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Following a highly acclaimed 2018 tour, award-winning British playwright, dramatist and screenwriter, Alan Bennett (The Madness of George III, The History Boys) presents The Habit of Art.
Starring Matthew Kelly and David Yelland, examine the joy, pain and emotional cost of creativity at Curve for one week only. We spoke with Matthew Kelly, playing Fitz (W.H. Auden) to find out more.
Award-winning contemporary dance company Shobana Jeyasingh Dance brings their five-star performance Material Men redux to Curve on Tue 4 Feb at 7.45pm.
A dazzling duet, where two performers of the Indian diaspora express their Indian heritage through two completely different styles of dance, we caught up with one of the dancers, Sooraj Subramaniam, ahead of the performance.
New cast member Stacy Abalogun is to join Jammz, Kirubel Belay and Debris Stevenson in the upcoming production, Poet in da Corner.
The Poet in da Corner The Album will be released 31 Jan 2020 on Accidental Records in partnership with the Royal Court Theatre
The Woman in Black arrives at Curve from Mon 20 Jan to Sat 25 Jan as part of its UK Tour and has been running in the West End for 30 years! Susan Hill, the acclaimed author of the original novel, tells us about how she came up with the spooky story of The Woman in Black and what it’s like seeing your work told on stage.
IMPORTANT INFORMATION ABOUT TONIGHT'S PERFORMANCE OF WEST SIDE STORY!
Due to illness affecting a number of our West Side Story cast members and covers, this evening’s (Fri 6 Dec, 7.30pm) show will be staged as a concert performance.
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You can spend an evening with some of the UK’s freshest theatrical voices with Tamasha Playwrights Scratch on Thu 19 December. Grab your chance to see bold new work in development on stage for the first time, followed by a Q&A with the writers and Tamasha Playwrights Artistic Director, Fin Kennedy.
Adam Kotwal is one of seven writers who will be sharing their work at Curve this December. Exploring life as a teenage British Asian Footballer on the verge of greatness, Adam tells us what inspired his writing of Brownballed.