Tag: theatre

A Truly 50’s Night Out! ‘Grease’ at the Curve Theatre

This Christmas season, the Curve Theatre in Leicester have surely outdone themselves with their production of the 50’s rock ‘n’ roll classic ‘Grease’. Directed by Nikolai Foster, the performance based on the infamous 1971 musical by Jim Jacobs and Warren...

/ 9th December 2016

A Streetcar Named Desire

  Charlie Brooks stars in The Curve’s production of ‘A Streetcar Named Desire’   Nikolai Foster’s revival of ‘A Streetcar Named Desire’ at The Curve in Leicester was always going to be something to look forward to as it’s …

/ 10th November 2015

Societies, what have you done this year to make you feel proud?

This year, societies have been up to some truly incredible things and raising funds for a number of organisations. We’ve seen the likes of Islam Society being recognised for their outstanding contribution, especially during their Charity Week in February. We’ve...

/ 18th May 2015

Adrian Mole the Musical, Leicester’s beloved teenager: from page to stage, catch it before it’s gone

http://dluxe-magazine.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/The-Secret-Diary-of-Adrian-Mole-press-image.jpg One of the highlights of the Cultural Exchanges festival was an exclusive talk with the creators of the brand new, Leicester based Curve musical, based on the bestselling novel The Secret Diary of Adrian Mole, aged 13 ¾.…

/ 31st March 2015

Review: The Commitments

This fun, eccentric and witty musical had the audience laughing, clapping and in the end dancing, encasing the very notion of ‘soul’. Inspired by Roddy Doyle’s 1987 bestselling novel and Alan Parker’s film adaptation, the production combines the in-depth story...

/ 27th February 2015

Dracula bites the theatre with a fierce performance

At the Curve Theatre in Leicester, I was mesmerised by a tremendous performance by a graceful cast. An eerie display, with next-to-no words, it was enticing. From the opening act, through to the end. Tension risen high – with the...

/ 13th November 2014

Always Head-ing for the very top

  Thanks to a starring role in the hit TV sitcom The Inbetweeners and its big-screen success, Emily Head has had an amazing start to her career. Deputy Editor Chris Franklin went to the Curve theatre to speak to Emily...

/ 9th October 2014