In pictures (February 7): Leeds Playhouse, Duchess of Sussex at the National Theatre, Notre Dame de Paris, Offies 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 Kes at Leeds Playhouse, Ghost Girl at Camden People’s Theatre, The Ruffian on the Stair at Hope Theatre, Of Our Own Making at Tara Theatre, Notre Dame de Paris, Cuzco at Theatre503, as well as the Off West End Awards, the Duchess of Sussex visits the National Theatre, Showstopper’s 1000th performance, the Women Centre Stage Symposium and Blackpool Grand’s 125th-anniversary programme launch
Off West End Awards, Battersea Arts Centre, London
Of Our Own Making press night, Tara Theatre, London
Women Centre Stage Symposium, Hampstead Theatre, London
Ghost Girl opening night, Camden People’s Theatre, London
The Ruffian on the Stair press night, Hope Theatre, London
Cuzco press night, Theatre503, London
Notre Dame de Paris press night, London Coliseum
Blackpool Grand’s 125th-anniversary programme launch
Showstopper! The Improvised Musical 1000th performance, The Other Palace, London
My Dad’s Gap Year press night, Park Theatre, London
Theatre Royal Drury Lane historic stage machinery demonstration, London
Robsons visit Tring Park School for the Performing Arts
Patron, Duchess of Sussex visits National Theatre
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