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Edinburgh Fringe Preview at the Corn Exchange


On Thursday 12 July award-winning theatre company Ad Infinitum comes to the Corn Exchange Newbury to present a special preview performance of their latest production, No Kids, ahead of its premiere at this year’s Edinburgh Fringe Festival.


No Kids is a personal exploration by real-life couple and co-artistic directors of Ad Infinitum (formerly Theatre Ad Infinitum), Nir Paldi and George Mann, staging a theatrical debate asking: as a gay couple, should we go out of our way to reproduce? Blending together physical theatre, cabaret and verbatim stories, Nir and George explore their personal histories, why so many of us feel driven to have children, and the environmental impact of choosing to bring a child into the world.

The show will be presented in Edinburgh this summer as part of the Fringe Festival but Newbury audiences will have the chance to enjoy this preview performance ahead of the official premiere and will be able to find out more from the artistic team and performers in a free post-show talk.

Ad Infinitum is based in Bristol and has been making new and original theatre work since 2007. The company makes shape-shifting socio-political theatre to provoke, move and inspire and are currently Associate Artists at the Bristol Old Vic Theatre.

Take advantage of this rare opportunity to preview theatre with No Kids at the Corn Exchange Newbury on Thursday 12 July, 7.45pm. Tickets £5. Age guide 14+.

To book tickets please visit the Corn Exchange website, www.cornexchangenew.co.uk or call the Box Office on 0845 5218 218 (calls cost 2p per minute plus your telephone company’s standard access charge).


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