Curve’s New Work Festival to showcase the most dynamic and exciting talent from the Midlands
From 16 – 26 Oct Curve’s New Work Festival will take over spaces around the theatre’s building to showcase the most dynamic and exciting talent from the Midlands, with informal gigs, musical comedy, drama and more set to hit the theatre’s stages.
Several performances come to Curve’s New Work Festival direct from this year’s Edinburgh Fringe Festival including Olivier Award-nominee Caroline Horton, who will open Curve’s festival with multi-award winning All of Me and Lewis Doherty who brings two blockbuster parody performances to Curve: WOLF a neon-noir cyber-punk action thriller and BOAR, an epic fairytale. After a sellout run at the Fringe, Fat Rascal brings musical parody Unfortunate: The Untold Story of Ursula the Sea Witch and Curve Breakthrough Artist Jack Britton TED Talk meets theatre show Mighty (pictured).
As part of Black History Month celebrations in October, Curve Associate Company Serendipity brings BHM Live Showcase with new performances from artists Isaac Ouro-Gnao, Joshua Nash, Jordan Douglas, Akeim Toussaint Buck and a new film from Jaha Browne.