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From child-actor to Tony Award-nominated composer, in this week’s Curve in Conversation, Grant Olding (Breakfast at Tiffany’s, Simply Cinderella, One Man Two Guvnors) talks to our artistic director Nikolai Foster about his career, the success of streamed theatre throughout lockdown, and how he finds the sound of a show.
Curve Associate Artist, dance artist and choreographer Akram Khan speaks to Nikolai Foster about growing up surrounded by music, dance and storytelling, performing in Peter Brook's legendary production of The Mahabharata, his process for creating work and finding a raw connection with an audience.
In this episode of Curve in Conversation our Artistic Director Nikolai Foster speaks to Dakota Blue Richards, who has previously performed in Made At Curve productions of Tennessee Williams' A Streetcar Named Desire and Joe Orton's What The Butler Saw.
Female cast members of our 2016 Made At Curve Community production of Bugsy Malone have reunited virtually during lockdown to record the show’s title song for us!
In this episode of Curve in Conversation, Nikolai Foster speaks to the multi-talented Craig Revel Horwood. In 2016, we welcomed Craig to Curve as he directed Sister Act starring Alexandra Burke and, more recently, Craig performed as Miss Hannigan in Annie, directed by Nikolai.
From playing the recorder at the Sydney Opera House to performing on stages across the world and directing shows of his own, find out more about Craig's career and his hopes for the future of theatre.
Earlier this year local actor and Curve Associate Artist Hareet Deol (Memoirs Of An Asian Football Casual, My Beautiful Laundrette) and Junior Doctor Kurren Sandhu delivered inspiring talks at Curve.
Working in creative industries presents its own unique challenges and in these recorded talks, Hareet and Kurren discuss breaking through creative blocks, finding inspiration in the arts, and how to keep the momentum going through periods of downtime.
Watching recordings of their talks here.