In pictures (October 12): Pegasus Opera, Liverpool Everyman, West Yorkshire Playhouse, Brian Blessed at Guildford Shakespeare Company 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 The Tin Drum at the Liverpool Everyman, Laika at the Unicorn and (The Fall of) The Master Builder press night, In Event of Moone Disaster at Theatre503, West Yorkshire Playhouse as well as Brian Blessed visiting Guildford Shakespeare Company, Lionel Blair unveiling a blue plaque for Alma Coogan, Pegasus Opera’s celebration concert, Stephen Joseph’s legacy being celebrated in Scarborough and more…
The Tin Drum press night, Liverpool Everyman Theatre
In Event of Moone Disaster press night, Theatre503, London
Stephen Joseph Legacy anniversary event, Scarborough
Pegasus Opera Company celebration concert, Actors Church, London
(The Fall of) The Master Builder press night, West Yorkshire Playhouse, Leeds
Brian Blessed visits rehearsals at Guildford Shakespeare Company headquarters
Alma Cogan plaque unveiling, Lansdowne Road, Worthing
Laika press night, Unicorn Theatre, London
Marie Curie volunteer’s 15 anniversary year celebrations
Sotheby’s dinner hosted by the Old Vic, London
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