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In pictures (August 3): Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, Gala for Grenfell, Coming Clean, Jermyn Street Theatre party

Rob Rinder and Anton Du Beke at Gala for Grenfell. Photo: Elliott Franks Rob Rinder and Anton Du Beke at Gala for Grenfell. Photo: Elliott Franks
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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 press nights of Cat on a Hot Tin Roof at Apollo Theatre, Coming Clean at the King’s Head and Gala for Grenfell at the Adelphi Theatre as well as the Jermyn Street Theatre party…

Cat on a Hot Tin Roof press night, Apollo Theatre

Cast members Sienna Miller and Jack O’Connell. Photo: Leon Puplett
Cast members Sienna Miller and Jack O’Connell. Photo: Leon Puplett

 

Coming Clean press night, King’s Head

Jermyn Street Theatre party, St James’ Church Piccadilly

An Injury, Ovalhouse, London

Cast and creatives, Christie DuBois, Will Bourdillon, Yusra Warsama, Alex Austin, Oliver Townsend, Khalid Abdalla, Julia Taudevin and Alex Swift. Photo: Flavia Fraser-Cannon
Cast and creatives, Christie DuBois, Will Bourdillon, Yusra Warsama, Alex Austin, Oliver Townsend, Khalid Abdalla, Julia Taudevin and Alex Swift. Photo: Flavia Fraser-Cannon

Treating Odette press night, Upstairs at the Gatehouse

Producer Katie Plews with cast members Red Gray, Jessica Boyde and Charlotte Peak at Upstairs at the Gatehouse, London
Producer Katie Plews with cast members Red Gray, Jessica Boyde and Charlotte Peak at Upstairs at the Gatehouse, London

LAMDA Graduation 2017, Olympia London

Graduating students from LAMDA with graduate Nikki Amuka-Bird, LAMDA principal Joanna Read, head of drama school Rodney Cottier and head of technical training Rob Young. Photo: Terry Smith 
Graduating students from LAMDA with graduate Nikki Amuka-Bird, LAMDA principal Joanna Read, head of drama school Rodney Cottier and head of technical training Rob Young. Photo: Terry Smith

I Loved Lucy, Arts Theatre, London

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