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In pictures (March 9): Ballet Black and Roundelay press nights, Don Juan in Soho rehearsals, and more

Adrian Scarborough and David Tennant in rehearsals for Don Juan In Soho. Photo: Helen Maybanks
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The latest press night parties, new shows in rehearsal, events and awards from the theatrical world in pictures. This week’s highlights include the first nights of Roundelay at Southwark Playhouse, Junkyard at Bristol Old Vic and The Hypocrite at Hull Truck Theatre, Good Dog at the Albany, the launch of Lucy Kerbel’s book All Change Please, the Stage Golfing Society elects a new captain and rehearsals for Don Juan in Soho with David Tennant…

Don Juan In Soho rehearsals, Wyndham’s Theatre, London

Roundelay gala night, Southwark Playhouse, London

Good Dog press night, the Albany Theatre, London

Cast member Anton Cross. Photo: Chloe Nelkin Consulting

The Hypocrite press night, Hull Truck Theatre

Stage Golfing Society elects a new captain, Richmond Golf Club

New captain journalist and broadcaster Philippa Kennedy (centre) with actors Dean Chisnall (left) and Dougray Scott

Junkyard press night, Bristol Old Vic

All Change book launch, National Theatre Studio, London

Ballet Black Triple Bill press night, Barbican Theatre, London

The cast and crew of Ballet Black. Photo: Barbican Centre/Rikky Onefeli

Launch of the 2017 Ageas Salisbury International Arts Festival, Salisbury Arts Centre

The festival staff. Photo: Adrian Harris Photography

Send photos for consideration, with complete captions (event, venue, names, job titles) and photographer credit to cath@thestage.co.uk

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