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AUTHOR RIAZ KHAN TO JOIN CAST OF MEMOIRS OF AN ASIAN FOOTBALL CASUAL AT CURVE

Curve has announced that Author Riaz Khan will join the cast on stage in its world-premiere Made at Curve drama Memoirs of an Asian Football Casual – an adaptation of Riaz’s book documenting his time as a football hooligan in 1980s Leicester.

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Full casting announced for the Curve and Jamie Wilson co-production of White Christmas

Curve and Jamie Wilson have revealed the full casting for the upcoming festive Made at Curve production of Irving Berlin’s White Christmas.

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Watch our Memoirs of an Asian Football Casual documentary

Go behind-the-scenes of our world premiere, Made at Curve drama Memoirs of an Asian Football Casual, as the book's writer Riaz Khan and the company step back in time to discuss 1980s Leicester and the city's historic football culture.

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CURVE, THE LOWRY AND BRISTOL OLD VIC FERMENT LEAD THE WAY WITH NEW PROGRAMME FOR ARTISTS OF COLOUR

Three of the UK’s leading theatres have joined forces to create the Naseem Khan Commissions, an ambitious new initiative to support artists of colour.

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Curve in Conversation - Episode One

Listen to our brand new podcast, Curve in Conversation. In this first episode, we speak to Curve's Chief Executive Chris Stafford and Artistic Director Nikolai Foster.

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Your #CurveFiddler opening night highlights

See how the official opening night of our Curve Young Company and Community production of Fiddler on the Roof unfolded with our latest social media imprint.

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Curve and Birmingham Hippodrome announce co-production of Tony Award-winning Broadway sensation THE COLOR PURPLE

Leicester’s Curve and Birmingham Hippodrome theatres join forces to co-produce Broadway musical The Color Purple, based on the Pulitzer Prize-winning novel by Alice Walker.

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curve announces full line-up for 10th birthday inside out festival 2018

Leicester’s Curve theatre has announced details of its upcoming Inside Out Festival 2018, which celebrates the astonishing diversity of new and emerging artists in the East Midlands.

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