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Preparing the cloak worn by Derek Jacobi as Prospero in our 1982 production of The Tempest.
A rosebud detail on a dress from Into the Wild, which opens on Saturday 20 February.
The distinctive red T-shirt worn by actor David Tennant as Hamlet in our 2008 production.
Photo by Gina Print
Our Head of Costume Alistair McArthur dresses a mannequin in an unusual item of costume.
Staff from our Exhibitions department prepare a blue velvet jacket for Into the Wild.
Our Exhibitions team prepares the costumes for Into the Wild, including this red and green jacket, worn by David Tennant in As You Like It in 1996.
This military jacket, which originally appeared in a production of The Winter's Tale, is one of the items that will go on show when our exhibition opens on 20 April.
Associate Designer Tom Piper, wearing protective gloves, to protect the delicate items which will be on show in our costume exhibition from damage.
Our Head of Costume, Alistair McArthur, prepares one of the mannequins for our Into the Wild exhibition of costumes from our Collection.
Preparations are underway to open our Into the Wild exhibition of rarely displayed costumes on Saturday 20 April. Here are the mannequins set out in one of our rehearsal rooms, ready to be dressed with costumes worn by some of our most famous actors.
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