What a Lady! Downton Abbey's Laura Carmichael commands attention in sweeping red lace dress at the Evening Standard Theatre Awards 2017
She first found fame as?Lady Edith Crawley on the ITV?period drama Downton Abbey.?
And Laura Carmichael stunned in an elegant floor-length crimson lace dress at the?Evening Standard Theatre Awards in London on Sunday night.
The 31-year-old actress looked super glamorous in the red gown with her golden blonde bob flowing in loose waves as she made an entrance at the Theatre Royal Drury Lane.?
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Crimson lady:?Laura Carmichael, 31, attends the Evening Standard Theatre Awards at the Theatre Royal Drury Lane in London on Sunday night in a long red lace dress with black heels
The TV starlet chose black ballet style stilettos, wrapped beautifully around her slender ankles.?
The natural beauty chose minimal make-up, just a touch of gold eye-shadow on her amber eyes and a brush of bronze powder with a touch of clear lip-gloss. ?
The talented star looked every inch the leading lady as she posed for the cameras outside the star-studded event. ?
Leading lady: The talented actress looked gorgeous in her red frock and ballet style black stilettos with minimal make-up and her dark blonde locks in loose waves
Evening Standard Theatre Awards?2017?- The Winners
Best Actor in partnership with Ambassador Theatre Group
Bertie Carvel - Ink, Almeida Theatre and Duke of York’s Theatre
Andrew Garfield - Angels In America, National Theatre (Lyttleton) WINNER
Andrew Scott - Hamlet, Almeida Theatre and Harold Pinter Theatre
Natasha Richardson Award for Best Actress in partnership with Christian Louboutin
Laura Donnelly - The Ferryman, Royal Court and Gielgud Theatre
Victoria Hamilton - Albion, Almeida Theatre
Glenda Jackson - King Lear, Old Vic Theatre WINNER
Milton Shulman Award for Best Director?
Dominic Cooke - Follies, National Theatre
Robert Icke - Hamlet, Almeida Theatre and Harold Pinter Theatre
Sam Mendes - The Ferryman, Royal Court and Gielgud Theatre?WINNER
Best Play In partnership with Hiscox, Official Arts Partner of the Evening Standard
The Children - Lucy Kirkwood, Royal Court
The Ferryman - Jez Butterworth, Royal Court and Gielgud Theatre WINNER
Ink - James Graham, Almeida Theatre and Duke of York’s Theatre
Oslo - J T Rogers, National Theatre and Harold Pinter Theatre
Jon Bausor - Bat Out Of Hell — The Musical, Coliseum
Bunny - Christie Heisenberg: The Uncertainty Principle, Wyndham’s Theatre/The Red Barn, National Theatre/ Ink, Almeida Theatre and Duke of York’s Theatre WINNER
Soutra Gilmour - Twelfth Night, National Theatre
Best Musical Performance?
Janie Dee - Follies, National Theatre
Robert Fairchild - An American In Paris, Dominion Theatre
Amber Riley - Dreamgirls, Savoy Theatre WINNER
Charles Wintour Award for Most Promising Playwright
Al Smith - Harrogate, High Tide Festival and Royal Court
Branden Jacobs-Jenkins - An Octoroon, Orange Tree Theatre WINNER
Katherine Soper - Wish List, Royal Exchange Manchester and Royal Court
Emerging Talent Award
Sheila Atim Girl - From The North Country, Old Vic Theatre
Tom Glynn-Carney - The Ferryman, Royal Court and Gielgud Theatre WINNER
Luke Thallon - Albion, Almeida Theatre?
Evening Standard Radio 2 Audience Award for Best Musical??
An American in Paris - The Dominion Theatre
Bat Out of Hell - The Coliseum WINNER
Dreamgirls - The Savoy Theatre
Follies - Olivier Theatre, National Theatre
School of Rock - New London Theatre
The Secret Diary of Adrian Mole Aged 13 ? The Musical - Menier Chocolate Factory, Southwark
She Loves Me -?Menier Chocolate Factory, Southwark
The Southampton born beauty has been busy working on various projects since?starring as Lady Edith.?
Laura has appeared in several films including indie comedy Burn Burn Burn and period drama A United Kingdom.?
The former redhead also proved her stage credentials in her West End debut in Uncle Vanya, opposite Anna Friel.?
Unlucky in love: The screen siren here as Lady Edith in Series 3, Episode 2 alongside Robert Bathurst as Sir Anthony Strallan, her love interest?
The hugely popular drama Downton Abbey may have ended almost two years ago, but film rumours continue to swirl and are yet to be either denied or confirmed.
Laura's co-star Michelle Dockery recently spoke of her desire for a movie version of the drama.?
She told Variety: “I’m hopeful that it would happen at some point, but that’s all I can tell you for now. We’ll see what happens.”
Beautiful bride: The talented star endures many romances and heartbreaks throughout the seasons of the popular ITV drama, Downton Abbey?
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