Justice in Motion and the Inspire Parkour community have brought together exciting choreography, theatre and athletics in an exciting show to be performed in Oxford Castle courtyard. On Edge fuses beauty and humour, telling a stimulating, moving tale addressing the issue of modern-day slavery that asks – what does it really mean to be free? Atop towering scaffolding, a group of men ricochet around a building site. Their routine may give a sense of purpose and security yet behind the perimeter fencing, all is not as it first appears…

On Edge involves international collaborators, parkour athletes and performers.   Between shows, you can explore the sensational freedom of moving around the parkour construction site with their free interactive workshops.

No booking is necessary to attend performances or workshops, just come along to the castle courtyard.

Performances:  Saturday 17th August 5.00pm, Sunday 18th August 12.00pm, 4.00pm

Venue:  Oxford Castle and Prison Courtyard, Oxford OX1 1AY

Parkour park open for you to have a go:  Saturday @ 2pm – 4pm and Sunday @ 10:30am – 11:30am, 1pm – 3pm.

Price:  Free

Suitable for all ages

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