No Kids explores the personal journey that real-life couple Nir and George embarked upon when they asked the question: as a gay couple, should we go out of our way to have children? Gender-bending musical cabaret and verbatim theatre marry to conceive a distinctly queer piece that asks: should we be making more babies in an increasingly overpopulated world? And is our society truly open to the idea of two dads?

We are currently researching and developing our new production, No Kids. Throughout the creative process we find it valuable to share our work-in-progress with an audience. We then use their feedback to further shape the work before our next sharing.

Please see below for details of our work-in-progress sharings and previews this Spring and Summer, in the run up to the premiere of No Kids at the 2018 Edinburgh Festival Fringe.

Age Recommendation: 12+
Running Time: (exact time TBC): 75-85mins without interval


Co-Directors, Co-Writers and Performers: Nir Paldi and George Mann

Sound Design & Original Composition: Chris Bartholomew
Lighting Designer: Matt Leventhall
Set & Costume Designer: Anna Orton

Stage Manager: Alix Abram
Production Management: Frontseat Media
Producer: Emily Williams

Images Design: Pete Moffat with original photography by Alex Brenner
Press/PR: Mobius Industries

Associate Directors: Orian Michaeli and Stefanie Sourial


'Ad Infinitum have moved to the front of the pack' 
The Guardian on Odyssey
'A beautifully portrayed, tangled web' 
The Times on Bucket List
'Thrilling… the pace of the performance never letting up'
The Observer on Light
‘This is a show that will steal your heart’

The Scotsman on Translunar Paradise
‘This tour de force of physical theatre is unmissable’
The Stage on Odyssey


Supported by

No Kids is made possible by Arts Council England. Developed at Battersea Arts Centre and supported by Salisbury Playhouse, Tobacco Factory Theatres, Newbury Corn Exchange, Birmingham Hippodrome, Redbridge Drama Centre, The Tolmen Centre and The North Wall.

Photography: Alex Brenner with Set and Costume Design by Anna Orton and Lighting Design by Matthew Leventhall