Contact improvisation was originally conceived as a ‘dance sport’ in the early 70’s. Whilst classes and workshops act as a support to the skills used in the practice, jams are the main arena of the improvised part of CI. A jam is typically a shared space that can include dancers of different levels, musicians and observers. Yet jams are rarely performed in an organised or performative manner. Our regular jam at THC is usually without music and a focused practice space. In this very rare occasion we invite the public in the space with us to witness what can happen when we jam.