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Did you join Gerald the Giraffe and friends at the great Jungle Dance in our Made at Curve, Rose Theatre Kingston and Simon Friend co-production of Giraffes Can't Dance last Christmas?
The family show featured songs and music from our Curve Associate Artist Tasha Taylor Johnson. In this video, created by Tasha, you can see how the show's vibrant and fun soundtrack was created.
In this week’s Curve in Conversation our Artistic Director Nikolai Foster talks to award-winning Lighting Designer and Curve Associate Artist Ben Cracknell (My Beautiful Laundrette, Sunset Boulevard, Breakfast at Tiffany’s) about his journey to a career in lighting design, the role that lights play in a performance, and how new technology is creating exciting opportunities in theatre lighting.
We’re so incredibly grateful to cast members of our 2017 Made At Curve production of Sunset Boulevard for reuniting virtually to record this beautiful performance of 'As If We Never Said Goodbye' for us all to enjoy.
Curve has released a digital project created in collaboration with award-winning Leicester poet and Curve Breakthrough Artist, Jess Green.
Not Something That Other People Do, originally written by Jess for the launch of Leicester City Council’s Cultural Prospectus, celebrates the creativity and resilience of the city and its communities.
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.