Infant has increasingly more different and better selection, which, in my opinion, is always the most original and different from anything one can see in Europe. What is very important is that this year there is a fairy-tale like story too, as all of us research something that the alternative theatre hasn’t tackled before.
Nela Antonović – Theatre Mimart, Serbia


I’m sorry that we aren’t staying longer, so we can’t see other plays. In regard to the organisation and our reception, I’m more than satisfied. I’m grateful to the Festival, this is a kind of affirmation for us and Infant is a respectable international festival. People can applaud, but when they shout “Bravo”, they don’t do it out of courtesy.
Vojin Perić - The Theatre of the Blind and Visually Impaired ‘New Life’, Croatia


The festival is very big, and that’s why we can’t see more plays. We have seen three, three completely different and very interesting plays. We like to play for the Novi Sad audience. Responses to our play were various, both positive and negative, overall good reactions.
Nawel Benziane - MDVZ, Germany


The Infant Festival is surely a well-conceptualised event with a very special sensibility. That’s why it is an ideal medium for presenting my play!
I enjoyed it together with the crew and I’d like to thank you once again for inviting us!
Maša Kolar


Fishamble was delighted to present SILENT by Pat Kinevane at INFANT 2014. We had a very special time in Novi Sad, and really appreciated how welcoming everyone at the festival was, and that the audience enjoyed the production so much. The programme of performances from so many European countries was excellent and it was particularly rewarding to meet theatre artists from all over Europe and to exchange views during the discussions that took place the day after each show. Thanks so much to everyone involved in INFANT for inviting us, and to Culture Ireland for its invaluable support.
Jim Culleton - The New Play Company, Ireland