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In pictures (November 8): Jermyn Street, Southwark Playhouse, Rufus Norris at Guildhall, Hornchurch and more

Cast members Aryana Ramkhalawon, Maanuv Thiara, Tom Morley, and Jessica Clark with writer Iman Qureshi and director Hannah Hauer at the press night of The Funeral Director. Photo: Kate Morley pr
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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 Haunting Julia at Queen’s Theatre Hornchurch, Billy Bishop Goes To War at Jermyn Street Theatre as well as Rose Bruford College’s charity performance of Blue Stockings, Adopt a Playwright reading at New Diorama Theatre and The Full Monty cast on the roof of Birmingham Hippodrome

The Funeral Director press night, Southwark Playhouse, London

Rufus Norris and Hamilton’s Gregory Haney at Guildhall School, London

Haunting Julia press night, Queen’s Theatre Hornchurch

Cast members Clive Llewellyn, Matthew Spencer and Sam Cox. Photo: Grace Coppin

Billy Bishop Goes to War press night, Jermyn Street Theatre, London

Charles Aitken (cast), Jimmy Walters (director) and Oliver Beamish (cast). Photo: Chloe Nelkin Consulting
Charles Aitken (cast), Jimmy Walters (director) and Oliver Beamish (cast). Photo: Chloe Nelkin Consulting

Adopt a Playwright reading, New Diorama Theatre, London

Rose Bruford College charity performance, London

The Mayor of Bexley, councillor Brian Bishop, the Mayoress and principal Clarie Middleton (centre) join the cast and production team of Blue Stockings after the annual Rose Bruford College charity performance. Photo: Michael O’Reilly

Royal Voluntary Service’s 80th anniversary exhibition, Oxo Gallery, London

Full Monty cast at Birmingham Hippodrome

Cast members Gary Lucy, Joe Gill, Kai Owen, Andrew Dunn, Louis Emerick and James Redmond

Littler family plaque in Ramsgate

Photo: Michael Wheatley-Ward

Send photos for consideration, with complete captions (event, venue, names, job titles) and photographer credit to cath@thestage.co.uk (Please note, photographs will not be used if all names are not provided)

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