Nijinsky's Last Jump

Nijinsky's Last Jump


Nijinsky's Last Jump

Company Chordelia | WORLD PREMIERE

7 – 23 Aug
14.00 | 60 mins | PG
7 – 9 Aug £8 (£6 conc)
11 – 23 Aug £10 (£8 conc)

The rhythm of obsession, a journey into mental illness. The compulsions of a young Nijinsky and the inner life of an older Nijinsky come face to face in this sharp and moving dance and theatre show – premiering on the Edinburgh Festival Fringe.

Directed and choreographed by award-winning Kally Lloyd-Jones, artistic director of Company Chordelia. Created, directed and choreographed by Kally Lloyd-Jones. Text by Michael Daviot. Starring James Bryce and Darren Brownlie.

Kally Lloyd-Jones’s The Seven Deadly Sins was sharp, sexy and bitterly sad. ★★★★★ Independent on Sunday, 2011

Fringe Preview: Nijinsky's Last Jump

The List, 30 June 2015

Nijinsky’s Last Jump [★★★★☆] by Company Chordelia is devastating, a play/dance exploring Nijinsky’s schizophrenia and the years of cruel treatment he endured in asylums. Both dancer Darren Brownlie and actor James Bryce playing Njinsky’s younger and older selves are moving. The Skinny, 2015

 A remarkable new piece Herald, 2015

★★★★★ The Guardian



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