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No Kids – The Lowry, Salford

Director: Nir Paldi and George Mann Reviewer: Andrea Allen To have children, or to not have children. That is the question Ad Infinitum confront inNo Kids, a no-holds-barred, devastatingly brilliant two-hander about a same-sex couple confronting the ethical, environmental and self-sacrificing implications one faces considering raising a child in the 21stcentury. Performed and devised by Ad Infinitum co-founders and real-life ...

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LATITUDE: Theatre Ad Infinitum – No Kids, Theatre Arena

Writer & Director: George Mann and Nir Paldi Reviewer: Kris Hallett Nir and George are partners, artistically and in real life. Over the past decade they have built up their company Theatre Ad Infinitum and their lives up to a position of stability and respectability and are now ready to ask one of life’s most pressing questions; is it time ...

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The Odyssey – Wardrobe Theatre, Bristol

Writer/Director: Nir Paldi Writer/Performer: George Mann Reviewer: Kris Hallett A person walks across a space and another watches. This in essence, with a doff of a cap to Peter Brook, is theatre. The art-form has always encompassed a massive compendium of parts, for every big mass marketed spectacle, your Wickeds or Disney factory tent poles, you have works like this, ...

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FIVE FAST FRINGE QUESTIONS with…Nir Paldi director of Bucket List

With over 3000 shows at the world’s biggest arts festival, here at The ReviewsHub,we want to make the job of choosing your Edinburgh Festival Fringe shows that little bit easier. So here’s Nir Paldi director of Bucket List answering our annual Five Fast Fringe Questions. In one sentence tell us about your show. Bucket List is apowerful story of one ...

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Run/Odyssey – The Lowry, Salford

Odyssey Theatre Ad Infinitum

Writer: Homer Adaptor: Nir Paldi, George Mann Director: Nir Paldi Reviewer: Jo Beggs In a night that explores extraordinary journeys, the one that’s been taken by Salford University second year students is perhaps the most apparent. Working with Lowry Associate Artists, Theatre Ad Infinitum, they’ve spent twenty days creating a piece of performance that genuinely stands up beside Ad Infinitum’s ...

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Ballad of the Burning Star – West Yorkshire Playhouse, Leeds

Writer: Nir Paldi Directors: Nir Paldi &George Mann Music: Adam Pleeth Reviewer: Sue Collier Having had the unfortunate experience of being evacuated from a London theatre as a result of a bomb warning, the opening sequence of Ballad of the Burning Star produces quite a significant effect on one’s feeling of personal safety. Nevertheless, by opening the show with a ...

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Ballad of the Burning Star – Battersea Arts Centre, London

Writer/Director: Nir Paldi Reviewer: Teddy Lamb This comedic drag cabaret act exploring the Israeli/Palestine conflict was the surprise hit of 2013’s Edinburgh Fringe, and it arrives in London following a thorough UK Tour. Firstly, it must be noted that the atmosphere at Battersea Arts Centre was electric, the beautiful building was buzzing with arty youngsters and liberals with their noses ...

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Ballad of the Burning Star – Lowry Theatre, Salford

Writer and Director: Nir Paldi Reviewer: Tracey Lowe Theatre Ad Infinitum first caught the wider public’s attention with their incredibly moving piece on love and loss, ‘Translunar Paradise’. So hopes were high for their latest show, ‘Ballad of the Burning Star’, which stormed the 2013 Edinburgh Fringe. Tackling a slightly different and more controversial topic, ‘Ballad of the Burning Star’ ...

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