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An Officer and a Gentleman UK Tour

An Officer And A Gentleman UK Tour

Jamie Wilson and Curve are delighted to announce the UK Premiere of “An Office and a Gentleman – The Musical” which will open at Curve on 6 April 2018 before playing at theatres across the UK and in Ireland until 15 September 2018. The show comes to the UK following its World Premiere in Sydney. […]

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Book now for Annie at Piccadilly Theatre

Further casting announced for Annie in West End

Alex Bourne will be Daddy Warbucks with Holly Dale Spencer as Grace Farrell alongside Miranda Hart as part of further casting announced for the new West End production of Annie. The pair, who have both appeared in the UK tour of the musical, will be joined in the show at Piccadilly Theatre by Jonny Fines as Rooster and Djalenga Scott as Lily. Today’s casting news […]

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Sunset Boulevard UK Tour

Sunset Boulevard UK Tour

Ria Jones will play Norma Desmon in Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Sunset Boulevard UK Tour starting at the Curve Theatre in Leicester in September 2017. In her mansion on Sunset Boulevard, faded, silent-screen goddess, Norma Desmond, lives in a fantasy world. Impoverished screen writer, Joe Gillis, on the run from debt collectors, stumbles into her reclusive […]

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Tupele Dorgu in legally Blonde at Leicester Curve

Legally Blonde fully cast and ready to take Leicester by storm.

Curve’s artistic director, Nikolai Foster, has revealed the full company for his new production of the award-winning West End and Broadway smash hit musical comedy, Legally Blonde. The cast includes Tupele Dorgu who will play Paulette. Dorgu’s television credits include Kelly Crabtree in Coronation Street, Billionaire Boy, Cucumber, All at Sea,Waterloo Road and Merseybeat.  Her theatre […]

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Annie Uk Tour 2015

CRITICS CHOICE: Emily Hardy’s Pick Of 2015

My pick of 2015 is neither a stroke of theatrical genius like the Almeida’s Oresteia nor a brilliant and original work of art like 1927’s Golum. It is in fact a populist musical, despised by many, dating back to the 1970s. NB: If squeaky-voiced, optimistic red-headed orphans conjure distressing memories of amateur productions past, look […]

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