Articles & Reviews

Oxford Times / 16th July 2009

“Justitia, Vardimons new work, centres on a court case. From what Id heard I was expecting a whodunnit? It turns out to be more of a whyshedoit?, but is no less intriguing for that…  this is a clever idea, bravely carried out.”

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“At ten to twenty pounds a ticket Jasmin Vardimon’s Justitia was excellent value for money: a must-see dance company. 5/5”

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British Theatre Guide / 1 May 2009

“Justitia opens with a spine-chillingly beautiful scene which sums up the theatrical forces at play in Jasmin Vardimon’s excellent courtroom dance drama.”

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MusicOMH / 1 May 2009

“The ever-refreshing, ever-entertaining programme by Sadler’s Wells at their central London outpost, the Peacock Theatre, continues with Justitia by Jasmin Vardimon Company, a “gripping courtroom dance drama” that is brutal and darkly comic in equal measures, set on a grand revolving stage.”

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