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From child-actor to Tony Award-nominated composer, in this week’s Curve in Conversation, Curve Associate Artist Grant Olding (Breakfast at Tiffany’s, Simply Cinderella, One Man Two Guvnors) talks to Nikolai Foster about his career, the success of streamed theatre throughout lockdown, and how he finds the sound of a show.
It is with great sadness to announce that together with our partners at Really Useful Group, we have made the decision to postpone this year’s Made at Curve Christmas production of The Wizard of Oz until Christmas 2021.
Read the full statement from our Chief Executive Chris Stafford and Artistic Director Nikolai Foster here.
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.
Without Team Curve, there would be no Made At Curve. A passionate group of people dedicated to creating and sharing the very best culture for everyone to enjoy, our team members put the beating heart into our building.
The ongoing situation means our doors are currently closed and, while digital tools may hold Team Curve together, nothing replaces the feeling of being in our building as a community. Until then, we’re celebrating our staff with a collection of memories from Team Curve members.
Scroll down to read more and to see our team in action.
In this in-depth interview, Curve Associate Artist, dance artist and choreographer Akram Khan speaks to Nikolai Foster about growing up surrounded by music, dance and storytelling, performing in Peter Brook‘s legendary production of The Mahabharata, his process for creating work and the necessity of finding a raw connection with an audience.
Female cast members of our 2016 Made At Curve Community production of Bugsy Malone have reunited virtually during lockdown to record the show’s title song for us!
Watch their performance here.