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In pictures (January 17): Pinter Five and Six, In Lipstick, Crimes on the Nile in Bath and more

Pinter Five and Six cast members Luke Thallon, Nicholas Woodeson, Jane Horrocks, Emma Naomi, Colin McFarlane and Rupert Graves. Photo: Darren Bell
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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 Pinter Five and Six at the Harold Pinter Theatre, In Lipstick at the Pleasance Theatre in London, Crimes on the Nile at the Ustinov Studio in Bath and Songs For Nobodies at the Ambassadors Theatre

Pinter Five and Six press night, Harold Pinter Theatre, London

Crimes on the Nile press night, Ustinov Studio, Bath

Fred Riding (sound), Lara Lawman (AD), Guy Hughes (composer, back), James Farrell (director), George Seal (lighting), Heather Westwell (cast/producer), Becky Vowles (production manager), Lloyd Evans (chief studio technician), Kirsty Cox (cast), Feargus Woods Dunlop (writer) and Fergus Leathem (cast)

Songs for Nobodies press night, Ambassadors Theatre, London

Producer Garry McQuinn, cast member Bernadette Robinson and producer Allan Scott at the Ambassadors Theatre, London. Photo: Kate Morley PR

Peter Pan cast visit The Bear Grylls Adventure, Birmingham

Imogen Brooke, Cassie Compton, Jaymi Hensley and Kellie Gnauck from the Hippodrome in Birmingham. Photo: Joe Bailey

In Lipstick press night, Pleasance Theatre, London

Cast members James Doherty, Alice Sykes and Caroline Faber. Photo: Kate Morley PR

West Ham players visit Stratford Circus Arts, London

Staff members Lucia Yandoli, Tom Newton, West Ham mascots Hammerhead and Bubbles the Bear, Becca Pratt (staff), West Ham United players Robert Snodgrass and Aaron Cresswell, artistic director Tania Wilmer and Leyon Stolz-Hunter (staff) at the Full Hearts Full Tummies event. Photo: courtsey of West Ham United

Bat Out of Hell gala, Dominion Theatre, London

Prince Harry (centre) on stage with producer Julian Stoneman (right) and the cast at the fundraiser for the Invictus Games Foundation

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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