» Theatre Awards Winners: Gillian Anderson & Tom Hiddleston Win Big
Theatre Awards Winners: Gillian Anderson & Tom Hiddleston Win Big
Gillian Anderson and Tom Hiddleston were the big winners at the Evening Standard Theatre Awards, picking up the coveted acting trophies at the annual prize-giving event. Anderson fought off competition from Kristin Scott Thomas and Billie Piper to take home the Natasha Richardson Award for her performance in the Young Vic's 'A Streetcar Named Desire', while 'Thor' star Hiddleston picked up the Best Actor award for 'Coriolanus at the Donmar Warehouse'.
Director Jeremy Herrin was named the winner of the Milton Shulman Award for his productions of 'Wolf Hall' and 'Bring Up the Bodies', while Best Play went to 'The James Plays', Skylight won the prize for Revival of the Year and The Scottsboro Boys won Best Musical. Among the night's special awards, playwright Tom Stoppard picked up the Lebedev Award and singer/songwriter Kate Bush was named the recipient of the 2014 Editor's Award.
The ceremony at the London Palladium was a star-studded event - David and Victoria Beckham, Naomi Campbell, Benedict Cumberbatch, Ian MCKellen and Dame Helen Mirren were in attendance. Benedict Cumberbatch made his second public appearance with fiance, Sophie Hunter at the red carpet of Standard Theatre Awards. Sophie is a theatre and opera director.
Surprising everyone was David Beckham who too hit the red carpet of Standard Theatre Awards in London a day after the car crash shook the player. The handsome former England Captain posed with his sexy wife, Victoria Beckham as the couple gathered all the cameras dressed in black.