"Escape 2" - Aerial Dance - Edinburgh Fringe 2017

We are raising money to support our Aerial/Pole Dance Project "Escape 2" in order to take it to the Edinburgh Fringe Festival 2017

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This project is using Flexible funding and will receive all pledges made by 10:31am 2nd July 2017

About this project:

We are raising money to be able to go and perform at the world's biggest Arts festival - The Edinburgh Fringe 2017. In order to make it happen, we would like to introduce ourselves and ask for your support.

We are a multimedia dance company which is producing "Escape 2" - an aerial and pole dance performance.   "Escape 2"  builds on last year's successful aerial dance, "Escape" by Joanna Puchala and introduces pole dance choreography by Natalie Taylor.  Aerial dance with silks is combined with pole dance to create a unique performance that breaks the convention of the pole dance stereotype and creates a new aspect of pole dance merged into aerial and contemporary dance.  All that is connected to the human rights around the subject of refugees. 

"Escape 2" will be presented in Edinburgh at Fringe festival from 4th to 19th  of August at Greenside at Nicolson Square. The London's Preview will take place at Blue Elephant Theatre 7-9 July

http://www.lcpdancetheatre.com/escape-2-edinburgh-fringe-festival-2017/

LCP Dance Theatre draws awareness to human rights violations through dance and  presents the emotional journey of a refugee through struggle, despair and the search for freedom. Fusing pole and silks performance with dance theatre ” Escape 2″ explores the impact of a new environment on a refugee, who must face social, political and psychological challenges in order to integrate wth a new society.

Quotes on ” Escape” Fringe 2016:

"Modern, moving, muscular & magnificent" *****Mumble Dance 

“…More alive than before” ****CEEL.ORG.UK

“A compelling dance performance dealing with highly relevant issues” UK Theatre

“An interesting performance with a clear purpose” ***Everything Theatre

About the company

LCP is an award winning organization based in London with opened networks to various artists and institutions, which through different forms of art and other recourses manifests against violated rights.

The outcome of this online fund-raising campaign is to cover some of the expenses of participating in Edinburgh Fringe Festival 2017 such as travel expenses, the cost of publicity and venue’s hire. The estimated cost of 4 people: dancers/technician, traveling to Edinburgh and returning back, publicity and the venue’s hire is 10 000£. We are putting on a pledge just part of it 4000£ wishing that the rest of it will be funded by the other third parties sources. We would appreciate if you could support us by any donation of 10, 20, 30£. Please see another options listed by special sponsorhip pacages available and do not hestitate to contact us for more details. 

We are very grateful to all volunteers who have been supporting our activities by providing us with their unique artistic, intellectual and administrative skills. Without you this and other projects wouldn’t be possible to happen

We have a very limited time before the Edinburgh Fringe Festival in August 2017, however we believe that with your donation we will be able to proceed with our aim of bringing up the issue of inequality of refugees through performing arts. This can only happen with your support. We would appreciate your help and involvement in the project.

Any help of spreading the word out through your social medias would be apreciated. Please add LCP Dane Theatre to your social medias (Twitter, FB, Instagram, YouTube). 

If you or somebody you know could  provide us with the free accomodation in Edinburgh in August (2-20th x 4 people) it would would be a huge support. 

Thank You!

Looking forward to hear from you. 

Find out more about us www.lcpdancetheatre.com

Best Regards,

LCP Dance Theatre

Artisitc Director,

Joanna Puchala

info@lcpdancetheatre.com

www.lcpdancetheatre.com

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"(..) visually arresting and so spellbinding troupe's energy and choreographer's interestingly off-beat approach" Dancing Times 

"Taking steps to freedom-an ambitious dance piece explores human rights violations around the world" - The Independent