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Politically-charged theatre from acclaimed choreographer

Date Posted: 13/08/2013

Justitia, by award-winning choreographer Jasmin Vardimon, running from 17th to 22nd September at Sadler’s Wells’ Peacock Theatre in London, has been described as a cutting-edge piece of dance theatre.

Suitable for Key Stage 4 students or older, Justitia delves into the depths of the justice system, unravelling the multiple truths concealed behind a crime story.

In a filmic replay of events, staged on a revolving set, school groups will witness the action from different perspectives. Punctuated with provocative and insightful humour, Justitia demonstrates Vardimon’s individual brand of highly acute physical theatre.

About Jasmin Vardimon

Jasmin Vardimon has just been awarded the International Theatre Institute’s Award for Excellence in International Dance for 2013.

Celebrated as one of Britain’s leading female choreographers, her company’s recent successes include sell-out performances of 7734, Yesterday and Freedom at Sadler’s Wells and at international venues.

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