Helen Mirren took home the Best Actress award at last night's London Evening Standard Theatre Awards.
The renowned actress was honoured for her performance in Peter Morgan's The Audience, triumphing over fellow nominees Billie Piper (The Effect), Linda Bassett (Roots), Lesley Manville (Ghosts) and Kristin Scott Thomas (Old Times).
The Best Actor gong was jointly awarded to Rory Kinnear and Adrian Lester for their roles in Othello.
David Walliams won a special Award for Comedy for his role as Bottom in A Midsummer Night's Dream.
Top Hollywood star Kevin Spacey took home the Editor's Award for his contribution to British theatre.
The 59th annual London Evening Standard Theatre Awards took place at the Savoy Hotel, with Homeland's Damian Lewis presenting.
Helen McCrory and Damian Lewis
Laurence Fox and Billie Piper
Take a look at a list of this year's London Evening Standard Theatre Awards winners below:
Rory Kinnear - Othello, National (Olivier)
Adrian Lester - Othello, National (Olivier)
NATASHA RICHARDSON AWARD FOR BEST ACTRESS
Helen Mirren - The Audience, Gielgud
Chimerica - Lucy Kirkwood, Almeida & Harold Pinter
NED SHERRIN AWARD FOR BEST MUSICAL
Merrily We Roll Along - Menier Chocolate Factory & Harold Pinter
Richard Eyre - Ghosts, Almeida
Bob Crowley - People, National (Lyttelton) & The Audience, Gielgud & Once, Phoenix
CHARLES WINTOUR AWARD FOR MOST PROMISING PLAYWRIGHT
Rachel De-lahay - Routes, Royal Court
MILTON SHULMAN AWARD FOR OUTSTANDING NEWCOMER
Seth Numrich - Sweet Bird of Youth, Old Vic
BEST MUSICAL PERFORMANCE
Rosalie Craig - The Light Princess, National (Lyttelton)
EMERGING TALENT AWARD IN PARTNERSHIP WITH BURBERRY
Cush Jumbo - Josephine and I, Bush
AWARD FOR COMEDY
David Walliams - For his performance as Bottom in A Midsummer Night's Dream
BEYOND THEATRE AWARD
BBC Proms 2013
Kevin Spacey - For his contribution to British theatre
LEBEDEV SPECIAL AWARD
Lord Lloyd-Webber - For his contribution to musical theatre
LONDON EVENING STANDARD THEATRE ICON AWARD
Dame Maggie Smith - For her contribution to the world stage