What Would You Like to See?

statement on to kill a mockingbird

It is with regret that the forthcoming UK and Ireland tour of To Kill a Mockingbird, previously announced on 16 July, 2018, has been forced to cancel.

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New shows now on sale to Groups!

Shows including brand new Curve Young Company productions, our DMU co-production of financial drama Enron, the DMU Pride Festival of LGBT+ work. Ashley Blaker and Imran Yusuf: Prophet Sharing and iconic musical Cabaret are now on sale to Curve Friends and Supporters.

Shows will go on sale to:
General - 22 Jan at 12noon

Click below to find out more and book now!

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Made at Curve

Join us for a Relaxed Performance this January!

Our Relaxed Performances are tailored and aimed at anyone who would benefit from a more relaxed performance environment. The atmosphere in the auditorium will be relaxed, with audience members free to come and go as they please, or to make noise if they want to.

Our upcoming Relaxed Performances will be for Bamboozle's Pulse, from Wed 30 Jan - Fri 1 Feb (all performances are Relaxed).

For more information about Pulse, click 'Find Out More' below.

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vote for memoirs of an asian football casual at the whatsonstage awards

Our world premiere Made at Curve drama, Memoirs of an Asian Football Casual, has been shortlisted for a prestigious WhatsOnStage Award!

The awards are entirely down to the public so please follow the link below to vote for the show as Best Regional Production. Voting is open until 31 Jan 2019.

Memoirs of an Asian Football Casual was based on the youth of reformed football hooligan Riaz Khan, who also appeared in the show as himself. The production was adapted from Khan's own memoirs by Curve Associate Artist Dougal Irvine, directed by Curve's Artistic Director Nikolai Foster and featured the professional debuts of actors Jay Varsani and Hareet Deol.

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Feast your eyes on a world of colour, movement and magic!

Check out the production images for Three Sat Under The Banyan Tree, as animal tales are brought vibrantly to life with wonderous masks, movement and music, based on The Panchatantra – India’s Aesop’s Fables.

‘This charming production was a treat to watch – we laughed, we learned and we most definitely loved it!’ – Curious Mum

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Thinking of taking your show to the Edinburgh Fringe 2019?

Then join the Pleasance at Curve this February to get started!

This session is for festival newcomers, returning companies and those who are simply looking for inspiration... anyone! It will offer a practical introduction to venues, the costs and considerations you should make when preparing for the festival and how to make the most of the opportunity of performing at the largest arts festival in the world.

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