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Curve and Rose Theatre Kingston are pleased to announce full casting for their upcoming production of Roald Dahl’s The Twits. Mr. and Mrs. Twit will be played by Robert Pickavance and Jo Mousley. Robert has previously played other iconic Dahl characters on stage including The BFG and Grasshopper in James and The Giant Peach.
Today, Curve announced that Ian Squires has been appointed Chair of the Board of Curve. Squires is an experienced theatre trustee and board member. He chaired the board of the Birmingham Repertory Theatre for eight years helping to oversee the theatre’s redevelopment and reopening in 2013.
Curve has been awarded Arts Council England funding to adapt Amana Fontanella-Khan’s critically acclaimed narrative account Pink Sari Revolution for the stage. The £100,000 award is part of Art Council England’s ‘Reimagine India’ programme that aims to develop new work and collaborations between arts and cultural organisations in England and India.
Curve’s production of Legally Blonde The Musical has taken two top awards at the prestigious Daegu International Musical Festival Awards in South Korea. The Made At Curve production won the highest award for Best Musical and Best Actress in a Musical for Lucie Jones as Elle Woods.
Nikolai Foster is thrilled to announce the cast of Curve and Birmingham Rep's dazzling production of Oscar Wilde's classic play, including BAFTA nominee Cathy Tyson as the formidable Lady Bracknell.
With an acclaimed revival of Legally Blonde still running in the theatre, Chief Executive Chris Stafford and Artistic Director Nikolai Foster announce a new season of Made At Curve productions for autumn and Christmas 2016, including Grease, The Twits, The Importance of Being Earnest and Akram Khan's Until The Lions.
Leicester’s Curve theatre will be celebrating the work of leading and emerging East Midlands’ artists this May for the third annual Inside Out Festival. With over 10,000 people visiting and taking part in Inside Out over the past two years, this year’s Festival promises to be even bigger and better.