Articles & Reviews

The Journal / 26 March 2015

“Jasmin Vardimon Dance Company’s depiction of park life puts all subsequent pale imitations in the shade”

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Herald Scotland / 27 January 2015

“When Jasmin Vardimon says that she’s looking for honesty on-stage, she’s not only referring to the way she asks dancers to approach the making and performing of her company’s repertoire. She’s also talking about the content of that repertoire, of the cogent observations and insights that she channels into choreographies about how we live now, our relationships and our behaviour patterns.”

Read the full article / 13 November 2014

“Vardimon’s eight-strong troupe are awesomely skilled in their range and versatile nature of performance- physically terrifying- these performers have been actor trained and fitness trained with intensity equal to any army bootcamp ready for combat.”

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Critical Dance / 11 November 2014

“…the sort of thing that is vital to keeping the dance scene – as a whole – alive. To be (gently) shaken and reminded of the current work at the forefront of contemporary dance is very welcome.”

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