Curve: Great new shows on sale!

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NEW SHOWS NOW ON SALE

We have an exciting line-up of spectacular dramas and distinctive dance shows coming soon to Curve!

This new host of shows includes the West End sensations Dial M for Murder and the electrifying stage adaptation of Khaled Hosseini’s international bestselling novel The Kite Runner. Curve will also be welcoming inspiring dance productions from critically acclaimed companies BalletBoyz and James Wilton Dance, plus an intimate performance from celebrated West End star, Ruthie Henshall.

You can book online by clicking the image of the show you’d like to see, or you can call our Box Office team on 0116 242 3595, or alternatively, visit  in person at Curve.

NOW ON SALE
Material Men Redux
Tue 4 Feb | £20 – £10
A dynamic and moving exploration of the violence of loss and the creation of new ways of belonging. Two performers of the Indian diaspora whose dance styles could not be more different: classical Indian and hip hop.
The Storm
Fri 28 – Sat 29 Feb | £18 – £10
James Wilton Dance, one of Europe’s most in-demand dance companies, presents The Storm, a whirlwind of lightning fast, hyper athletic movement, where acrobatics, break-dancing and martial arts fuse, creating dance that will blow you away.
Poet in da Corner
Fri 6 Mar – Sat 7 Mar | £20 – £10
In a strict Mormon household, between East London and Essex, a girl is given Dizzee Rascal’s ground-breaking grime album Boy in da Corner by her best friend. In this semi-autobiographical piece, step into a technicolour world where music, dance and spoken word collide.

 

BalletBoyz – Deluxe

Thu 12 – Sat 14 Mar | £26 – £10

Blending both energetic and graceful dance with stunning music and film, BalletBoyz is led by former Royal Ballet dancers Michael Nunn and William Trevitt and is one of the most innovative and inspiring forces in modern dance.

The Habit of Art

Mon 6 – Sat 11 Apr | £35 – £10

 

Exploring friendship, rivalry and heartache this play is about a fictional meeting between two of the 20th century’s most remarkable artists, poet W. H. Auden and composer Benjamin Britten.

Ruthie Henshall: In My Life

Sun 12 – Tue 14 Apr | £35 – £10

 

Ruthie Henshall is one of the most celebrated performers in the history of London theatre. Experience the new and intimate show and rare opportunity to see this dazzling star up close and personal, reinterpreting highlights from her acclaimed career as well as exploring the work of other iconic artists.

Dial M for Murder
Mon 4 – Sat 9 May | £35 – £10
Made famous by Alfred Hitchcock’s world-renowned 1950 film, Tony Wendice is a jaded ex-professional tennis player who has given it all up for his wife Margot. But Tony’s mind soon turns to revenge as he discovers his wife has been unfaithful. Aiming to commit ‘the perfect crime’ Tony becomes tangled in the web of his own making.
Wasteland

Mon 11 May | £24 – £10

In 1994 hundreds of coal miners hung up their pit boots as Grimethorpe Colliery was destroyed, along with the tight-knit working-class community that surrounded it. Marking the 25th anniversary since the demolition and 30 years since the rise of UK rave culture, Wasteland is the highly anticipated new dance theatre show from Gary Clarke Company – the team behind COAL.

The Kite Runner
Mon 22 Jun – Sat 27 Jun | £32.50 – £10
Based on Khaled Hosseini’s international bestselling novel, this haunting tale of friendship spans cultures and continents, following one man’s journey to confront his past and find redemption.

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Join as a Curve Member today and recieve 15% ticket discount* on up to four tickets per production, access a priority booking period, enjoy 20% off at Curve’s Stage Door Bar and Green Room Cafe and gain exclusive discounts around the city.

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Leicester Theatre Trust Limited gratefully acknowledges and welcomes the continued support of and partnership with Arts Council England and Leicester City Council.

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