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Update – 24/03/20
As a result of the latest Government guidance, Curve will now be closed to staff as well as public until Monday 4th May. Therefore, we will no longer be able to accept any incoming telephone calls or continue to process refunds to customers for cancelled performances. The security of everyone’s data is paramount and we sincerely thank you for your continued patience and understanding during this extremely challenging time.
Please be assured when we open our doors, contacting all customers affected by cancellations/ rescheduled performances will be our priority and we are looking at ways to streamline this process.
For the latest updates please do continue to monitor Curve’s social media channels and if you are in a position to give something extra and support us during these challenging times, then you can continue to do this via our website www.curveonline.co.uk. Tickets also remain available for purchase online for all future unaffected shows.
Stay well and look after each other.
Chris, Nikolai and Team Curve
It’s with sadness to inform all our audiences and visitors that Curve will remain closed to the public until Monday 4th May.
We are currently in conversation with the producers of shows programmed for this period with an aim of rescheduling as many performances as we can. Due to the temporary closure of our building, we have also made the difficult decision to postpone the production of our Made at Curve musical Roman Holiday until 2021.
When we have finalised alternative dates for later in the year or 2021, all tickets will be automatically transferred and if not, full refunds will be honoured. We will be in touch with you as soon as we can.
Our thoughts are with our Made at Curve production teams, freelance artists, audiences, musicians, Curve Young Company members, all of our affiliate companies, community groups, co-producers and actors, all of whom bring such joy and life into our building on a daily basis. We are missing you all very much at the moment and we will be looking at ways to connect and be creative online, over the coming weeks.
We politely request that you give us time to co-ordinate this successfully. Please do continue to monitor our social media channels for the most recent updates. We will continue to communicate regular updates throughout the days and weeks ahead.
We are tremendously grateful and humbled by the extraordinary support we have received from you – our Curve community and audiences. It’s also gratifying to hear that a number of you have chosen to either exchange your ticket for a Membership or make a cash donation instead of a ticket refund. Your generosity is much appreciated and your kind words have been welcomed by all of our exceptionally hard working staff. Your actions will ensure Curve continues to thrive in the future.
The theatre industry is pulling together and through our shared efforts, we have no choice but to emerge from these challenging times stronger and more resilient than ever. We made a vow when the extent of this crisis became clear, that we will do whatever it takes to ensure the long-term survival of Curve and we will work harder than we have ever done before, to ensure our theatre remains open and can continue to serve all of our communities.
Please also remember that you can still purchase tickets online for performances later on in the year – we are especially looking forward to making that magical journey to OZ together!
We look forward to seeing you all soon and making more memories in our wonderful LE1 home.
Chris, Nikolai & Team Curve