The Best Red Carpet Looks At The Theatre Awards

Last night saw a host of celebrities wow the red carpet in their best gowns at the 13th annual Theatre Awards Concert held at the Palace Theatre in Shaftesbury Avenue.

Hosted by British personalities, Rufus Hound and Mel Giedroyc, there were performances from former Spice Girl Mel C and Tim Minchin.

It wasn’t an all female affair, but the female guests dazzled the red carpet as they arrived at the the theatre awards last night. Here are the best looks:

Kimberley Walsh


Kimberley who currently plays Princess Fiona in the Shrek: The Musical looked stunning as she showed off her enviable pins in this scarlet heart-shaped bustier number teamed with some beige heels and a nude clutch.

Kara Tointon


Kara went all out from her less than glamorous role in Absent Friends as she looked elegantly fresh in this intricately detailed silver gown which showed off her tiny frame.

Mel C


Opting for a lengthy max-gown, Mel C popped in this ravishing red gown with a simple black clutch and her signature smoky eyes for an edgier feel.

Jennifer Ellison


This black lace number flatters Jennifer’s obvious curves leaving plenty to the imagination. Though we would’ve loved if she swapped the black clutch for a red or nude one to make her outfit stand out just a little more.

Danielle Hope


Danielle teamed her simple nude court heels with this midi-styled 50’s inspired dress adding a little glam to the night with a not-too revealing bust detailed area.Though we would’ve loved if Danielle added a brighter pink clutch bag to add that fresher touch to her awards look.

The winners are:

The DIGITAL THEATRE Best Actress in a Play – Sheridan Smith – Hedda Gabler at the Old Vic

The DIGITAL THEATRE Best Actor in a Play -Rupert Everett – The Judas Kiss at Hampstead

Best Supporting Actress in a Play – Natalie Casey – Abigail’s Party at the Menier Chocolate Factory & Wyndham’

Best Supporting Actor in a Play – Stephen Fry – Twelfth Night at Shakespeare’s Globe & the Apollo

The STAR Best Actress in a Musical – Imelda Staunton – Sweeney Todd at the Adelphi

The THEATRE TOKENS Best Actor in a Musical – Michael Ball – Sweeney Todd at the Adelphi

Best Supporting Actress in a Musical – Melanie C – Jesus Christ Superstar at the O2

The W&P LONGREACH Best Supporting Actor in a Musical – Tim Minchin – Jesus Christ Superstar at the O2

The JO HUTCHISON INTERNATIONAL Best Solo Performance – Idina Menzel – Idina Menzel at the Apollo

The IMAIL Best Ensemble Performance – Richard III & Twelfth Night – at Shakespeare’s Globe & the Apollo

Best Takeover in a Role – Ramin Karimloo – Les Misérables at the Queen’s

Best New Play – The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-time by Simon Stephens – at the National, Cottesloe

The TIME OUT Best New Comedy – The Ladykillers by Graham Linehan – at the Gielgud

Best New Musical – The Bodyguard by Alex Dinelaris – at the Adelphi

Best Play Revival –  Abigail’s Party – at the Menier Chocolate Factory & Wyndham’s

The RADISSON BLU EDWARDIAN Best Musical Revival – Sweeney Todd – at the Adelphi

Best Shakespearean Production – Twelfth Night – at Shakespeare’s Globe & the Apollo

The TOTALLY THEATRE PRODUCTIONS Best Director – Jonathan Kent – Sweeney Todd at the Adelphi

The FEAST Best Set Designer – Tom Scutt – The Lion, the Witch & the Wardrobe at Kensington Gardens & Constellations at the Royal Court Upstairs & Duke of York’s

The WHITE LIGHT Best Lighting Designer –  Mark Henderson – Sweeney Todd at the Adelphi

The made Best Choreographer –  Andrew Wright – Singin’ in the Rain at the Palace

The AUTOGRAPH Best Original Music – Sweet Smell of Success – Marvin Hamlisch at the Arcola

The DEWYNTERS London Newcomer of the Year – Will Young (actor) – Cabaret at the Savoy

The BOOM ENTS Best Off-West End Production – Taboo – at the Brixton Club House

The TICKETS.COM Best Regional Production – American Idiot – on tour

The EQUITY Best West End Show – Les Misérables – at the Queen’s

The AKA Theatre Event of the Year – Danny Boyle’s Olympics Opening Ceremony


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