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- Three Weeks

From the first moments, it’s apparent that this is a remarkable performance.

Just how remarkable only becomes clear after 45 breathless and mind-blowing minutes, that transport the audience into the dark world of human trafficking and the subsequent desolation.

Inspired by Sophie Hayes’ recent book ‘Trafficked’, the nine performers illustrate just how easily one can become trapped in this world.

The victim and the trafficker often merge identities, and the group actively attempt to raise the audience’s consciousness towards this gruesome phenomenon.

The stunning choreography (bravo, Joanna Puchala), the impeccable execution and the power of the visual imagery is utterly paralysing.

“Dance stops trafficking!” they advertise.

For me, their dance stopped my heartbeat.











LCP Dance Theatre, Choreography by Joanna Puchala

Am I


Sat 3rd - Sat 10th August
8.35pm (45mins)

From England

A new dance performance from a professional company from London; hugely successful at Camden Fringe.

This multimedia performance is inspired by the terrifying true story of a British girl forced into the sex trade - Sophie Hayes -author of Sunday Times bestseller ‘Trafficked’.

Explores the dual identity and emotional entanglements of a sexual slavery victim and trafficker.

It could be you... ‘Visually arresting experience’ (Dancing Times, on RIGHTS(?)).

‘Ambitious dance piece’ (Independent, on RIGHTS(?)).

Sponsored by BBC Performing Arts Award in 2011, and in collaboration with African company Tavaziva Dance.





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Tickets:
£8.50 (£7.50)

Group discount: 10% off for groups of 10+
2for1 on Mon 5th & Tues 6th
Friends of Fringe: 2 for 1 anytime – only available from Fringe Box Office



Spotlites @ The Merchants' Hall
Venue 278. 22 Hanover Street. EH2 2EP

Just up from National Gallery. Venue Box Office: 0131 220 5911

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