Playing an absolute (Peaky) Blinder! Helen McCrory parades her age-defying figure in flamboyant satin jumpsuit at the Evening Standard Theatre Awards 2017

She left viewers horrified when her character Aunt Polly betrayed Thomas Shelby in an explosive episode twist in the fourth series of Peaky Blinders.

And Helen McCrory was impossible to miss at the Theatre Royal Drury Lane for the London Evening Standard Theatre Awards 2017 on Sunday.

The Peaky Blinders star, 49, made a theatrical appearance in her?flamboyant bright jumpsuit, parading her slender physique.

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What a parade!?Peaky Blinders star Helen McCrory, 49, flaunted her age-defying figure in flamboyant jumpsuit at the Evening Standard Theatre Awards 2017 in London on Sunday

What a parade!?Peaky Blinders star Helen McCrory, 49, flaunted her age-defying figure in flamboyant jumpsuit at the Evening Standard Theatre Awards 2017 in London on Sunday

Courting attention for her vivid one-piece, the Paddington born beauty beamed brightly as she showcased the jumpsuit, featuring a delicate frayed edge and billowing sleeves for a dramatic effect.

Highlighting her tiny figure, the actress brought the ostentatious garment in at the waist with a kooky rope belt which was tied in an eye-catching knot.

The James Bond Skyfall star looked youthful, bringing out her rosy cheeks and glowing complexion with deftly touches of make-up.

Keen to keep all eyes on her quirky ensemble, the British beauty opted for simple golden hoops to accessorise.?

Age-defying: Highlighting her tiny figure, the actress brought the ostentatious garment in at the waist with a kooky rope belt which was tied in an eye-catching knot

Age-defying: Highlighting her tiny figure, the actress brought the ostentatious garment in at the waist with a kooky rope belt which was tied in an eye-catching knot

In recent weeks, the fourth season of Peaky Blinders has left viewers at home on the edge of their seats with its killer final scenes.

But the plot twist of episode three left fans reeling with full-on horror as Aunt Polly appeared to betray Thomas Shelby (Cillian Murphy).

Polly made vendetta-driven mobster Luca Changretta (Adrien Brody) a deal in the explosive finale, offering up Tommy's life in exchange for the safety of the rest of the family.

?Courting attention: The Paddington born beauty beamed brightly as she showcased the garment featuring a delicate frayed edge and billowing sleeves for a dramatic effect

?Courting attention: The Paddington born beauty beamed brightly as she showcased the garment featuring a delicate frayed edge and billowing sleeves for a dramatic effect

In heart-racing scenes, Polly met up with Luca at the bar and promised to sacrifice Tommy in exchange for the lives of Michael, Arthur and Finn.

She drawled: 'Arthur tries... Tommy's different. You take Tommy - spare the rest.'

Luca replied smiling: 'You know, my mother used to say this about you: She said: "You know, that Polly, that child never lets go of a grievance.'?

She's stunning:?The James Bond Skyfall star looked youthful, bringing out her rosy cheeks and glowing complexion with deftly touches of make-up

She's stunning:?The James Bond Skyfall star looked youthful, bringing out her rosy cheeks and glowing complexion with deftly touches of make-up

The don was told that the mother of the young boy Arthur killed in the boxing ring in series two is willing to help him kill Tommy.??

During the exchange, it also emerged that the Shelbys and the Changrettas have a shared history - as Polly's mother knew Luca's mother, who Tommy wanted dead.?

She was spared by John and Arthur when they were younger, but Luca pointed out that Tommy's 'ruthlessness was justified' as his mother gave him key knowledge on the Shelby family.

Nail-biting:?the plot twist of episode three left fans reeling with full-on horror on Wednesday night, as Aunt Polly (Helen) appeared to betray Thomas Shelby (Cillian Murphy)

Nail-biting:?the plot twist of episode three left fans reeling with full-on horror on Wednesday night, as Aunt Polly (Helen) appeared to betray Thomas Shelby (Cillian Murphy)

Eye-opening:?During the exchange, it also emerged that the Shelbys and the Changrettas have a shared history - as Polly's mother knew Luca's mother, who Tommy wanted dead

Eye-opening:?During the exchange, it also emerged that the Shelbys and the Changrettas have a shared history - as Polly's mother knew Luca's mother, who Tommy wanted dead

Polly's betrayal could be planning to set Luca up, especially as she was integral in?getting the don and his mobsters onto Aberama Gold's (Aidan Gillen) radar.

However, a subtle closing line 'I don't dance anymore' / 'That's a shame...because you're dancing with me') hinted that Luca might know what she was up to.

Peaky Blinders continues next Wednesday (December 6) at 9pm on BBC Two.

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

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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

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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

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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

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Best Design

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

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Best Musical Performance?

Janie Dee - Follies, National Theatre

Robert Fairchild - An American In Paris, Dominion Theatre

Amber Riley - Dreamgirls, Savoy Theatre WINNER

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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

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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?

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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

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