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Moll Flanders

Production shots from the Mercury Theatre Colchester’s beautiful and wonderfully irreverent production of Moll Flanders.

The final show will be on Saturday.



Eugenius!

Production shots from the hugely entertaining Eugenius! at The Other Palace, which runs to 21 October.



Much Ado In London

Having toured cathedrals and trotted around the south of France, Antic Disposition’s highly entertaining production of Shakespeare’s Much Ado About Nothing comes to London, where it plays at the historic Gray’s Inn Hall to 1 September.

Production shots below.



Much Ado About Nothing

Publicity and production shots from Antic Disposition’s cathedral tour of Shakespeare’s Much Ado About Nothing.

The tour runs to 24 July before the production decamps to France.  It comes to London, at Gray’s Inn Hall, from 17 August.



School’s Out

Something different this time… Production shots from Milton Keynes theatre and dance school Arts1’s sixth form end-of-year showcase, which brought together performances from all different disciplines and a lot of very talented students.



Finishing the Picture

Production shots from Arthur Miller’s final play, Finishing the Picture, inspired by the filming of The Misfits and the decline of Marilyn Monroe.

The show runs at the Finborough to 7 July.



A Midsummer Night’s Dream

Production shots from the Watermill Theatre’s wonderfully lively production of Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream, which runs to 16 June.



Lock Up Your Daughters

Production shots from the London School of Musical Theatre’s Hogarth-inspired production of Lionel Bart’s Lock Up Your Daughters.

The show, which is at the Bridewell Theatre, closes tomorrow.



Titanic

Thom Southerland’s production of Maury Yeston and Peter Stone’s Titanic has set off on a long-overdue national tour (with additional stops in Dublin and Hamburg).  Production shots below.



A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum

Production shots from the LSMT’s terribly silly A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum, which closes tonight at the Bridewell Theatre.