In pictures (March 8): Frost/Nixon, Julie’s Bicycle, Colchester Mercury, Pegasus Opera and more
The latest press night parties, events and awards from the theatrical world in pictures. This week’s highlights include opening nights of Frost/Nixon at Sheffield Crucible, The Turn of the Screw at Colchester Mercury, Ballistic at the King’s Head Theatre, Curtains at the Rose Theatre, Kingston, The Weir 100th performance, Richmond Theatre as well as the BAFTA Era 50:50 and Julie’s Bicycle Creative Climate Census events in London…
Era 50:50 gender representation event, BAFTA’s headquarters, London
Frost/Nixon press night, Sheffield Crucible
The Turn of the Screw press night, Colchester Theatre, Mercury
Pegasus Opera’s Ruth/Dark Lady of the Sea opening night, Actors Church, London
The Weir 100th performance, Richmond Theatre, London
Julie’s Bicycle Creative Climate Census event, Free Word Centre, London
Ballistic press night, King’s Head Theatre, London
Curtains press night, Rose Theatre, Kingston
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