In pictures (May 11): Alan Bates and Mousetrap awards, West Yorkshire Playhouse, Trafalgar Studios, Jermyn Street, Park Theatre and more
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 The Graduate at West Yorkshire Playhouse, Pete ‘n’ Keely at Tristan Bates, Out There on Fried Meat Ridge Road at Trafalgar Studios, All Our Children at Jermyn Street Theatre, Miriam Margolyes in Madame Rubenstein at the Park Theatre as well as the Alan Bates Award…
Mousetrap Theatre Projects Award, Charing Cross Theatre, London
The Graduate press night, West Yorkshire Playhouse, Leeds
Alan Bates Award, Actors Centre, London
All Our Children press night, Jermyn Street Theatre, London
Becoming Mohammed press night, Pleasance Theatre, London
Guildford Shakespeare Company win charity of the year award
Ivy Leaf Club charity gala, Whittlesey, Peterborough
Madame Rubinstein press night, Park Theatre, London
Out There on Fried Meat Ridge Road press night, Trafalgar Studios, London
Pete ‘n’ Keely press night, Tristan Bates Theatre, London
Alec Mc Cowen’s memorial service drinks, Sophie’s Steak House Covent Garden, London
Arts Theatre’s 90th birthday
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