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DE MONTFORT UNIVERSITY STUDENT JOINS CURVE TEAM ON INDIA RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT PROJECT FOR PINK SARI REVOLUTION
A first–year Health Studies student from De Montfort University has flown out to Chitrakoot, India today, to work alongside Curve Associate Director Suba Das and Curve Associate Artist Aakash Odedra on the research and development of Amana Fontanella-Khan’s Pink Sari Revolution.
Curve announces full casting for Joe Orton’s What the Butler Saw, directed by Curve Artistic Director Nikolai Foster and presented to mark 50 years since the iconic Leicester playwright’s death.
CURVE ANNOUNCES BRAND NEW PRODUCTIONS OF ANDREW LLOYD WEBBER'S MASTERPIECE SUNSET BOULEVARD & LESLIE BRICUSSE’S MAGICAL FAMILY MUSICAL, SCROOGE
Following Curve’s most successful Christmas season on record, with Grease and The Twits entertaining over 65,000 people to date, we are delighted to announce two new Made at Curve productions for Autumn & Winter 2017 : Andrew Lloyd Webber, Don Black & Christopher Hampton’s Sunset Boulevard 16-30 September 2017 and Leslie Bricusse’s family musical Scrooge 18 November 2017 – 07 January 2018.
With smash hit productions of Grease and The Twits wowing audiences at Curve this Christmas, Curve’s Chief Executive Chris Stafford and Artistic Director Nikolai Foster are thrilled to announce the release of tickets for five new shows for 2017.
Due to gloriumptious audience demand, Curve is delighted to not only announce an additional five performances of Roald Dahl’s The Twits, the classic tale will also embark on a UK tour in 2017.
Ahead of their conference 40 Years On: The Arts Britain Ignores and Diversity in British Theatre examining cultural diversity in UK theatre, Curve are delighted to announce the Curve Cultural Leadership Programme for Black, Asian and Minority Ethnicity cultural managers, artists and early career leaders in Leicester and Leicestershire.