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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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Translunar Paradise – Tobacco Factory Theatre, Bristol

Writer: George Mann Director: George Mann Reviewer: Joan Phillips More theatre at its best at the Factory Theatre, Bristol, with Theatre Ad Infinitum’s Translunar Paradise. Just three people on stage and not a word is spoken in this short, simply staged, moving story. But the effect on the audience is as powerful as a full-length play or cinema ‘weepy’. Written ...

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Bucket List – The Lowry, Salford

Director: Nir Paldi Reviewer: Andrea Allen You’ve been given three months to live. You’ve got nothing to lose. What would you do? Go out and kill your worst enemy? Maybe a few of them? In vengeance for her mother’s death after she is gunned down for speaking out against capitalist and governmental corruption, Bucket List tells the story of Milagros, a ...

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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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LATITUDE 2016: Kris Hallett previews the weekend ahead

As campers begin to descend on Henham Park in Suffolk for the 11th Edition of the, now firmly established, Latitude Festival, The Reviews Hub team join them and have already set up their tents. From the site, Kris Hallett shares his views of the weekend ahead.   Latitude 2016 is, even at this early stage, is one up on last ...

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NEWS: More arts acts announced for Latitude Festival

Festival Republic have announced details of further Dance and theatre acts for the 11th edition of Suffolk’s Latitude Festival. Sadler’s Wells return to Latitude with a strong dance line-up including Hofesh Schechter withtHE bAD, Sadler’s Wells offering HoH, Vamos Cuba!, Gogo Pengiun &Lynne Page, Richard Alston: Stronghold, NYDC, New English Ballet Theatre, A Curious Invitation, Swing Patrol and Ivan Blackstock. ...

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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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Light – The Studio, Bristol Old Vic, Bristol

Writer: George Mann Director: George Mann Reviewer: Joan Phillips George Orwell frightened the world with his chilling glimpse into a dystopian, totalitarian future in his book Nineteen Eighty-Four. Theatre Ad Infinitum’s Light is a harrowing demonstration of how these issues never go away. In this version, written and directed by George Mann, we have the added complication of how modern ...

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