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In pictures (April 5): Tristan Bates, AsOne Theatre, Polka, Ambassadors Theatre

Cast members Samuel Pope, Stefan Edwards and Stanton Wright at the All Or Nothing – The Mod Musical gala night. Photo: Dan Wooller Cast members Samuel Pope, Stefan Edwards and Stanton Wright at the All Or Nothing – The Mod Musical gala night. Photo: Dan Wooller
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The latest press night parties, events and awards from the theatrical world in pictures.This week’s highlights include opening nights of Love Me Now at Tristan Bates Theatre, Beginners at the Unicorn Theatre, Chocolate Cake at Polka Theatre, AsOne Theatre’s library tour of Mary Anning’s Fossil Depot and All Or Nothing – The Mod Musical gala at Ambassadors Theatre

All Or Nothing – The Mod Musical gala at Ambassadors Theatre, London

Chocolate Cake first night, Polka Theatre, London

Cast members Todd Heppenstall, Mark Houston and Aminita Francis with writer Michael Rosen (front)
Cast members Todd Heppenstall, Mark Houston and Aminita Francis with writer Michael Rosen (front)

Love Me Now press night, Tristan Bates Theatre, London

Director Jamie Armitage with cast members Gianbruno Spena, Helena Wilson and Alistair Toovey, writer Michelle Barnette and artistic director Joel Fisher. Photo: Chloe Nelkin Consulting

Beginners first night, Unicorn Theatre, London

From top left: Rob Das, Tim Crouch, Pandora Colin, Neil D’Souza, Amalia Vitale, Jacqui Dubois, Nekisha Eric, Milan Verma, Atinuke Akinrinade, Rowan Davies-Moore, Emilija Trajkovic, Archie MacGregor, Ella Scott and Ethan Dattani. Photo: Jessica Young

AsOne Theatre’s Mary Anning’s Fossil Depot library live tour opening

Cast members Jane McKell and Eltjo De Vries. Photo: Kevin Butcher

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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