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Dear God...
“The ocean is like God and raindrops are the religion. When they fall into the ocean they become one.”
Zoya Ahmed and Nurun Uddin

The Natashas Project

What will Farah do?

Primary school educational theatre piece
Thanks to Westhill Endowment’s generous grant, we have begun the early stages of creating an interactive theatre production using visual language, dance, puppetry & British Sign Language to communicate the issue of Child Sexual Abuse (CSA) to KS2 children. Sharing how to spot the signs and the links to modern slavery. The aim is to create something all children can understand regardless of language or hearing barriers and empower a child to speak up if something is wrong.We hope in the future to develop this into a touring production that can be rolled out to primary schools across the country.
Who we are and what we do:
The Natashas Project is a professional contemporary dance/physical theatre company founded in 2013. Its aim is to use dance to inform and equip the public about Human Trafficking and Modern Day Slavery and support survivors through therapeutic dance workshops.

Our three approaches:

Performance Productions - We deliver professional awareness dance productions impacting and informing audiences on the effects and realities of modern slavery to inspire change. 

Educational Workshops - Using contemporary dance, choreographic and physical theatre techniques to allow participants to engage with the subject matter of modern slavery in a creative way. Topics of personal importance are also addressed, such as reflecting on safe relationships and recognising indicators of potential harm.

Restorative Dance Workshops - Tailor-made restorative dance workshops to provide a creative means of support for survivors of human trafficking and modern slavery.

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