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Watch our 10th birthday celebration concert Curve Live!

Last month we marked our 10th Birthday with Curve Live! If you weren’t able to catch this specially programmed concert, you can now watch the recording of the livestream here.

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THE NEW MADE AT CURVE PRODUCTION OF GREASE TO TOUR THE UK AND IRELAND IN 2019

Starring Peter Andre as Teen Angel, the highly acclaimed Christmas 2016 Made at Curve production will be directed by Nikolai Foster and choreographed by Arlene Phillips.

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riaz khan joins cast of memoirs of an asian football casual

Author Riaz Khan will join the cast on stage of Curve's world-premiere drama Memoirs of an Asian Football Casual – an adaptation of Riaz’s book documenting his time as a football hooligan in 1980s Leicester.

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FULL CASTING ANNOUNCED FOR WHITE CHRISTMAS

Alongside Jamie Wilson, we are delighted to announce the full casting for the upcoming festive Made at Curve production of Irving Berlin's White Christmas!

Among those returning to the theatre are Danny Mac as Bob Wallace, and Emma Williams as Betty Haynes - one half of the all singing, all dancing sister duo. Joining Emma as Betty's sister Judy Haynes is Monique Young, with Dan Burton as Phil Davis, performing with Danny Mac in the ex-army turned showbiz double act.

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WATCH OUR MEMOIRS OF AN ASIAN FOOTBALL CASUAL DOCUMENTARY

Go behind-the-scenes of our world premiere, Made at Curve drama Memoirs of an Asian Football Casual, in our new documentary!

In this short film, writer Riaz Khan meets actors Jay Varsani (playing Riaz) and Hareet Deol (playing Suf, Riaz's brother) for the very first time, before delving back into the show's history with Playwright Dougal Irvine and Director Nikolai Foster.

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CURVE, THE LOWRY AND BRISTOL OLD VIC LAUNCH THE NASEEM KHAN COMMISSIONS

We are delighted to be working with our friends at Bristol Old Vic Ferment and The Lowry to launch the Naseem Khan Commissions, an ambitious new initiative to support Artists of Colour.

Named after cultural activist and Journalist Naseem Khan, the commissions programme will give artists £2,000 of funding each, 18 months of support, rehearsal space and programmed slots for the presentation of work across the partner network of theatres.

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