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Step inside the rehearsal room of our Made at Curve, Liverpool Everyman & Playhouse and English Touring Theatre production of Tennessee Williams' Cat on a Hot Tin Roof with this blog from our Birkbeck Trainee Director, Jennifer Lane Baker.
The New Work Festival is a week-long platform to celebrate performance, dance and theatre made by artists who are from, or live in, or make work in the Midlands. Over the course of the week we will present finished performances, work in progress, concerts, workshops and live performance in our 300 seat and 80 seat studio theatres, rehearsal rooms, Mezzanine and foyer spaces.
We are looking for all genres of theatre, dance and performance including new writing, live music, physical theatre, spoken-word, children's and family theatre, dance, live art, cabaret, musical theatre, puppetry etc.
As hit West End show Magic Goes Wrong embarks on a national tour, legendary magicians Penn & Teller reveal how they found themselves working with the team behind The Play That Goes Wrong, and how they came to cast their spell on audiences...
Read the interview here.
Since the unprecedented closure of theatres like Curve during the pandemic, stages across the globe have remained lit by Ghost Lights. But what is a ghost light, where does this tradition come from and what does it mean as part of our production of The Music of Andrew Lloyd Webber?
Part of our socially distanced reopening season, AmDram: A Musical Comedy (27 - 29 May) is written by musical theatre writing duo and childhood friends Alex Parker and Katie Lam. In this blog Katie tells the story of how AmDram was created and what the show has in store for audiences.
Let’s Dance International Frontiers (LDIF) is an annual international dance festival that happens every year in Leicester produced by Serendipity. The festival features performances, discussions, workshops and a conference exploring dance as a medium for positive change. Working in partnership with the company this year Curve is staging a number of events from the festival.
Chief Executive and Artistic Director of Serendipity, Pawlet Brookes tells us a little bit about the history of the festival and gives us some insight into the events happening at Curve.