Rita Ora takes centre stage with bold pink gown emblazoned with feathers

It’s a glittering red carpet event attended by leading ladies such as Jenna Coleman and Claire Foy.

And pop princess Rita Ora joined the stars as they descended upon the Evening Standard Theatre Awards at the Theatre Royal in central London, on Sunday evening.

Rita, 27, ensured she took centre stage in her pale pink slip bodycon dress, featuring a dramatic feathered collar. 

Ruffling feathers: Pop princess Rita Ora joined the stars as they descended upon the Evening Standard Theatre Awards show at the Theatre Royal in central London, on Sunday evening

Ruffling feathers: Pop princess Rita Ora joined the stars as they descended upon the Evening Standard Theatre Awards show at the Theatre Royal in central London, on Sunday evening

Ruffling feathers: Pop princess Rita Ora joined the stars as they descended upon the Evening Standard Theatre Awards show at the Theatre Royal in central London, on Sunday evening

Showcasing her slender frame, Rita’s attire detailed matching statement feathers running down the bodice and her hips.

The singer ensured she brought high drama to the event in the stunning satin gown, complete with floor-skimming train. 

She wore her icy blonde locks pulled back in a bun and matched her rosy make-up to the blush gown for added glamour.

Wow! Rita, 27, ensured she took centre stage in her pale pink slip bodycon dress, featuring a dramatic feathered collar

Wow! Rita, 27, ensured she took centre stage in her pale pink slip bodycon dress, featuring a dramatic feathered collar

Wow! Rita, 27, ensured she took centre stage in her pale pink slip bodycon dress, featuring a dramatic feathered collar

Pretty in pink! Showcasing her slender frame, Rita's attire detailed matching statement feathers running down the bodice and her hips

Pretty in pink! Showcasing her slender frame, Rita's attire detailed matching statement feathers running down the bodice and her hips

Pretty in pink! Showcasing her slender frame, Rita’s attire detailed matching statement feathers running down the bodice and her hips 

Drama queen: The singer ensured she brought high drama to the event in the satin gown

Drama queen: The singer ensured she brought high drama to the event in the satin gown

Drama queen: The singer ensured she brought high drama to the event in the satin gown

Radiant: Rita wore her icy blonde locks pulled back in a bun and matched her rosy make-up to the blush gown for added glamour

Radiant: Rita wore her icy blonde locks pulled back in a bun and matched her rosy make-up to the blush gown for added glamour

Radiant: Rita wore her icy blonde locks pulled back in a bun and matched her rosy make-up to the blush gown for added glamour

The 64th annual awards show boasted an A-list guest list, with the likes of Sir Ian McKellan, Andrew Garfield and Ralph Fiennes showing up. 

Patti LuPone, Letitia Wright, Paapa Essiedu and Stella McCartney will also be at hand to present prizes during the ceremony. 

Claire Foy, Idris Elba and Evgeny Lebedev, the paper’s owner, will be the main hosts of the ceremony, alongside fashionista Anna Wintour, whose father once edited the Evening Standard. 

Power pose: Showcasing her slender frame, Rita’s attire detailed matching statement feathers running down the bodice and her hips

So glamorous: The pop sensation pulled out all the stops to make sure all eyes were on her

Working those angles: The songstress oozed elegance when working the red carpet event

Working those angles: The songstress oozed elegance when working the red carpet event

Working those angles: The songstress oozed elegance when working the red carpet event

Lebedev said: ‘The Evening Standard Theatre Awards have recognised London’s best theatre talent since 1955.

‘London is unique in the range, vibrancy and global reach of its theatre. Every playwright, director and actor should be proud to contribute to such a proud heritage.’

The National Theatre is expected to be heavily rewarded on the night, leading the way with 14 nods.

On point: Rita matched her makeup to her gown with soft pink eyeshadow and lipstick

Diamonds are a girl's best friend: Rita sported bright studded earrings to complete her outfit

Diamonds are a girl's best friend: Rita sported bright studded earrings to complete her outfit

Diamonds are a girl’s best friend: Rita sported bright studded earrings to complete her outfit

All the laughs: Rita couldn’t resist one last pose for the waiting photographers

Arrivals: The pop princess looked to be in high spirits ahead of her red carpet appearance

Arrivals: The pop princess looked to be in high spirits ahead of her red carpet appearance

Arrivals: The pop princess looked to be in high spirits ahead of her red carpet appearance

Bryan Cranston (Network), Ralph Fiennes (Antony and Cleopatra) and Colin Morgan (Translations) are all shortlisted for the Best Actor Award, in partnership with ATG, for their performances at the venue.

Marianne Elliott’s revival of Company and Matthew Lopez’s The Inheritance also look set to be big winners, having been nominated in several categories.

Laura Linney (My Name Is Lucy Barton) and Carey Mulligan (Girls & Boys) will compete for the Natasha Richardson Award for Best Actress, given in partnership with Christian Louboutin.

Sophie Okonedo (Antony & Cleopatra), Cecilia Noble (Nine Night) and Lia Williams (The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie) complete the shortlist .

Glitz and glam: Rita opted for a sparkly bright pink bracelet to add to her glamorous attire

Glitz and glam: Rita opted for a sparkly bright pink bracelet to add to her glamorous attire

Glitz and glam: Rita opted for a sparkly bright pink bracelet to add to her glamorous attire

Evening Standard Theatre Awards 2018 – Winners

 Best actor

Bryan Cranston for Network at the National Theatre

Ralph Fiennes for Antony and Cleopatra at the National Theatre – WINNER

Ian McKellen for King Lear at the Duke of York’s

Colin Morgan for Translations at the National Theatre

Kyle Soller for The Inheritance at the Young Vic and Noel Coward Theatre

Best actress

Laura Linney for My Name Is Lucy Barton at the Bridge Theatre

Carey Mulligan for Girls and Boys at the Royal Court

Cecilia Noble for Nine Night at the National Theatre

Sophie Okonedo for Antony and Cleopatra at the National Theatre – WINNER

Lia Williams for The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie at the Donmar Warehouse

Best director

Stephen Daldry for The Inheritance

Marianne Elliott for Company at the Gielgud Theatre – WINNER 

Robert Hastie for The York Realist at the Donmar Warehouse

Phyllida Lloyd for Tina: The Tina Turner Musical at the Aldwych Theatre

Ian Rickson for Translations at the National Theatre

Best play

Home, I’m Darling by Laura Wade, at the National Theatre

The Inheritance by Matthew Lopez, at the Young Vic and Noel Coward Theatre – WINNER 

John by Annie Baker at the National Theatre

The Lehman Trilogy by Stefano Massini, adapted by Ben Power, at the National Theatre

The Writer by Ella Hickson at the Almeida Theatre 

Best musical

Caroline, or Change at Hampstead Theatre

Company at the Gielgud Theatre  -WINNER 

Everybody’s Talking About Jamie at the Apollo Theatre

Fun Home at the Young Vic Theatre

Hamilton at the Victoria Palace Theatre

Best musical performance

Sharon D Clarke for Caroline, Or Change at Hampstead Theatre

Rosalie Craig for Company at the Gielgud Theatre – WINNER

Arinze Kene for Misty at the Bush Theatre and Trafalgar Studios

Kelli O’Hara for The King and I at the London Palladium

Adrienne Warren for Tina: The Tina Turner Musical at the Aldwych Theatre 

Best design

Miriam Buether for The Jungle at the Young Vic and the Playhouse Theatre – WINNER

Bunny Christie for Company at the Gielgud Theatre

Es Devlin for Girls and Boys at the Royal Court Theatre

Rae Smith for Translations at the National Theatre

Jan Versweyveld for Network at the National Theatre

Most promising playwright

Tearrance Arvelle Chisholm for Br’er Cotton at Theatre503

Natasha Gordon for Nine Night at the National Theatre – WINNER

Francis Turnly for The Great Wave at the National Theatre

Emerging talent award

Rona Morison for The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie at the Donmar Warehouse

Debris Stevenson for Poet in da Corner at the Royal Court

Chris Walley for The Lieutenant of Inishmore at the Noel Coward Theatre

Roy Alexander Weise for Nine Night at the National Theatre and Br’er Cotton at Theatre503

Jamael Westman for Hamilton at the Victoria Palace Theatre – WINNER

 

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