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In pictures (August 9): Soho Theatre, Pleasance Edinburgh, Stephen Joseph Theatre, the Vaults

Pleasance kidzone photocall at Edinburgh Festival Fringe. Photo: Elly White
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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 Sacrifice at Soho Theatre, Sounds and Sorcery celebrating Disney Fantasia at the Vaults and Joking Apart at Stephen Joseph Theatre in Scarborough as well as Pleasance Kidzone photocall at Edinburgh Festival Fringe, Greater Manchester Fringe Awards and the Wasted press launch, Stone Nest Chapel in London

Pleasance Kidzone photocall, Edinburgh

Sacrifice press night, Soho Theatre

Back row: Mark Sands, Garry Skimins, Nathan Linsdell, Henry Holmes, Andrew Muir and Clare Hawkins. Front: Chloe Brown, Angela Crispim, Jamie Parker, Sam Weston and Sophie Coulter. Photo: Kate Morley pr

Joking Apart press night, Stephen Joseph Theatre, Scarborough

Cast and crew members – back row: Richard Stacey, Leigh Symonds, Jamie Baughan, Emma Lang, Craig Kilmartin, Naomi Petersen, Louise Shuttleworth, Liz Jadav. Front: Laurence Pears and Frances Marshall with writer Alan Ayckbourn. Photo: Jeannie Swales

Sounds and Sorcery celebrating Disney Fantasia gala, the Vaults, London

Greater Manchester Fringe Awards, 53two, Manchester

Wasted press launch, Stone Nest Chapel, 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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