LCP Dance Theatre – play AM?I explores theme of human trafficking

AM I – Dance Stops Trafficking – Edinburgh Fringe Festival 2013 – ‘The Place’ Resolution! 2014

RESOLUTION! 2014
11TH FEB 8PM
THE PLACE

LCP Dance Theatre would like to invite you to a performance of a new dance production AM I  successfully premiered in Edinburgh Fringe Festival 2013. It is inspired by the real story of a victim of human trafficking Sophie Hayes, the author of ‘TRAFFICKED’ Sunday Times Bestseller.

RESOLUTION 2014 – THE PLACE – LONDON – THE BIGGEST 25TH INTERNATIONAL PLATFORM FOR EMERGING CONTEMPORARY DANCE CHOREOGRAPHERS 

11TH FEBRUARY 2014 , 8PM                ROBIN HOWARD DANCE THEATRE       TICKETS ON SALE

VIDEO TRAILER1                 VIDEO TRAILER2                PRESS1                   PRESS2

THE COMPLEMENTARY TICKETS AVAILABLE FOR PRESS – PLEASE CONTACTINFO@LCPDANCETHEATRE.COM

PRESS PACK AVAILABLE HERE 

We are a not for profit organisation which brings awareness of violated human rights through performing arts, using multimedia, dance and movement to tell the story. Our latest remarkable achievement is the BBC Performing Arts Award 2011 for the dance production of ‘Rights(?)’. In a last few years LCP successfully performed in Fringe Festivals in the UK.

Considering that there are 27 million cases of trafficked victims forced to work illegally, imprisoned, physically and mentally abused, only 1% of it is rescued and start a new life. The rest either continue the slavery or return to it. In face of such a high rate of people’s slavery and such a small number of survivors, we can only prevent it from happening.

Therefore the aim of LCP Dance Theatre is not only to send the message of this terrific reality to everyone who potentially could be in a targeted group of victims but also to work with the victims directly, by using the movement therapy and get them engaged with a choreographic process of performing arts we are creating. We are associated with Sophie Hayes Foundation which supports victims of trafficking in the UK.

As we are a self-funded organisation likely working with such a committed volunteers who identify with our purpose and gratefully having residency at LESOCO (Lewisham&Southwark College in London) we believe that by talking through the movement and multimedia live performance, working with the targeted group of victims, we can make changes and motivate others to do the same by joining us in this manifest against violated human rights.

For more information about the company and human trafficking based dance project please do not hesitate to contact us.

Looking forward to hearing from you.

Best regards,

LCP Artistic Director
Joanna Puchala

info@lcpdancetheatre.com
www.lcpdancetheatre.com

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