A Night of Glamour
The 67th Evening Standard Theatre Awards witnessed a dazzling display of glamour as stars like Jenna Coleman, Hayley Atwell, Zawe Ashton, and Ruth Wilson graced London’s prestigious Claridge’s Hotel on Sunday. The red carpet affair showcased a blend of fashion sophistication and star power.
Jenna Coleman’s Radiance
Former Doctor Who star Jenna Coleman, aged 37, stole the spotlight in a cream woven gown that showcased impeccable tailoring, accentuating her jaw-dropping figure.
The high-necked gown with gold clasps added a touch of elegance, and Jenna opted for simplicity, letting the outfit shine with minimal jewelry. Her glossy locks, styled in a 1960s-inspired flick, completed the ravishing look.
Hayley Atwell’s Bold Ensemble
Mission Impossible actress Hayley Atwell, 41, made a bold entrance in a plunging back dress featuring dramatic cape-like sleeves.
The figure-hugging dress emphasized her curves, while hot pink stiletto heels added a vibrant touch to the ensemble, creating a striking visual impact on the red carpet.
Zawe Ashton’s Stylish Arrival
Zawe Ashton, 39, accompanied by fiancé and Loki star Tom Hiddleston, turned heads in a navy blue sequined maxi dress.
The elegant cape with sparkling silver floral applique complemented her stylish look, making a statement as they arrived at the event. Zawe and Tom welcomed a child in October 2022.
Ruth Wilson’s Sensational Look
Ruth Wilson, 41, exuded sensuality in a black sheer top paired with a high-waisted skirt featuring a thigh-high split.
The ensemble teased a glimpse of her toned legs, and she elevated the look with a chic chignon, platform heels, and a simple clutch, creating an overall sensational appearance on the red carpet.
Tom Hiddleston’s Dapper Style
Tom Hiddleston, 42, known for his role in Marvel, didn’t disappoint with his green double-breasted velvet tuxedo jacket.
Suited and booted, he layered it over a crisp white shirt and a black dickie bow, adding a touch of sophistication to the star-studded event.
Celebrating Theatre Excellence
The Evening Standard Theatre Awards, established in 1955, hold the distinction of being the oldest theatrical awards ceremony in the UK.
Organized by The Evening Standard Newspaper, the annual event recognizes and celebrates outstanding achievements in London Theatre.