In pictures (September 20): Six at the Arts Theatre, Barbican, Acting for Others, Kiln, NST Southampton 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 Six at the Arts Theatre, The Second Violinist and Blak Whyte and Gray at the Barbican, The Return of the Soldier at Hope Mill in Manchester, Maurice at Above the Stag, Road at Leeds Playhouse, Holy Shit at Kiln Theatre, The End of Eddy at the Unicorn, Steel at Sheffield Theatres, Women in Power at NST City, Southampton, Square Rounds at the Finborough and Eastern Star at Tara Theatre as well as Gecko’s Missing at the opening of Battersea Arts Centre, Rose Bruford’s graduation ceremony and the book launch of Alan Stafford’s It’s Friday, It’s Crackerjack!
Six after-show party, Hospital Club, London
Holy Shit press night, Kiln Theatre, London
Steel press night, Sheffield Theatres
Better Off Dead press night, Stephen Joseph Theatre, Scarborough
EM Forster’s Maurice press night at Above the Stag, London
Road press night, Leeds Playhouse
Cast member Josh Williams suspended over the Avon Gorge, Bristol, for Touching the Void
The Second Violinist and Blak Whyte and Gray press nights at the Barbican Theatre, London
Acting for Others new ambassadors party, Rules restaurant, London
It’s Friday, It’s Crackerjack! by Alan Stafford book launch, St Michael’s Centre, London
The End of Eddy press night, Unicorn Theatre, London
Square Rounds press night, Finborough Theatre, London
Women in Power press night, NST City, Southampton
The Return of the Soldier press night, Hope Mill Theatre, Manchester
Eastern Star press night, Tara Theatre, London
Battersea Arts Centre reopening/Gecko’s Missing press night, London
Rose Bruford graduation ceremony, London
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