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Theatre Ad Infinitum at 10: Odyssey & Translunar Paradise at #EdFringe

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To celebrate their tenth year of creating superb physical theatre, Theatre Ad Infinitum bring two of their early works back to the Fringe. Their one-man Odyssey, touring since 2009, and the 2011 non-speaking Translunar Paradise aren’t a return to form – because the company doesn’t have one.






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THE SOFT SUBJECT (a love story) – #EdFringe

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After growing up on Disney films, Chris’ aim in life is singular and simple: to live happily ever after. He thinks he achieves it when he meets Ryan as a newly qualified Drama teacher in Cambridge. For five happy years, the pair lives a life akin to a fairytale. But as Chris discovers, not all fairytales end happily.






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Serafina Salvador: ‘While we are busy blaming, who’s really winning?’

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After success at last year’s Edinburgh Fringe, ‘poetic economist’ Serafina Salvador’s Don’t Blame the Bankers…$toopid is now running for six performances only at London’s Camden Fringe. She explains her journey of enlightenment from banker to artist.