CALL OUT for Dancers / Choreographers
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JUSTICE IN MOTION are seeking 2-3 dancers (male or female), to join the team for their new project MOVING TOGETHER. We particularly welcome applications from BAME artists. We are looking for committed individuals of any age (16+), with strong dance … Read More

#BlackLivesMatter
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Recent events have shocked and saddened us, as the very real pain and suffering in our society has come to the surface. To the members of our immediate and extended communities, we want you to know that we see you. … Read More

The music of theatre
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Making the Soundtrack Composer Quentin Lachapele creates music for theatre, film and media. He has worked with Justice in Motion on a number of productions the latest being ON EDGE. We recently caught up with him to find out more … Read More

Parkour during social isolation?
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How Does Parkour Athlete and Performer George Mayfield Manage Lockdown?     ON EDGE outdoor performance project since itfirst started in 2018. It was the idea of Justice in Motion’s Artistic Director, Anja Meinhardt, to create a performance using that … Read More

Choreographic opportunity – in.creation
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              We discovered a lot of interest in choreographic and performing opportunities after a remounting of PLASMA recently (a piece originally made with in.motion in 2016 and part of the Dancin’ Oxford dance festival). So we … Read More

Final Reflections on an Internship with Justice in Motion
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Taking photos Researching Crawling around like a wild animal Juggling Making bath bombs Clapping a clapperboard Writing Shouting at the top of my lungs Discussing politics in Outdoor Theatre Guillotining questionnaires Practicing my rusty German Conducting interviews Climbing scaffolding …are … Read More

On Edge Rehearsals Great Yarmouth
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  After a month of continuous rehearsals and much more besides, On Edge is about to launch into its’ exciting summer tour. The last two weeks of rehearsals have taken place in the Drill Hall in the seaside town of … Read More

The Story of the Notebook
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As I sit here drinking my rooibos tea my eyes stray to the objects that are around me; my phone, my laptop, my notebook, a banana skin and my mug. As I look at them I begin to wonder what … Read More

Who killed the cow?
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Reporter- Hello and welcome to Radio Olinda 1, reporting live from Brazil. Several police reports and the general public have accused cattle farm owners in the region of exploitation of their workers and mistreating them. This morning we have a … Read More

Who shipped the notebook?
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Who shipped the notebook? A report from Inspector Burrells of the International Transport Worker’s Federation in relation to the ship Cavalier Express, docking at Liverpool 03/04/2019. Reason for inspection- I had heard reports from other ships docking nearby that the … Read More

Who sold the notebook?
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  All I saw was the beautiful smoothness of the leather, I didn’t see the pain and suffering behind it, All I felt was the softness of the pages, I didn’t feel the agony of watching your friend die, All … Read More

Who chopped the tree down?
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    Chainsaws humming like bees, Sawdust and splinters blistering our palms, I wonder if they will pay me today. Heat closing around us, Sweat blinding our eyes, When did I last have some water? Cries and warnings echoing in … Read More

Bound Filming Day
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Lights. Camera. Action! “I think you’re going to be our slate. Welcome to the world of film work.” Carl, the camera director greets me as we begin setting up for the day of filming Bound. I look at him somewhat … Read More

Bound Rehearsals Stantonbury Theatre
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Exhaustion. Pain. Dirt. Stress. Hope. Disgrace. Love. Family. Dreams. These words struck me as I watched the time passing scene in rehearsals today. These words characterise human experience but almost more so characterise the everyday experience and reality of humans … Read More

BOUND Rehearsal January 2019
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#                     The winter sun heats the otherwise freezing day on the second morning of Bound rehearsals in Didcot. I enter the theatre space and it is filled with an excited … Read More

ON EDGE – starting a work in progress
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Bringing together physical theatre performers and parkour athletes on a theatre production is an interesting and challenging project. A two-week process of research and development together will lead to a performance to test ideas and gauge the audience’s reaction. At … Read More

A week with Justice in Motion
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20th November 2017 My name is Libbie (Elizabeth) Edwards, I’m a third-year dance student at Falmouth University and I was lucky enough to spend a week doing work experience with Justice in Motion. My time with the company has been … Read More

My Internship with Justice in Motion
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12th December 2016 I promised myself that I would keep this a fairly brief overview of my time as an intern with Justice in Motion, but it’s been a very busy few months so bear with me if I rattle … Read More

Freak – Fundraiser
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27th March 2015 FREAK – our first Fundraising event devised, rehearsed and led by Tanner Efinger, our producer at the time. “An enchanting evening of cabaret and performance. Come and explore the obscure through story, mime and song, as we befriend the lonely … Read More

Poverty on the Table – Film
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15th May 2015 After we devised ‘Poverty On The Table’ for the stage, we were commissioned by OPHI, to also provide a filmed version of the piece, to be made available in their resources. Filmed and edited by our fabulous film maker Ben … Read More