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In pictures (April 12): Chicago, Quiz, Sting, Theatre Royal Stratford East, Vaults, Wac Arts

Cast members Josefina Gabrielle, Ruthie Henshall, Cuba Gooding Jr and Sarah Soetaert at the opening night of Chicago. Photo: Piers Allardyce
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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 Chicago with Cuba Gooding Jr, Quiz at the Noel Coward Theatre, Coconut at Ovalhouse, Mark Thomas: Showtime from the Frontline, Teddy at the Vaults, Mixtape at the Manchester Royal Exchange as well as Sting visiting the cast of The Last Ship, The Comedy About A Bank Robbery media night and the Wac Arts weekender 2018

Chicago press night, Phoenix Theatre, London

Sting visits The Last Ship, Alexandra Theatre, Birmingham

Mixtape, Royal Exchange Theatre, Manchester

Cast and crew. Photo: Royal Exchange Theatre

Quiz after party, Sway Bar, London

Coconut press night, Ovalhouse, London

Teddy press night, the Vaults, London

Mark Thomas: Showtime from the Frontline press night, Theatre Royal Stratford East

Cast members Alaa Shehada, Faisal Abualheja and Mark Thomas with director Joe Douglas. Photo: Kate Morley PR
Cast members Alaa Shehada, Faisal Abualheja and Mark Thomas with director Joe Douglas. Photo: Kate Morley PR

The Comedy About A Bank Robbery media night, Criterion Theatre, London

Wac Arts weekender, Hampstead Old Town Hall, 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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