In pictures (October 26): Almeida Theatre, Tobacco Factory, Guildford Shakespeare, Tron, War Horse, Act for Change 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 opening nights of Albion the London’s Almeida, Waiting for Godot at the Tobacco Factory in Bristol, Dracula at Sutton House, London, Guildford Shakespeare Company’s The Legend of King Arthur, Brothers Karamazov at Glasgow’s Tron as well as the Act for Change Conference, Theatres Trust Conference and Sunday at The Spot Entertainment and Conference Centre in Derby…
Dracula press night, Sutton House, London
The Legend of King Arthur, Guildford Shakespeare Company
Waiting for Godot press night, Tobacco Factory Theatres, Bristol
War Horse tour press night, Marlowe Theatre, Canterbury
Act for Change/The Stage Widening the Lens debate, National Theatre, London
Brothers Karamazov press night, Tron Theatre, Glasgow
Carl Alan Lifetime Achievement Award, The Paradise Rooms, Blackpool
Theatres Trust Conference, Lyric Hammersmith, London
Derby and Nottingham Music Hall luncheon, the Spot Entertainment and Conference Centre, Derby
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