In pictures (May 17): Park, York Theatre Royal, Korean Dance festival, National Youth Theatre, Lenny Henry at Royal Birmingham Conservatoire
The latest press night parties, events and awards from the theatrical world in pictures.This week’s highlights include the press nights of Building The Wall at the Park Theatre, National Youth Theatre’s The Fall at Southwark Playhouse, A Midsummer Night’s Dream press night at The Watermill, HR Haitch at the Union Theatre and The Be All and End at York Theatre Royal as well as the Old Vic’s Bicentenary Ball, launch of festival of Korean Dance, the Place, The Stalled Revolution book discussion, House of Lords, Lenny Henry joining the Pops Orchestra at Royal Birmingham Conservatoire, the launch of the new Southwark Playhouse in Elephant and Castle and the Savvy Theatre 10 year anniversary gala in Croydon
Old Vic Theatre’s Bicentenary Ball, London
HR Haitch press night, Union Theatre, London
A Midsummer Night’s Dream press night, Watermill Theatre, Newbury
Building The Wall press night, Park Theatre, London
National Youth Theatre’s The Fall press night, Southwark Playhouse, London
Southwark Playhouse at Elephant and Castle launch, London
Launch of festival of Korean Dance, the Place, London
The Stalled Revolution book discussion, House of Lords, London
Frank Ifield – Remembers, fundraising night, Ivy Leaf, Whittlesey
Savvy Theatre 10 year anniversary gala, Braithwaite Hall, Croydon
The Be All and End All post-show party (Theatre Royal), the Ivy, York
Lenny Henry joins the Pops Orchestra at Royal Birmingham Conservatoire
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