In Good Company: Mid Career Commission awarded to Ad Infinitum!

We’re thrilled to share the news that In Good Company has awarded the Mid Career Commission for 2019 to Ad Infinitum, with our new show Extraordinary Wall of Silence (working title), a collaboration between Deaf and hearing creatives.

In Good Company describe:

The Mid-Career Commission includes £5,000 commission fee, rehearsal space at one or two IGC partner venues, the chance to perform their work-in-progress piece as part of Departure Lounge at Derby Theatre, their summer festival of fresh and exciting performance; mentorship from IGC Creative Producer, Ben Anderson and support from IGC venue teams through advocacy and profile raising opportunities.

We’re incredibly excited to work with In Good Company and want to extend a huge thanks to them for their support and belief in both Extraordinary Wall of Silence (working title) and the company, and for this great opportunity. We’re honoured to be alongside some brilliant artists and companies: we cannot wait to get started! Keep an eye on our website and social media channels for more news coming soon about this and all our other projects.

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No Kids: new Bristol reviews!

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No Kids is midway through a run at Tobacco Factory Theatres and has been getting some great feedback and reviews! Take a look below at some of the highlights, and we hope to see you at our next show - we’ve still got some more UK dates you can see all information here - tour dates.

Interview on BBC Radio Bristol with Steve Yabsley - listen here

★★★★ “Constantly fascinating piece” - Kris Hallett for Theatre Mates

★★★★★ “With a stunning blend of comedy and pathos, the play manages to have the audience in stitches of laughter while also offering a profound insight into the challenges of raising a child” Intermission Magazine

“This is theatre that will make you laugh out loud, wince and wipe your eyes. It is a brave undertaking with sharp writing, where hugely serious issues are spliced with fun levity” Weston Super Mum

“Their bodies intertwine in partnership or clash and fall apart in conflict” British Theatre Guide

“It rattles along at a tremendous pace. The eighty minutes fly by. Do they resolve the question whether or not to have a child? You will have to see No Kids to find out” Stage Talk Magazine

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No Kids 2019 tour: press and reviews

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No Kids is touring around the UK this Spring and we’re delighted by the great feedback and reviews we’ve been getting! Take a look below at some of the highlights, and we hope to see you at our next performance!

Interview on BBC Radio London with Jo Good - listen here!

“Ad Infinitum is different. It is a theatre company that refuses to be put in a box”
Lyn Gardner, The Stage

“What really struck me is the number of children all over the world who don’t have parents,” he said. “If we can provide a home to a child, that would be a good thing.”
The New York Times

“It’s a story about a couple who love one another, very much, but they’re being torn apart by their conflicting desires and opinions on whether to have children or not”
This Week London

“Highly animated, skilful and passionate…unique and inventive storytelling”
★★★★ Boyz Magazine

“No Kids brings the issue of gay parenting centre-stage”
★★★★ QX Magazine

“No Kids is much more than a play. It’s an argument, a discussion, a life decision”
★★★★ A Younger Theatre

“The exuberant physicality of the production is balanced by tender moments of introspection. No Kids will make you think, laugh and cheer”
★★★★ Theatre News

“Bold and touching production of No Kids, an overarching exploration of the issues faced by gay individuals who are considering starting a family”
★★★★ The Upcoming