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Our Latest Piece, Bucket List, Premieres this August…

 

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Bucket List

3rd Aug 2016 – 29th Aug 2016 (excl. 16 & 23) | 3:50pm

BSL interpreted performances 12 and 28 Aug

Queen Dome – Pleasance Dome

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After seven consecutive years premiering work at the Edinburgh Festival including Odyssey, The Big Smoke, Translunar Paradise, Ballad of the Burning Star, and Light, 2015 saw us take a wee break for a year… (with the exception of a brief visit to Northern Stage – it was hard to stay away completely). So this year we’re very excited to return to Edinburgh with our new production:

Bucket List is the powerful story of one Mexican woman’s fight for justice.

When her mother is murdered for protesting corporate and governmental corruption, Milagros finds herself with only a bloodstained list of those responsible. Determined to make them pay, Milagros embarks on a passionate quest for justice, no matter the cost.

Using physical storytelling, live instrumental music and song, Ad Infinitum unfolds a story about love, loss and revenge.

We hope you can join us for the premiere at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe this year.

Bucket List Previews

July 2016

In July 2016 we will be finishing, fine tuning and following the Ad Infinitum tradition of involving our audiences in the creative process to get feedback. If you can’t get to Edinburgh, or if you just want to be the first to see the work-in-progress before its premiere, we are thrilled to be sharing Bucket List prior to its premiere at various venues and dates in July. We’d love you to join us.

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14th July – The North Wall, Oxford (Theatre) | 7.30pm
15th July – York Theatre Royal (Main House) | 7.30pm
17th July – Latitude Festival, (Theatre Arena) | 1.40pm
30th July – Bristol Old Vic, Ferment (Main House) | 6.30pm | BSL interpreted performance

Click on the venue and date above to book your tickets.

BSL performances interpreted by Jo Ross. 

Bucket List is supported by Arts Council England, co-commissioned by Bristol Old Vic, Battersea Arts Centre, The Lowry, The North Wall, Redbridge Drama Centre, Salisbury Playhouse, Theatre in the Mill, Theatre Bench and Anglo Arts.

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Master Class, London, July 2016

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Master Class: An Opportunity To Train With Theatre Ad Infinitum

What?: The Storytelling Body

When?: 2nd – 3rd July 2016 | 10am – 4pm both days

Where?: Omnibus, 1 Clapham Common Northside, London SW4 0QW

How Much?: The cost of this master class is £175

An intensive master class for professional and semi-professional actors, directors and theatre practitioners, led by multi-award-winning international ensemble, Theatre Ad Infinitum.

How can we create stories, spaces and characters full of intensity and urgency using only our bodies and an empty space?

In this two day workshop that shares Theatre Ad Infinitum’s Lecoq-based theatre-making disciplines you will learn how to push the physical limits of storytelling – and your own skills as a creative theatre maker – in order to realise an abundant world of characters, colours, emotions and atmospheres. Making full use of your body, an empty space and a physical-gestural language, you will explore and develop your own individual storytelling style that will empower and enable you to surprise and captivate audiences.

Expertly facilitated by co-artistic director George Mann, this workshop encourages you to dive headfirst into the professional, productive and innovative environment of physical theatre making that has fostered all of Theatre Ad Infinitum’s productions.

There are a limited number of places on the course so book early to avoid disappointment.

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To find out more and how you can book your place, please visit our education webpage by clicking here.


Ad Infinitum Create ‘Run’, part of Bruford’s New Writing Season, Bargehouse, London

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Run – a new devised production

8 – 11 June 2016 | Bargehouse, London

In a unique Victorian warehouse in London, rarely opened to the public in its entirety, Theatre Ad Infinitum collaborate with Rose Bruford College to bring a new devised piece, Run, to the annual New Writing Season performed by forthcoming graduates in the School of Performance’s Acting and Actor Musicianship programmes.

Following last year’s Britain Ltd, we are delighted to be creating Run, a new piece exploring the ongoing refugee crisis, alongside two other new writing productions directed by Bush Theatre and Theatre 503.

To book and find out more click here.

Our new Blog Ad Infinitum is now LIVE!

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We now have a blog! Blog Ad Infinitum will contain entries written by the core company, the actors and creatives, as well as photos, videos and a whole lot more. There are already a number of entries uploaded including a new entry from long term collaborator (Behind the Mirror, Translunar Paradise, Ballad of the Burning Star, Light) who’s in Bucket List, Deb Pugh.

You can find it here:

Click Here to Go to Blog Ad Infinitum

There will be regular alerts going out on Twitter and Facebook letting you know when its been updated – so do keep an eye out…


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Education with Theatre Ad Infinitum

If you would like to explore our theatre making style, learn more about what we do and how we work, keep checking our education page, here, where you can find out about up coming workshops/master classes you can participate in, and/or book us for a workshop of your own.


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Theatre Ad Infinitum is proud to be an associate artist at The Lowry and Redbridge Drama Centre. We are extremely grateful to Arts Council England for having supported a lot of the research, development and touring of our theatre through Grants for the Arts, to Theatre Bench who have been supporting our work since 2013, and to Jacksons Lane. 

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