamic hub for dance in the city. A great way to meet new people as well as gaining valuable experience in events organisation, this is your chance to really make an impact and bring people together in the dance community!
To apply, please email firstname.lastname@example.org detailing which role you would like to apply for, any relevant experience, and (most importantly!!) why you want to get involved!
Deadline: Sunday 20th October 2019
Please feel free to drop us an email with any questions you may have- we can't wait to hear from you!
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Sunday 15th - Monday 16th September 2019, 7.45pm. £25- £35.
This month will see Cambridge welcome the powerful all-male dance company Balletboyz onto the Arts Theatre stage. Direct from their West End season, the company will be performing a spectacular double-bill for two nights only- don't miss out!
'Them is created by the BalletBoyz dancers themselves, whilst the Tony and Olivier Award-winning choreographer Christopher Wheeldon (An American in Paris) brings us the achingly beautiful Us, inspired by his critically acclaimed duet featured in the company’s memorable production, Fourteen Days.
Set to contrasting scores by cult singer-songwriter Keaton Henson and emerging composer Charlotte Harding, this innovative double bill asks where we see ourselves in relation to the “other,” and explores the fine balance between them and us.' (Cambridge Arts Theatre)
To find out more and book tickets, head over to the Arts Theatre Website: