In pictures (May 3): Judi Dench at Sonning Mill, Curve, Colab Factory, Arcola, Chickenshed, Mercury and more
The latest press night parties, events and awards from the theatrical world in pictures.This week’s highlights include the press nights of An Officer and A Gentleman Leicester Curve, For King and Country at Colab Factory in London, Moormaid at the Arcola, One Flew Over The Cuckoo’s Nest at Chickenshed, Pieces of String at Colchester Mercury, Much Ado About Nothing at Rose Theatre Kingston, Our Country’s Good at Theatre Royal Stratford East, Shakespeare’s Rose Theatre media launch, Judi Dench in conversation at the Mill at Sonning, Prince Edward visits the National Youth Theatre during rehearsals of The Fall and Kerry Michael being awarded freedom of the City of London
An Officer and A Gentleman the Musical press night, Curve, Leicester
For King and Country press night, Colab Factory, London
Kerry Michael is awarded freedom of the City of London, Guildhall
Judi Dench in conversation at The Mill at Sonning
One Flew Over The Cuckoo’s Nest press night, Chickenshed Theatre, London
Prince Edward visits the National Youth Theatre during rehearsals of The Fall
Moormaid press night, Arcola Theatre, London
Shakespeare’s Rose Theatre media launch at the Forum at Havas KX, London
Much Ado About Nothing press night, Rose Theatre Kingston
Our Country’s Good press night, Theatre Royal Stratford East
Pieces of String press night, Mercury Theatre, Colchester
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