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Following government advice around the COVID-19 pandemic, Curve will remain closed for performances until Saturday 31st October 2020. Although we know this is disappointing, we are working hard to ensure the programme of work and our community offer is as strong as ever for when we are able to re-open the theatre.
Read the full post for further information.
We are committed to ensuring the long-term survival of our theatre for everyone in our community and beyond and look forward to welcoming everyone back to Curve to create and share memories for many years to come.
80% of our income comes from ticket sales and with our doors currently closed, we need your support more than ever. These unprecedented times are hard on us all but, as a registered charity (no. 230708) any amount you can give is hugely appreciated and will help us to thrive in the future.
Watch our video to find out how you can support Curve.
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.
In collaboration with award-winning Leicester performance poet and Curve Breakthrough Artist Jess Green, we’re looking for people from Leicester and Leicestershire to participate in a new digital project from your home.
Find out more and see how you can take part here.
In this week’s Curve in Conversation, our artistic director Nikolai Foster speaks with star of stage and screen Lesley Joseph (Annie, Birds of a Feather, Young Frankenstein).
This in-depth interview covers Lesley’s early memories of growing up in Northampton, meeting the Pope, and the strength of the theatre community.