In pictures (March 15): Hamlet at Hackney Empire, Richmond Theatre, Vault Festival, Liverpoool Everyman and more
The latest press night parties, events and awards from the theatrical world in pictures.This week’s highlights include opening nights at Richmond Theatre, Tara Theatre, Queen’s Theatre Hornchurch, Vault Festival, Liverpool’s Everyman Theatre, Theatre503, Upstairs at the Gatehouse, the Bunker, Chickenshed, Hackney Empire as well as the Bush Theatre’s fundraising quiz and the Intertalent Rights Group rebranding celebration at BAFTA headquarters, London…
Hamlet press night, Hackney Empire, London
Kindertransport press night, Queen’s Theatre, Hornchurch
After The Ball press night, Upstairs at the Gatehouse, London
The Dog Beneath the Skin press night, Jermyn Street Theatre, London
The Game of Love and Chai press night, Tara Theatre, London
Some Mothers Do ‘Ave ‘Em press night, Richmond Theatre, London
OK Bye press night, Vault Festival, London
Don’t Stop Thinking About Tomorrow press night, Chickenshed Theatre, London
Br’er Cotton press night, Orange Tree Theatre, London
Intertalent Rights Group rebranding celebration at BAFTA headquarters, London
Bush Theatre fundraising quiz, London
Paint Your Wagon press night, Liverpool Everyman Theatre
Electra press night, the Bunker, London
Marie Curie Blooming Great tea party, Wimbledon Theatre, London
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