In pictures (December 21): Sheffield Crucible, London Palladium, War Horse, Curve and more
The latest press night parties, new shows in rehearsal, events and awards from the theatrical world in pictures. This week’s highlights include opening nights of Rapunzel at Cambridge Junction, George’s Marvellous Medicine at Curve, Leicester, Dick Whittington at the Palladium, Home for Christmas at the Lichfield Garrick, Nativity! the Musical in London, Daisy Pulls It Off at the Park Theatre and Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs at Theatre Royal, Bath, Jack and the Beanstalk at Theatre Royal York, Cinderella at the Bradford Alhambra and Wolverhampton Grand Theatre…
Dick Whittington press night, London Palladium
Cinderella press night, Alhambra Theatre, Bradford
Rhys Ifans campaigns for PETA
Jack and the Beanstalk press night, Theatre Royal, York
Daisy Pulls It Off press night, Park Theatre, London
Rapunzel press night, Cambridge Junction
George’s Marvellous Medicine press night, Curve, Leicester
Jack and The Beanstalk press night, Wolverhampton Grand
Tricycle Theatre Q&A, London
The Wizard of Oz press night, Crucible Theatre, Sheffield
Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs press night, Theatre Royal, Bath
Nativity! The Musical gala night, Eventim Apollo, London
Royal Central School of Speech and Drama graduation ceremony, Royal Festival Hall, London
War Horse gala night, New Theatre, Oxford
FCUK’D press night, the Bunker, London
West Ham visits Stratford Circus, London
Gate Ventures Chairman and Director steps down
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