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Find out more about The Colour Purple - at Home in our free online theatre programme, detailing the cast, production team and more.
Our Curve at Home production of The Color Purple is now streaming until Sun 7 Mar and we're excited to give you a sneak peek behind-the-scenes of the show in this new video.
Hear interviews with the team and find out more about how this production was created.
Click the link below to find out more and book tickets now.
2020. That was all a bit rubbish wasn’t it?
Whilst we locked ourselves down and watched the world burn, we turned to Zoom to keep conversing with each other and to keep alive that sense of community. Conversations sees seven people do exactly that. From awkward zoom dates to exasperating online rehearsals, Harry Potter fanatics and middle aged keyboard warriors, this new digital production from award-winning writer Rob Ward (Gypsy Queen, Away From Home) tells four stories playing out over our new favourite platform.
As we move into 2021, Conversations takes a fresh look at the challenges the world presented to us in 2020 and explores the battle lines that have been drawn anew in the fight for LGBTQ+ equality.
Calling all teachers! Support your students' understanding of The Color Purple and theatre-making with our show Learning Pack.
Filled with cast and production team interviews, discussion prompts, practical exercises and more, this resource has been especially designed to support your teaching around the show - whether in the classroom or online.
We are delighted to be supporting home-schooling during the third national lockdown with a brand new educational initiative, Curve Classroom.
Available on our website and YouTube channel, the free sessions will be available every weekday from 4pm and delivered by a range of leading artists including performers Molly Lynch, Garry Robson, Cathy Tyson and Hareet Deol, Designers Grace Smart and Kate Unwin, Directors Tinuke Craig and Julia Thomas, Choreographers Kesha Raithatha, Lee Proud and Mel Knott, Writer Jess Green and Composer and Curve Associate Tasha Taylor Johnson, as well as a number of Midlands-based artists local to Curve in Leicester.