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In pictures (June 7): Tanya Burr at Southwark Playhouse, Complicite at Tara Theatre, Nigel Slater’s Toast at the Lowry, Fat Friends tour and more

Will Pattle, Tanya Burr, Lace Akpojaro, Anna Crichlow and Rhys Yates at the press night of Confidence. Photo: Terry Scott Cast members Will Pattle, Tanya Burr, Lace Akpojaro, Anna Crichlow and Rhys Yates at the press night of Confidence. Photo: Terry Scott
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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 Confidence and The Rink at Southwark Playhouse, Europe After The Rain at Colchester Mercury, A Taste of Honey at Oldham Coliseum, Fat Friends tour, One Minute at the Barn Theatre, Nigel Slater’s Toast at the Lowry, Complicite cooks at Tara Theatre and Bath Fringe

Confidence press night at Southwark Playhouse, London

One Minute press night, Barn Theatre, Cirencester

Europe After The Rain press night, Mercury Theatre, Colchester

Clockwise from left: Writer Oliver Bennett, Cast members James Alexandrou and Anna Koval, director Cara Nolan, assistant director Brooke Parratt, lighting designer Kiaran-Lee Kesby, cast members Simon Haines and Natasha Kafka. Photo: Kate Morley PR

A Taste of Honey press night, Oldham Coliseum

Cast members Kenton Thomas, Kerrie Taylor, Gemma Dobson, Phil Rowson and Max Runham

Complicite cooks, Tara Theatre, London

Fat Friends tour, Blackpool

Nigel Slater’s Toast press night, the Lowry, Salford

Producer Matthew Eames, director Jonnie Riordan, food writer and author of the original memoirs Nigel Slater, food director James Thompson and writer Henry Filloux-Bennett. Photo: Nicky Jones

Love From A Stranger cast visit Greenway National Trust in Plymouth

The Rink press night at Southwark Playhouse, London

Bath Fringe festival launch

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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