In pictures (June 14): Park Theatre, Lilian Baylis and Stage Management Awards, Manchester Royal Exchange, Lady Ratlings and British Music Hall Society
The latest press night parties, events and awards from the theatrical world in pictures.This week’s highlights include the press nights of Monogamy at the Park Theatre, Down and Out: Live at Stone Nest in London, The Woman in Black’s 30th anniversary, British Music Hall Society’s Day By the Sea in Eastbourne, Stage Management Awards, the Lilian Baylis Awards, the real Queens of the Coal Age visit Mancjester Royal Exchange, Amber Massie-Blomfield’s book launch and the Grand Order of Lady Ratlings annual luncheon
Twenty Theatres to See Before You Die book launch, Battersea Arts Centre, London
Head First Acrobats at the Old Operating Theatre, London
Monogamy press night, Park Theatre, London
British Music Hall Society Day by the Sea, Eastbourne Hippodrome
Stage Management Awards, Alexandra Palace, London
Grand Order of Lady Ratlings Carmen Silvera Award Luncheon, Trinity House, London
Queens of the Coal Age, Manchester Royal Exchange
The Woman in Black 30th anniversary, Fortune Theatre, London
Orwell’s Down and Out: Live at Stone Nest in London
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