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In pictures (September 6): Prince Harry and Lin-Manuel Miranda at Hamilton, Thriller Live celebrates Michael Jackson’s birthday and more

Lin-Manuel Miranda and Prince Harry at the Sentebale gala performance of Hamilton. Photo: Craig Sugden Lin-Manuel Miranda and Prince Harry at the Sentebale gala performance of Hamilton. Photo: Craig Sugden
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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 Abigail’s Party at Queen’s Theatre Hornchurch and There Is Nothin’ Like a DameLin-Manuel Miranda, Prince Harry and Meghan  visit the cast of Hamilton for a royal gala, Martin McDonagh visits the cast and crew of A Very Very Very Dark Matter at the Bridge Theatre and the Thriller Live cast celebrates the birthday of Michael Jackson

Prince Harry and Lin-Manuel Miranda at the royal gala performance of Hamilton

Abigail’s Party press night, Queen’s, Hornchurch

Cast members Christopher Staines, Susie Emmett, Melanie Gutteridge, Amy Downham and Liam Bergin. Photo: Gary Summers

Thriller Live cast celebrates Michael Jackson’s birthday

There Is Nothin’ Like a Dame, Cadogan Hall, London

Back row: Lucy Drever, Daisy Greenwood, Louise Dearman, Rachel Tucker, Alexia Khadime and Ria Jones. Front: Jamie Lambert and Eliza Jackson at Cadogan Hall. Photo: Kate Morley PR

A Very Very Very Dark Matter, Bridge Theatre, London

Back row: Anna Fleischle, Graeme Hawley, Ryan Pope, Jamie McKie, Matthew Dunster, Martin McDonagh, Lee Knight, Alice Selwyn, Paul Bradley and Anthony Taylor. Middle: Phil Daniels, Regan Garcia, Jim Broadbent, Johnetta Eula’Mae Ackles, Audrey Hayhurst, Elizabeth Berrington and Kundai Kanyama, Front: Noah Brignull, Austin Taylor, Leo Hart, Alistair Benson, James Roberts and Annabelle Westenholz-Smith. Photo: Eleanor Howarth

Asian Arts AwardDoubletree by Hilton Hotel, Edinburgh

Performer Anatoliy Ogay and producer/director Tatyana Kim with the award for their show OTOSOTR (On the Other Side of the River). Photo: Leo Paredes Photography

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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