Gillian Anderson looks radiant in floral gown as she wins Best Actress at theatre awards
Gillian Anderson at the Evening Standard Theatre Awards
The 46-year-old star not only won the Best Actress award for her performance in the Young Vic’s A Streetcar Named Desire, but also looked radiant as she did so.
Arriving at the London Palladium wearing a black and yellow floral print gown, Gillian was more than happy to pose for photos on the red carpet.
Her strapless dress featured tiny yellow flowers and a striped skirt and looked incredible against her porcelain complexion.
She teamed the glamorous gown with a small black clutch bag, statement earrings and wore her hair up in a chic bun.
The US actress looked stunning in a black and yellow strapless gown
Gillian beat off competition from the likes of Kristin Scott Thomas and Billie Piper to win the Natasha Richardson Award.
The ceremony, which was presented by Steve Coogan and Rob Brydon, also saw Tom Hiddleston win Best Actor for his performance in Coriolanus at the Donmar Warehouse, beating Ben Miles and Mark Strong.
Jeremy Herrin was awarded the Milton Shulman Award for best director for his productions of Wolf Hall and Bring Up the Bodies, while the award for best play went to The James Plays, Skylight won revival of the year, The Scottsboro Boys won best musical and best design went to Es Devlin.
Gillian won the Natasha Richardson Award for Best Actress
Four special awards were also presented during the gala evening. These were: the Lebedev Award to Sir Tom Stoppard; the Editor’s Award which went to Kate Bush; Beyond Theatre: Here Lies Love – for pushing the boundaries of the musical and the revival of the year award to Skylight.
The awards, now in their 60th year, were co-hosted by Evening Standard owner Evgeny Lebedev, Burberry chief executive Christopher Bailey and American Vogue editor Anna Wintour.
Attendees included David and Victoria Beckham, Sienna Miller and Eddie Redmayne.