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"I’m so happy to have discovered Jude’s classes. They’re a fantastic escape from the stresses of real life and perfect for when you need to relax and refresh." - Claire J.

"I had a yoga class with Jude as part of my yoga journey. The class was very calm and relaxing even through the more physical challenging sections. Because of this I found I came away both mentally relaxed and physically tired. Jude gives instruction with a musically clear voice which was practically made for Shavasana. I am looking forward to more classes with her. " - David M.

"So stoked for you, you're doing so well, Jude. With all the classes you've taught and how successful they have been, both on the outreach project but in general, too. It's 'cause you're passionate and care." - Alexandra R., Health & Wellbeing Project Lead, University of Warwick

"These classes have done me so much good. I've struggled with back pain for a long time and have found it has eased a lot since coming to classes." - University of Warwick staff

"Jude Evans has been an asset to the creative team of The Flying Ship, our first full-scale production. She is a movement director with exciting artistic-vision and positive teaching methods. Her intelligent and thoughtful approach to the work gave us complete confidence. She was able to effectively meet the brief we gave her whilst bringing her own unique style to the performance. Her patience and clear direction made a group of actors, with limited movement experience, not only feel comfortable but look professional on stage. Jude is an artistic, insightful individual with a generous spirit and hard-working attitude. We greatly look forward to working with her again in the future." - James Goldsworthy and Imogen Tong, Popinjay Productions







"Jude Evans is a wonderful director and an absolute pleasure to work with. Her understanding of classical text is extensive and inspiring to have in the rehearsal room. The fusion of text work and movement improvisation makes for exciting and fulfilling development of work, which I experienced working in R&D with Jude on an adaptation of Emily Bronte’s Wuthering Heights. Her interpretation of Thirst by Eugene O’Neil, which I saw at The Albany, was innovative and provocative; exploring themes of tragedy through beautiful and disturbing physical theatre.  I continue to relish the opportunities to collaborate with Jude and would recommend her as both a movement director, and director, as a much valued addition to any rehearsal room." - Eleanor Dillon-Reams, Actor

"Jude came into the rehearsal process for Elysium Theatre's Medieval May Festival as Dance Tutor in order to teach the company a range of medieval dances. She undertook a lot of research and preparation in order to maintain a level of historical accuracy in this project for The National Trust, and brought in a variety of options for versions of early dances that the company could use. Jude is a thorough practitioner, a clear and efficient teacher, and ran a really helpful and interesting workshop session in support of our project." - Ellie Chadwick, Director

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