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Scene Around: August 18

Alexandra Burke and Craig Revel Horwood at the press night of Sister Act at Leicester Curve. Photo: Tom Wren
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The latest first night parties, events and awards from the theatrical world in pictures. This week’s highlights include the first nights for Sister Act and shows at the Camden Fringe, as well as out and about at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe…

Sister Act press night, Leicester Curve

Les Enfants Terribles visit Strawberry Hill Nursery, London

Consuming Passions opening, Stephen Joseph Theatre, Scarboruogh

CTRL+ALT+DELETE first night, Camden People’s Theatre, London (Camden Fringe)

Writer and performer Emma Packer
Writer and performer Emma Packer

Red Button first night, Lion and Unicorn, London (Camden Fringe)

The Scotsman Fringe First Awards

Pleasance and Waverley Care 25th anniversary celebration Carlton Hill, Edinburgh

Puddles Pity Party, Circus Cafe, Edinburgh

Alix in Wundergarten, Underbelly, Edinburgh

Pleasance Dome, Edinburgh

Comedians Russell Howard and Steve Williams. Photo: Heather Pasfield
Comedians Russell Howard and Steve Williams. Photo: Heather Pasfield

The Tap Pack, Assembly George Square, Edinburgh

Thomas Lacey (cast member) Jesse Rasmussen (creator)  and Thomas J Egan (creator) with young fans
Thomas Lacey (cast member) Jesse Rasmussen (creator) and Thomas J Egan (creator) with young fans

Zero, Underbelly Cowgate, Edinburgh

Gritty Theatres teams out and about, Edinburgh

Skin of Teeth and Labels, Pleasance Courtyard, Edinburgh

Mule, Gilded Balloon, Edinburgh

Writer and director Kat Woods with cast members Edith Poor and Aoife Lennon
Writer and director Kat Woods with cast members Edith Poor and Aoife Lennon

Swivelhead, Pleasance Courtyard, Edinburgh

The cast of Swivelhead. Photo: Jane Hobson
The cast of Swivelhead. Photo: Jane Hobson

Circa, Circus Lane, Edinburgh

Slaves of Sleep, The Space on the Mile, Edinburgh

The cast of Slaves of Sleep by oody Old Man Theatre Company
The cast of Slaves of Sleep by oody Old Man Theatre Company

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