Being at the heart of Leicester’s ‘Cultural Quarter’ has meant that we are fortunate enough to be within touching distance of one of Europe’s most exciting new theatres – the amazing Curve. The theatre was only completed in late 2008 but has already staged several renowned plays including Martin McDonagh’s Pillowman and is now housing the European premier of the musical ‘Light In The Piazza’.

The show utilises the fantastic staging capabilities of Curve, and George Souglides’ design is particularly effective in recreating the feel of 1950’s Florence. Paul Kerryson’s slick direction and Adam Guettel’s lush orchestral arrangements make this a production not to be missed.

But don’t take our word for it – check out the promo, and better still go and see the show which runs from now until 23rd of May. The Stage has already posted a glowing review here.

We have already produced work for Pillowman with a piece that played as part of the build up to the actual play as well as an installation piece (REWIND) that was designed to give an alternate view of the space for the official opening event of the theatre.

The installation piece can be found here. As ever, we would love your feedback and thoughts on this post, our work or even the musical itself.

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