1st Night Photos: Sheridan Smith & cast at Hedda Gabler party
Date: 13 September 2012
Hedda Gabler at the Old Vic Theatre, starring Sheridan Smith in the title role, opened to press last night (12 September 2012).
Also in the cast are Darrell D'Silva, Fenella Woolgar, Adrian Scarborough, Buffy Davis, Daniel Lapaine and Anne Reid.
First night guests at the after-party, which was held at Baltic in Southwark, also included actors Aidan McArdle, Celia Imrie, Fay Ripley, Tobias Menzies and Anna Friel, as well as director Anna Mackmin and chief executive of the Old Vic Sally Greene
Directed by Anna Mackmin, Hedda Gabler continues to 10 November 2012.
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PHOTOS BY DAN WOOLLER FOR WHATSONSTAGE.COM.
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