Jasmin Vardimon Dance Company tours nationally and internationally from its operating base at South East Dance. It produces and presents work, created by director Jasmin Vardimon, for the middle scale touring circuit. Activity is complemented by an extensive education programme.
Park by Jasmin Vardimon Company
Jasmin Vardimon Company perform 'Park'.
Park is an urban oasis, a place of refuge from ordinary life where eight characters play, fight, fall in love and learn to survive. In this playground of relationships, young lovers wrestle naked in a historic fountain, a graffiti artist sprays his story, a busker finds his only appreciative audience in a bag lady and a flagwaving bully rants worn out political beliefs. Their stories intertwine creating a modern day fairy tale that is alternately sharp, funny and cruel.
JV2 'TOMORROW' (2013) Trailer
Jasmin Vardimon Presents JV2 - 'TOMORROW'
A Triple Bill Choreographed & Directed by
With the mission to develop, encourage and cultivate young talent and young audiences, Jasmin Vardimon Company has formed JV2, delivering a new one-year further education certificate.
Tomorrow presents the debut tour of this year's JV2, a vibrant and fresh new group of 10 young international dancers, hand-picked by Artistic Director Jasmin Vardimon
Find out more at - http://www.jasminvardimon.com/tomorrow.html
JV2 Support Comic Relief
JV2 celebrate comic relief on Red Nose Day in rehearsals for Tomorrow (UK Tour 19 March - 4 May 2013). For tour details visit www.jasminvardimon.com
Freedom by Jasmin Vardimon Company
FREEDOM preview clip (July 2012) by Jasmin Vardimon Company.
Preview filmed at The Jasmin Vardimon Production Studio, Ashford Kent.
Directed & Choreographed by Jasmin Vardimon.
Filming & Editing by Guy Bar-Amotz.
Music: Immigration by Led Zeppelin
Exploring notions of what keeps our imagination free, this full-length dance theatre work delivers breathtaking physicality with beautifully detailed characterisation.
Powered by Vardimon's beguiling theatricality and provocative daring, FREEDOM presents a versatile company of international dancers, fusing clever animation with live action and inventive set designs.
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7734 Audience Feeback
Audience feedback from the world premiere of Jasmin Vardimon Company's 7734 at Brighton Dome on 23 September 2010.
7734 questions the human forces and weaknesses that have manufactured hell on earth whilst illuminating both our capacity for survival and the poetry of hope.
'Strong images and a propulsive physicality'
'Excellent theatricality. Impressive moments of great poignancy and arresting imagery' LONDONDANCE.COM
7734 by Jasmin Vardimon Company (2010)
A 2 minute clip of the show '7734' (2010). Directed & choreographed by Jasmin Vardimon.
Man's inhumanity to man never ceases to stun each generation. 7734 questions the human forces and weaknesses that have manufactured hell on earth whilst illuminating both our capacity for survival and the poetry of hope.
In this daring new production, Jasmin's visceral choreography and use of video integration dramatically combine with text, music and awe-inspiring performances by a nine-strong company of international performers. 7734 features a specially commissioned script by Soho Theatre's Pamela Carter.
'Theatrical gold. Piercingly powerful' DAILY TELEGRAPH
'Moments of rare beauty and inventiveness' THE SPECTATOR
Video by Guy Bar-Amotz
Jasmin Vardimon Company perform 'Yesterday' (2008)
3 minutes clip of 'YESTERDAY' (2008). Directed & choreographed by Jasmin Vardimon.
Celebrating the company's 10th anniversary, YESTERDAY is a retrospective new piece featuring some of the most breath-taking duets, striking solos and iconic moments selected from the company's repertoire: Justitia, Park, Lullaby, Tête, Lurelurelure and Ticklish. Interwoven with new choreographic material, live video and animation, this bold new work resounds with passion, precision and trademark physicality.
Contrasting flashes of daring athleticism with moments of touching beauty, eight dancers interweave scenes of intimate and vulnerable tenderness with provocative and playful choreography, remaining as stirring and socially relevant as ever.
Video by Guy Bar-Amotz
Justitia By Jasmin Vardimon Company
3 Minute Clip from the Jasmin Vardimon Production of 'Justitia' (2006).
A daring, sharp-edged piece of physical dance theatre, Justitia delves into the depths of our justice system, inviting the audience on an investigative journey as it unravels the multiple truths concealed behind a gripping crime story.
In a film-like replay of events, the audience witnesses the action from different perspectives -- at the crime scene, in the court house, inside an intimate group therapy room -- revealing new realities as a series of secrets unfold. A verdict must be reached -- was it murder, manslaughter or self-defence?
Punctuated with provocative and dark humour, Justitia treats us to Vardimon's unique brand of highly acute physical theatre, theatrically staged on a large revolving set. Fiercely athletic and intricately detailed, this production delivers a generous mix of energetic dance, a sharp script and an exhilarating soundtrack.
Video by Guy Bar-Amotz
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