LCP Dance Theatre (LCP) a multiethnic dance company working within human rights (against human trafficking) was founded in London in 2006. In 2011 with support of BBC Performing Arts Award to the choreographer Mimmo Miccolis, Bernie Grant Arts Centre and Tavaziva Dance was created a full length Multimedia Dance Performance ‘Rights(?)’ based on human rights. Currently we are preparing a premiere in Edinburgh Fringe Festival 2013 with a new dance production ‘AM I’, inspired by the truth story of a victim of human trafficking Sophie Hayes, an author of ‘Trafficked’ Sunday Times Bestseller. The aim of the company is to workshop nationally and internationally within the local communities preferably with victims of human trafficking and create the short performance opening the fund raising performance of LCP. The first destination is Cambodia. To be able to proceed with bringing awareness of violated human rights through the art we are drawing attention to you.
Due to decreasing demand on the performance because of economic crisis LCP cannot survive or continue its artistic and charity work without financial support from art lovers like yourself. LCP is a charitable company and all its income is reinvested on organising the fund raising performance to stop human trafficking. If you would like to support our work please donate through paypal by clicking a button below. Currently all donations support the trip to Edinburgh Fringe Festival 2013 followed by trip to Cambodia to work with victims of human trafficking and fund raising LCP performance.
Please click below to donate if you pay UK income or capital gains tax and would like LCP to be able to claim Gift Aid from the government on top of your donation. It gives us an extra 25 pence on top of each pound you donate, which is the basic rate tax you paid on that income. It costs you nothing – your tax just goes to us instead of the government. If you are a higher rate tax payer, you can reclaim the additional tax yourself. But you must actually have paid tax on the income you donate to help us in this way.
Please click below to donate if you DO NOT pay UK income or capital gains tax or DO NOT want LCP DT to claim Gift Aid from the government on top of your donation:
We also work with other charities and organisation to offer free tickets to certain groups. We want to make sure that people who are vulnerable or have little money are given opportunities to see our shows. If you would like to contribute to this effort for this season’s production of ‘AM I’, you may use the below button to PAY NOW for a number of free tickets of your choice. We cannot promise that the number of tickets we give away exactly matches the number you have paid for (it depends on the pick-up by the organisations we work with). But such free tickets will be the priority use of any funding we receive.