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JUSTICE IN MOTION is a physical theatre company, that creates issue-based work, inspired by true accounts of social injustice. Through a dynamic fusion of dance, music, multi-media, aerial circus and spoken word, JIM presents engaging and thought-provoking performances, events and workshops. JIM's aim is to inspire and catalyze positive social change, to transform and impact our culture & society.

www.justiceinmotion.co.uk Fundraise for us

+44 7719760925

Registered charity no. 1166800

Member since March 2023

About us

We want to inspire people through the performing arts to impact the world for the better. We do this by creating high-quality physical outdoor, indoor and digital performances. These performances pour light on difficult social issues where dreams are sometimes broken and people often failed. Always moving, creating change, we want you to also feel the emotion, the rawness of social injustice as much as we do. But also the beauty and the explosion, the stretch of every muscle, the pull of every turn.

Through performances, residencies and workshops we explore issues through our unique creative processes, raising awareness, building skills, encouraging confidence and promoting mental and physical health. From our base in Oxford we work with all ages around the UK as well as with affected communities.

“Their performances are spellbinding and I can honestly say they had a profound impact on me.” CHRIS BLYTHE, FORMER CEO CHARTERED INSTITUTE OF BUILDERS

“this type of theatre in general – is incredibly important, and has such a key role to play in awareness-raising and public education.” SHERRELL PERKINS (OXFAM)

“as I sat there watching the story unfold, I had time and space to allow my subconscious to receive through the art. The physical theatre could reach part of me that the realities and facts of real life couldn’t.” HELEN WHITWELL (PRESS RED CONFERENCE)

“The project has become an important memory of my life as I have always been looking for ways/ forms to express emotions through movements. So the project has definitely encouraged me to try expressing more and shed some walls in me.” PARTICIPANT (RESISdANCE)

“You've got just such a inspiring, innovative approach.” PARTICIPANT (MOVING TOGETHER)

"The instinctive approach to developing our students allowing them to explore and experiment was truly wonderful to watch" ANDREA PHILLIPS (HEAD OF PERFORMING ARTS, LARKMEAD SCHOOL, ABINGDON)