- Telephone 0116 242 3595
- Website www.curveonline.co.uk
You can take curve literally, as the award-winning building, designed by acclaimed architect Rafael Viñoly, features a curved façade made from 1,192 tonnes of steel and 46000m² of glass. Impressive, no?
The arts centre was opened in 2008 by Her Majesty The Queen, and uniquely, has no backstage area. Visitors are therefore privy to the inner-workings of the theatre (making the possibility of famous-actor-spotting very real).
The building is managed by Leicester Theatre Trust.
There are 12 events at this location
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Count Arthur Strong
Steve Delaney's deluded thespian creation returns with a new show.
Curve Productions: Grease The Musical
Nikolai Foster directs Jim Jacobs and Warren Casey's high-school musical, full of explosive energy, singing, dancing and 1950s fashion.
Thu 8 Dec
Fri 9 Dec
Sat 10 Dec
Developing Your Choreographic Voice
Weekend residential dance choreography course.
The Lost Present: A Christmas Adventure: Topsy Turvy Theatre
The ensemble presents a festive adventure featuring Elva who has tumbled to earth from the sky on Christmas Eve.
Sat 17 Dec
Sun 18 Dec
Mon 19 Dec
Talented young people showcase their dance work.
Northern Ballet: The Boy In The Striped Pyjamas
A heartbreaking story set in World War Two, about two boys and friends divided by a barbed wire fence.
Fri 2 Jun 2017
Pick Of The Fest
Sharp stand-up from 2014 Foster's Comedy Awards Best Newcomer Nominee, Dane Baptiste. Also featuring Paul Sinha.
Ramin And The Broadgrass Band
Iranian-Canadian actor and singer Ramin Karimloo fronts the collective in a performance that combines bluegrass and country.
Shirley & Shirley Are: Not Just A One Night Stand
The stars of the hit BBC Radio 4 show 'Sketchorama' bring you their latest instalment of uproarious characters, ranging from sex robots and dysfunctional couples to YouTube sensation, Lady Lewisham. Shirley & Shirley (Joanna Carolan and Pascale Wilson) are without doubt the best Irish-palestinian, British-Surinamese…
Susan Calman: The Calman Before the Storm
The Calmanator's latest show is likely to explore any or all of the following: cats, kittens, and being a little lady with nothing to lose.
Roald Dahl's monstrous tale. Directed by Max Webster. Ages 6+.
The Woman in Black
- Directed by: Robin Herford
- Written by: Stephen Mallatratt (adapt)
Spookily Gothic and highly theatrical adaptation of Susan Hill's story about a young lawyer trying to exorcise his metaphorical demons.