In pictures (October 11): BAC, Take That in Aberdeen, Hope Street Theatre, Birmingham Rep, Theatre503, Southwark Playhouse, Mercury and more
The latest press night parties, events and awards from the theatrical world in pictures. This week’s highlights include the press nights of Rallying Cry at Battersea Arts Centre, All You Need is LSD at Birmingham Rep, A Night in Provence press night, Mill at Sonning, The Art of Gaman at Theatre503, Moll Flanders at the Mercury Theatre, Colchester, The Sweet Science of Bruising at Southwark Playhouse as well as Gary Barlow and Howard Donald’s surprise visit to His Majesty’s Theatre Theatre in Aberdeen
The Sweet Science of Bruising press night, Southwark Playhouse, London
All You Need is LSD press night, Birmingham Repertory Theatre
A Night in Provence press night, Mill at Sonning, Reading
The Art of Gaman press night, Theatre503, London
Gary Barlow and Howard Donald visit The Band at His Majesty’s Theatre Theatre, Aberdeen
Moll Flanders press night, Mercury Theatre, Colchester
Three Sat Under The Banyan Tree press night, Polka Theatre, London
A Midsummer’s Night Dream press night, Crucible Theatre, Sheffield
Jupiter Artland Foundation tenth anniversary, Institute of Contemporary Arts, London
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