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In pictures (June 21): Michael Brandon, Stratford East, Sheffield Crucible, Hampstead Theatre, CSSD

Casting director Kate Plantin, Michael Brandon, actor Anita Harris and producer Simon Fielder at the press night of Brandon's show Off Ramps at Richmond Theatre. Photo: Edward Lloyd
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The latest press night parties, events and awards from the theatrical world in pictures. This week’s highlights include the press nights of One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest at Sheffield Crucible, Cafe Society Swing at Theatre Royal Stratford East, Talking Heads at West Yorkshire Playhouse, Michael Brandon – Off Ramps at Richmond Theatre as well as the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama topping out ceremony

Michael Brandon – Off Ramps press night at Richmond Theatre

One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest press night, Sheffield Crucible

Back row: Robert Hastie, Andrew Dennis, Shaun Mason, Clive Hayward, Javaad Alipoor, Jack Tarlton, Jeremy Proulx, Jenny Livsey, Shelley Williams and Mohammed Mansaray. Front: Joel Gillman, Tom Hodgkins, Arthur Hughes, Nathan Amzi and Melissa Johns. Photo: Alex Turner.

Cafe Society Swing press night, Theatre Royal Stratford East, London

Back row: Director Christian Durham and band members Miles Danso, Alex Webb (also writer), Dave Bitelli and Nathaniel Cross. Front: Cast members China Moses, Vimala Rowe, Peter Gerald, Ciyo Brown and Judi Jackson. Photo: Kate Morley PR

Talking Heads press night, West Yorkshire Playhouse, Leeds

Women Centre Stage, Eight Short Plays By and About Women launch, Hampstead Theatre, London

Royal Central School of Speech and Drama new building topping out ceremony, London

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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