Refreshing neo classical ballet company JSLN Dance take their new show Variations of Pointe on tour, an exciting new triple bill encompassing all aspects of ballet: grace, elegance and entertainment with something for everyone. it is performing at Secombe Theatre, Sutton, June 16th
“an intriguing and highly entertaining triple bill that reflects (their) desire for classical and populist narratives to be explored through classical ballet” (Stage Talk Magazine)
Beginning with an adaptation of Fokine’s Petrouchka (with music by Stravinsky), Variations of Pointe then leaps into the antics of Allo Allo, translated into dance – watch Rene Artois and his friends thwart Herr Flick in a very new take on a British classic. Finally, Transitions of (I)dentity follows from JSLN’s success at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival 2015, with beautiful pared down, elegant and pure movements of neo-classical ballet to the music of Vivaldi.
“JSLN Dance is definitely a company to look out for in future” (TV Bomb)
As a part of this national tour, JSLN are also bringing their hugely popular workshops for all ages, from schoolchildren to senior citizens in care homes, as well as behind the scenes events at venues the company will be performing at.
JSLN Dance Company was founded in 2012 by Sören Niewelt and Jessica Larbig in Berlin and has gained an international reputation, performing refreshing neoclassical works around Germany and Asia.
For more details go to Sutton THEATRES