★★★★✰ 21 dance films, sourced from all over the globe and presented by Marquee TV in association with Screen.dance (Scotland’s Festival of dance on screen) and San Francisco Dance Film Festival.
Tag - Jasmin Vardimon
★★★✰✰ Jasmin Vardimon’s latest work uses mythology to make a powerful point about gender issues in the present day with an overt relevance to the #MeToo movement.
★★★★✰ Nafisah Baba is the BBC Young Dancer for 2017. The 20 year-old contemporary dancer from West London won the award with a diverse trio of dances that grew stronger through the rounds.
jasminvardimon.com Full details of Pinocchio tour The Jasmin Vardimon Company has built up a remarkable repertoire of physical theatre and contemporary dance, since the company was founded, almost 20 years’ ago. The principal author of all these works, whose name the company bears, was born in Israel but has been based in the UK, since 1995. Vardimon has been an Associate Artist of Sadler’s Wells...
British Dance Edition (BDE), has announced its programme of performances for the 2016 showcase which is taking place in Wales for the first time - 15 – 18 March 2016.
Sara Veale catches up with Jane Hackett, director of National Youth Dance Company, ahead of NYDC’s performance at Latitude Festival on 19 July.
What you get with the Jasmin Vardimon brand is an intense physical approach to dance and the JV2 dancers have assimilated this physicality with gusto.
Latitude, the summer festival for people who don’t like rolling around in the mud, is back in sunny Southwold for a ninth year...
A major triumph throughout the work is a seamless integration of dance with all other theatrical elements.
Gallery by Foteini Christofilopoulou
Sadler's Sampled is back - with 6 companies showing the glorious breadth of dance that will be on at the theatre over the next few months.
Vardimon has harnessed the energy and liveliness of her diverse cast to produce a briskly-paced work which celebrates the group but still has moments which let the individuality of some of the cast shine through.
Freedom came when the performers were allowed to dance. And that just wasn’t often enough.
It's the name of the game that one does not necessarily appreciate all plans (or indeed how they crystallise out in practice) but I have to say that Sadler's Wells set a benchmark re new work/experiences and for where you want a progressive art to be.