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In pictures (September 13): Lin-Manuel Miranda visits Bring It On, Prince Charles at the Old Vic and more

British Theatre Academy cast members Matthew Brazier and Kristine Kruse, Lin-Manuel Miranda, Robyn McIntyre, Chisara Agor and Mary Celeste at Southwark Playhouse, London. Photo: Eliza Wilmot British Theatre Academy cast members Matthew Brazier and Kristine Kruse, Lin-Manuel Miranda, Robyn McIntyre, Chisara Agor and Mary Celeste at Southwark Playhouse, London. Photo: Eliza Wilmot
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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 Caterpillar at Theatre503, Build A Rocket at Stephen Joseph Theatre, Abi at Queen’s Hornchurch as well as Lin-Manuel Miranda at Bring It On, Curve’s 10th anniversary, Prince Charles at the Old Vic, Elizabeth Seal’s 85th birthday and The Comedy About A Bank Robbery 1000th performance at the Criterion Theatre

Lin-Manuel Miranda visits Bring It On, Southwark Playhouse, London

Abi first night, Queen’s Theatre, Hornchurch

Author Atiha Sen Gupta and cast member Safiyya Ingar. Photo: Gary Summers
Author Atiha Sen Gupta and cast member Safiyya Ingar. Photo: Gary Summers

Curve Live, 10th anniversary concert, Leicester

Build A Rocket press night, Stephen Joseph Theatre, Scarborough

Cast member Serena Manteghi, writer Christopher York and lighting designer
Ben Cowens. Photo: Jeannie Swales

The Comedy About A Bank Robbery 1000th performance, Criterion Theatre, London

Cast members Samuel Thomas, Jack Baldwin, Peter McGovern, Sam Fogell, Jean-Luke Worrell, Sarah Gage, Matt Hunt, Jenna Augen, Leonard Cook, Holly Sumpton, Samson Ajewole and Chris Leask. Photo: Kate Morley PR
Cast members Samuel Thomas, Jack Baldwin, Peter McGovern, Sam Fogell, Jean-Luke Worrell, Sarah Gage, Matt Hunt, Jenna Augen, Leonard Cook, Holly Sumpton, Samson Ajewole and Chris Leask. Photo: Kate Morley PR

Caterpillar press night, Theatre503, London

Back row: producer Michelle Barnette, stage manager Abi Toghill, director Yasmeen Arden, designer Holly Pigott and producer Jamie Arden. Front: cast members Judith Amsenga and Tricia Kelly, author Alison Carr, and Alan Mahon. Photo: Flavia Fraser-Cannon

Old Vic Theatre bicentenary celebration, London

Elizabeth Seal’s 85th birthday, Lyric Theatre, 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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