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DMU Pride returns for third year this week, offering an exciting programme of theatre performances, workshops and free events curated by De Montfort University students.
As part of the festival, Curve has commissioned a new play by Rob Ward, The MP, Aunty Mandy and Me – a provocative story of coercion, politics, power and manipulation.
Other Shows for 2020 include Nathaniel Hall‘s First Time; Gerrard Martin‘s ‘B’ and Hotter. Click below to find out more!
Only TWO weeks to go until Poet in da Corner comes to Curve!
We caught up with lyricist and writer Debris Stevenson and grime musician Jammz during their UK tour and asked about how their production breaks theatre conventions and how they pursued their dreams.
🌹 The wait is nearly over ... 🌹
The Brilliant Original production of Andrew Lloyd Webber‘s The Phantom of the Opera is embarking on a major UK and Ireland tour. Now in its 34th phenomenal year in the West End,
The Phantom of the Opera is widely considered one of the most beautiful and spectacular productions in history.
Extra seats just released! Have you got your tickets yet?
We're excited to announce the title of our magical 2020 Made at Curve Christmas musical - The Wizard of Oz!
Running 28 Nov 2020 to 16 Jan 2021, our Artistic Director Nikolai Foster (West Side Story, White Christmas, Scrooge the Musical) will direct this regional premiere of Andrew Lloyd Webber's production based on the classic 1939 MGM film.
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However you make theatre, we want to hear from you!
We've announced exciting new schemes to support creativity and performing arts in the Midlands - Curve Connect, a community hub and Curve Resident Creatives, offering bespoke support for individuals and theatre companies in the region.
Find out more here.
In the first Curve in Conversation podcast of 2020, we find out more about upcoming Made at Curve productions Maggie May and Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, speak to the local children involved in bringing together our February Family Day as part of the Spark Festival and De Montfort University students curating the DMU Pride Festival speak to Rob Ward, writer and performer of The MP, Aunty Mandy and Me.