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In pictures (June 28): Barbican, Theatre by the Lake, Cromer Pier, Stephen Sondheim and Wicked Youth Writer awards,

Judges and winners of the Wicked Young Writer awards at the Apollo Theatre, London. Photo: Ellie Kurttz Judges and winners of the Wicked Young Writer awards at the Apollo Victoria Theatre, London. Photo: Ellie Kurttz
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The latest press night parties, events and awards from the theatrical world in pictures. This week’s highlights include the press nights of The Big I Am at Liverpool Everyman, Cromer Pier Summer Show, Lonely Planet at Trafalgar Studios, Bold Girls and Single Spies at Theatre by the Lake in Keswick, Smack That (A Conversation) press night at the Barbican, London and Guildfrod Shakespeare’s Robin Hood, as well as the Bing Live gala at Alban Arena, Colour House Theatre’s gala night, Shebeen gala at Theatre Royal Stratford East, the Stephen Sondheim Society Student Performer of the Year and Stiles and Drewe prize at the Savoy and the Wicked Young Writers Awards at the Apollo Theatre, London

Cromer Pier Summer opening night

Shebeen gala, Theatre Royal Stratford East, London

Robin Hood press night, Racks Close, Quarry Street, Guildford

Back row: James Sheldon, Sally Cheng, Gavin Fowler, Mayor of Guildford Mike Parsons, Chris Porter, Robert Maskell, High Sheriff of Surrey Jim Glover, Sarah Gobran and Paula James. Front: Alex, Mollie, Mallie, Sybil, Lucy, Willow

Colour House Theatre gala night, London

Lonely Planet press night, Trafalgar Studios, London

Cast member Aaron Vodovoz, director Ian Brown and Alexander McMorran (cast). Photo: Kate Morley PR

Single Spies/Bold Girls press nights, Theatre by the Lake, Keswick

The Big I Am press night, Liverpool Everyman

Bing Live gala, Alban Arena, St Albans

Smack That (a conversation) press night, Barbican, London

Stephen Sondheim Society Student Performer of the Year and Stiles and Drewe prize, Savoy Theatre, London

Send photos for consideration, with complete captions (event, venue, names, job titles) and photographer credit to cath@thestage.co.uk (Please note, photographs may not be used if all names are not provided)

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