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. They pride themselves on not replicating style from one piece to the next, so every show is a unique blend of physical theatre and innovative storytelling.
These two productions, whilst with less prominent design elements than their more recent work, are just as different from each other as they are the other shows in the company’s repertoire. But similarly, they are phenomenal examples of physical theatre and storytelling structures.