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In pictures (February 15): Ian McKellen at Cygnet, Derek Jarman plaque, Old Red Lion, Cirque Berserk, Chickenshed and more

Cast members Stanton Wright, Samuel Pope, Carol Harrison (book), Stefan Edwards, Alexander Gold and David Shute at the press night of All Or Nothing – the Mod Musical. Photo: Piers Allardyce
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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 All Or Nothing: The Mod Musical at London’s Arts Theatre, Othello at the Unicorn Theatre, Monolog at Chickenshed, Cirque Berserk at the Peacock Theatre and Ian McKellen visiting Cygnet Theatre and the plaque unveiling of a People’s Plaque for Derek Jarman

All Or Nothing: The Mod Musical at London’s Arts Theatre

Ben Platt and Jordan Shaw at the Phoenix Arts Club, London

Actors Jordan Shaw and Ben Platt at the Stephen Sondheim Society‘s monthly cabaret

Ian McKellen visits Cygnet Theatre, Exeter

Cirque Berserk press night, Peacock Theatre, London

Cirque Berserk cast and crew. Photo: Desmond FitzGerald
Cirque Berserk cast and crew. Photo: Desmond FitzGerald

The Moor press night, Old Red Lion, London

Cast members Oliver Britten, Jill McAusland and Jonny Magnanti with director Blythe Stewart and writer Catherine Lucie. Photo: Chloe Nelkin Consulting

Monolog first night, Chickenshed Theatre, London

Head of Arts, Culture and Sport at Active Enfield Paul Everitt with Belinda McGuirk (cast), Lucy-Mae Beacock (cast), Diane Samuels (writer), Lou Stein (director), Alesha Bhakoo (cast), Dave Carey and Milly Rolle (creative team)

Prince Charles visits La Forza Del Destino, Wales Millennium Centre, Cardiff

Othello press night, Unicorn Theatre, London

Director Ian Nicholson with cast members Lawrence Walker, Ayoola Smart, Okorie Chukwu, Ronald Nsubuga and Ricky Fearon. Photo: Jessica Young

Toyah Willcox unveils Derek Jarman People’s Plaque, London


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