Jasmin Vardimon Company strikes again with a brand-new work that is set to take the British dance theatre scene by storm when it hits Sadler's Wells this autumn!
A reflection on the powerful feminine symbol, the myth and its various connotations in our contemporary life.
Sadler’s Wells Associate Artist Jasmin Vardimon’s new work looks at the gendered historical significance and the philosophical idea of ‘reflection’ associated with the snake-haired gorgon.
Created on and inspired by the coast of Spain where the word ’medusa’ means jellyfish, it will also explore what environmental fate awaits our seas.
Bringing together a remarkable international cast, Vardimon shows off her highly physical choreographic style in this epic theatrical piece.
Medusa marks 20 years of creativity for Jasmin Vardimon Company and it is a part of the nationwide Season for Change programme, which was formed to inspire urgent action on the pressing issue of climate change.
The Company's 2017 dance production of Pinocchio was critically lauded and Medusa is expected to be just as successful if not moreso than its predecessor.
Be sure to book your tickets sharpish for this very limited run of just three performances!