Our review of
Theatre in Leicester
for the year 2015
We look back over the articles published in Arts in Leicester magazine and add other items of interest
The Woman in Black.
A tense thriller at Curve starred Malclm James and Matt Connor.
Comedian John Shuttleworth was at The Little Theatre for his show A Wee Ken to Remember.
Adrian Mole – The Musical.
We were at Curve to see the European premiere of Shiv by Aditi Brennan Kapil.
A touching and evocative play about young love.
Amazing combintions of athletics, gymnastic and acrobatics brought together in a dance-like spectacular.
The Car Man.
Reginald D. Hunter.
Comedian Reginald D. Hunter was at the De Montfort Hall for his one man show.
29th – Shakespeare’s Richard III opened at Curve in a production directed by Nikolai Foster. For a review see British Theatre Guide. Our reaction: we didn’t like it.
Urban Young Actors.
Young actors created suspense with an unusual drama in Leicester.
A Streetcar Named Desire.
Curve provided the stage for this iconic drama set in America’s deep south.
Aakash Odedra – Echoes and I Image.
20th – A Streetcar Named Desire opens at Curve. We gave it ***
Tetrad’s Us And Them number 4.
Tetrad’s company were back at the Attenborough centre for another in their series Us And Them.