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On this page you will find a full list of shows and performances that have been affected by Curve’s temporary closure. The list will advise customers on the current status of each show. This list is subject to change and will be updated regularly due to the ever-changing situation that we are all faced with.
To help keep children entertained, creative and inspired, we've asked leading actors to read a selection of brilliant stories.
In this latest instalment, listen to Cathy Tyson (My Beautiful Laundrette, The Importance of Being Earnest, Band of Gold) read David Walliams' The Ice Monster.
Each week during lockdown Curve Young Dance Company have been meeting on Thursday evenings as they usually do, transferring the Curve studios into the virtual Zoom room! In between sessions on technique and developing creative ideas they have been set tasks to do at home.
Follow the link below to see two pieces created by our CYC dance members during lockdown, as well as blogs from dancers Connor Cropley and Grace Richardson.
Did you join Gerald the Giraffe and friends at the great Jungle Dance in our Made at Curve, Rose Theatre Kingston and Simon Friend co-production of Giraffes Can’t Dance last Christmas?
The family show featured songs and music from our Curve Associate Artist Tasha Taylor Johnson. In this video, created by Tasha, you can see how the show’s vibrant and fun soundtrack was created.
In this week’s Curve in Conversation our Artistic Director Nikolai Foster talks to award-winning Lighting Designer and Curve Associate Artist Ben Cracknell (My Beautiful Laundrette, Sunset Boulevard, Breakfast at Tiffany’s) about his journey to a career in lighting design, the role that lights play in a performance, and how new technology is creating exciting opportunities in theatre lighting.
Are you a d/Deaf, hard-of-hearing or Disabled artist that wants to be part of the changing landscape of theatre in England?
Are you a passionate artist who wants to create live performance, develop an idea, find new collaborations, be seen & heard, but cannot get beyond barriers to developing or continuing your practice?
Curve is proud to be a partner venue on BEYOND, a new initiative designed to transform the careers of d/Deaf, hard-of-hearing and Disabled artists by supporting new connections to artistic development opportunities and offering advice, training, mentoring and creative spaces within a national network of theatres.