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In this commentary, photographer Manuel Harlan explains the art of being in the right place at the right time to capture a key moment of our 2017 Made At Curve production of Sunset Boulevard. See Manuel's full-length shot below.
2020 theatre graduates are invited to join our Chief Executive Chris Stafford, Artistic Director Nikolai Foster and Casting Directors for a free online meeting on 22 July, 10 - 11:30am.
To find out more and request a place, read more.
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!
Without Team Curve, there would be no Made At Curve. A passionate group of people dedicated to creating and sharing the very best culture for everyone to enjoy, our team members put the beating heart into our building.
The ongoing situation means our doors are currently closed and, while digital tools may hold Team Curve together, nothing replaces the feeling of being in our building as a community. Until then, we're celebrating our staff with a collection of memories from Team Curve members.
Jonny Laidlow, Curve's Head of Lighting on what it means to be a producing theatre and working with teams across the building to create a Made at Curve production on stage.
We are pleased to announce Sarah Travis, Musical Supervisor and Orchestrator of many Made at Curve productions, will represent Curve as part of the Freelance Task Force.
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.