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.

Park delivers fresh statements about our time, treating us to Vardimon’s insightful humour and beautifully detailed movement. Park is a breathtaking collision of highly acute physical theatre, text, athletic dance and funky music. (2005)

‘Vividly physical and quirky performances… the audience was on its feet cheering’ THE TIMES

‘Highly original material, beautifully executed by a talented cast’ INDEPENDENT ON SUNDAY

‘Extraordinary… sexy and beautiful dance piece’ NEW STATESMAN

‘Jasmin Vardimon seems poised to be the next big popular British export’ NEW YORK TIMES

‘A magical piece of work and one which delivers on many of its ambitious goals’  MUSIC OMH

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