Fleabag star Andrew Scott and singer Florence Welch led the glittering arrivals at the Evening Standard’s Theatre Awards.
They were among a star-studded guest list at the London Coliseum on Sunday night.
Welch, 33, showed of her famously bohemian style in an olive green gown.
The singer – the driving force behind the band Florence And The Machine – accessorised her outfit with a shell clutch bag.
Scott looked smart in a dark velvet blazer as he arrived on the carpet.
The Irish actor, 43, has enjoyed success for his role as “the hot priest” in Phoebe Waller-Bridge’s TV comedy.
Model and actress Poppy Delevingne, elder sister of catwalk star Cara, impressed in a glittering semi-sheer evening gown.
She posed with her husband James Cook.
Actress Ellie Bamber, 22, wore a cream dress with green sequins with feathered detail.
The Les Miserables star is believed to have split from Bodyguard actor Richard Madden earlier this year.
His Dark Materials star Anne-Marie Duff, 49, also walked the carpet, opting for an orange halter-neck gown.
Former Strictly Come Dancing contestant Viscountess Emma Weymouth arrived on the carpet in a shimmering red strapless gown.
Her Strictly journey ended earlier this month when she was voted off the BBC One show following a dance-off against BBC Breakfast presenter Mike Bushell.
The star-studded guest list also included Immy Waterhouse, Gugu Mbatha-Raw, model Jack Guinness and Sir Ian McKellen.
The evening was co-hosted by Vogue editor-in-chief Dame Anna Wintour, Cush Jumbo and husband-and-wife duo Damian Lewis and Helen McCrory.