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The Show Must Go OnLINE At Curve With Programme Of Digital Activity

Leicester’s Curve theatre has announced a host of online initiatives to bring theatre into audiences’ homes during lockdown. The theatre, which has announced it will not open any sooner than Monday 1st June, has created a range of new online content for audiences, as well as sharing past work digitally.

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Important Update From Curve

Thank you for your continued patience, support and understanding during this time. Following the latest Government instructions, Curve will not be open before Monday 1st June 2020.

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SEE YOUR #RAINBOWSOFHOPE IMAGES ON STAGE AT CURVE THIS CHRISTMAS

Curve has today launched a new campaign inspired by the recent #RainbowsOfHope social media trend – and now your design could be featured in the set of its Christmas production, the regional premiere of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s The Wizard of Oz

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Friend of Curve: Alan Heggs

Friend of Curve Alan Heggs tells us why Curve’s work is so important, and why more people should support theatres.

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Important information regarding upcoming performances and activity at Curve - Updated 24/03/20

It’s with sadness to inform all our audiences and visitors that Curve will remain closed to the public until Monday 4th May.

Read the full statement here.

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Important information regarding performances and activity this week at Curve.

Important information regarding performances and activity this week at Curve.

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Interview with Debris Stevenson and Jammz

With just under two weeks to go until Poet in da Corner comes to Curve, we caught up with performers Debris Stevenson and Jammz about tackling dyslexia, breaking theatre conventions and pursuing dreams.

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Curve announces new initiatives to support creativity in the Midlands

We have announced exciting new initiatives to support creativity and performing arts in the Midlands, as well as revealing the selected regional artist who will take their work to the Edinburgh Fringe Festival this year as part of a partnership with the city’s Pleasance Theatre.

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