Jasmin Vardimon is one of the most exciting and accessible choreographers working in the field of dance and theatre today. Recipient of the prestigious 2000 Jerwood Award for choreography, and nominated for Best Female Artist in the Critics’ Circle National Dance Awards (2003), her work is powerful, unusual and often startling.

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, and a flag-waving bully rants worn out political beliefs. Combining spectacle with real-life characters, PARK delivers fresh statements about our time.

Treating us to Vardimon’s insightful humour and beautifully detailed movement, this is a breathtaking collision of highly acute physical theatre with Nintendo-like ballerina movements and metaphors.

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