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We're searching for young people of Leicester to take part in an exciting project to celebrate the city’s heritage and cultural history.
In 2016, the Royal National Theatre played host to an extraordinary benefit performance. Writers Richard Bean, David Edgar, Stephanie Dale, Michelle Terry, Phil Porter, Jenifer Toksvig and Staten Cousin-Roe wrote 7 short plays, 2 songs and a poem to be performed by actors including Juliet Stevenson, David Morrissey, Adjoa Andoh and Rufus Hound.
In 2018 the project is going national – and Curve is part of it! There will also be an after-show discussion with representatives from the City of Sanctuary, Red Cross and the Moving Stories Community project.
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We can't wait to welcome ABBA Mania back to Curve later this month. Accepted as the world’s number one touring ABBA tribute production, it celebrates the band's music and revives those special memories of when the group ruled the airwaves.
Ahead of their visit, Agnetha (Tamsin Stewart) and Anni-Frid (Cleo Caetano de Souza) sent us this message.
This new commission by National Youth Dance Company contains Guest Artistic Director Sharon Eyal's signature style, conveying extreme emotions through movement
One of the most exciting female choreographers working today, this unique choreographic approach by Eyal combined with the young dancers’ energy and talent is set to produce a mesmerising experience that pushes the dancers to their limits.
In this clip from our recent Summer Autumn 2018 Season Preview, Fiddler on the Roof Director Sarah Ingram discusses her role in this year's Curve Young Company and Community production, which features over 100 local people.
Curve and the University of Leicester School of Business have developed a brand new, experiential training product entitled enACT, which builds resilience, grows confidence and improves communication and interpersonal skills.
Research has shown that even the most established employees can find it difficult to articulate a clear corporate message in person, whether talking to colleagues, clients or customers. In a four hour enACT training session, participants will learn a number of techniques using voice, gesture and performance to help overcome this.