Tom Felton cuts a dapper figure in a checked blazer as he attends the Critics’ Circle Theatre Awards

Tom Felton cuts a dapper figure in a checked blazer as he attends the Critics' Circle Theatre Awards 2
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Tom Felton cuts a dapper figure in a checked blazer and white shirt as he attends the Critics’ Circle Theatre Awards

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Tom Felton cut a dapper figure as he attended the 31st Annual Critics’ Circle Theatre Awards on Sunday night.

The Harry Potter star, 34, looked suave in a checked blazer as he posed up a storm at the ceremony held at the Ham Yard Hotel in London. 

The actor completed his night out ensemble with a crisp white shirt, matching trousers and a pair of polished shoes. 

Suave: Tom Felton cut a dapper figure as he attended the 31st Annual Critics' Circle Theatre Awards on Sunday night

Suave: Tom Felton cut a dapper figure as he attended the 31st Annual Critics’ Circle Theatre Awards on Sunday night

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At the event, Jessie Buckley was named the winner of the best actress category for her role in Cabaret.

The musical revival, directed by Rebecca Frecknall, and billed as Cabaret at the Kit Kat Club, emerged as the frontrunner.

The West End show, which has been running at London’s Playhouse Theatre since December 2021, won three awards in total, the highest tally of the evening, also picking up the best director gong for Frecknall and the best designer award for Tom Scutt.

Oscar nominee Jessie played Sally Bowles in the production alongside Eddie Redmayne as The Emcee, with their roles having now been taken over by Amy Lennox and Hawkeye star Fra Fee.

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Dapper: The Harry Potter star, 34, looked suave in a checked blazer as he posed up a storm at the ceremony held at the Ham Yard Hotel in London

Dapper: The Harry Potter star, 34, looked suave in a checked blazer as he posed up a storm at the ceremony held at the Ham Yard Hotel in London

Stylish: The actor completed his night out ensemble with a crisp white shirt, matching trousers and a pair of polished shoes

Stylish: The actor completed his night out ensemble with a crisp white shirt, matching trousers and a pair of polished shoes

Winner: At the event, Jessie Buckley was named the winner of the best actress category for her role in Cabaret (pictured at the Vanity Fair Oscar Party)

Winner: At the event, Jessie Buckley was named the winner of the best actress category for her role in Cabaret (pictured at the Vanity Fair Oscar Party)

Rupert Goold’s Spring Awakening won the best musical category, and cast member Stuart Thompson was named joint winner in the most promising newcomer category for his role as Moritz.

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He shared the award with Samuel Creasey, who played Malcolm Polstead in the theatre adaptation of Sir Philip Pullman’s novel The Book of Dust – La Belle Sauvage.

The best actor award went to The Crown star Ben Daniels for his role as writer and activist Ned Weeks in Dominic Cooke’s new staging of Larry Kramer’s The Normal Heart.

Kramer’s largely autobiographical play is set during the 1980s Aids crisis, and the UK cast for the production also included Silent Witness star Liz Carr and Poldark’s Luke Norris.

Fashionable: The musical revival, directed by Rebecca Frecknall, and billed as Cabaret at the Kit Kat Club, emerged as the frontrunner

Fashionable: The musical revival, directed by Rebecca Frecknall, and billed as Cabaret at the Kit Kat Club, emerged as the frontrunner

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Night out: The West End show, which has been running at London's Playhouse Theatre since December 2021, won three awards in total, the highest tally of the evening

Poser: Oscar nominee Jessie played Sally Bowles in the production alongside Eddie Redmayne as The Emcee

Night out: The West End show, which has been running at London’s Playhouse Theatre since December 2021, won three awards in total, the highest tally of the evening

All smiles: The best actor award went to The Crown star Ben Daniels (pictured) for his role as writer and activist Ned Weeks in Dominic Cooke's new staging of Larry Kramer's The Normal Heart

All smiles: The best actor award went to The Crown star Ben Daniels (pictured) for his role as writer and activist Ned Weeks in Dominic Cooke’s new staging of Larry Kramer’s The Normal Heart

Handsome: Kramer's largely autobiographical play is set during the 1980s Aids crisis, and the UK cast for the production also included Silent Witness star Liz Carr and Poldark's Luke Norris

Handsome: Kramer’s largely autobiographical play is set during the 1980s Aids crisis, and the UK cast for the production also included Silent Witness star Liz Carr and Poldark’s Luke Norris

Theatre: The Critics' Circle Theatre awards were founded in 1989 and are run by the drama section of The Critics' Circle (Tom pictured with Lizzie Annis)

Theatre: The Critics’ Circle Theatre awards were founded in 1989 and are run by the drama section of The Critics’ Circle (Tom pictured with Lizzie Annis)

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Best-selling novelist Zadie Smith was named joint winner of the most promising playwright award alongside Igor Memic.

Smith was honoured for her debut play, The Wife Of Willesden, which was adapted from Chaucer’s The Wife Of Bath’s Tale, with Memic honoured for debut drama Old Bridge, which draws upon “personal history in its depiction of war-torn Bosnia”.

The Good Wife star Cush Jumbo won the award for best Shakespearean performance for Hamlet.

The ceremony comes ahead of 2022 Olivier Theatre Awards, being held on April 10 at the Royal Albert Hall, where stars like Jumbo, Buckley and Daniels are also nominated.

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The Critics’ Circle Theatre awards were founded in 1989 and are run by the drama section of The Critics’ Circle.

The Critics’ Circle Theatre awards 2022 winners 

Best New Play (The Michael Billington Award) – Best of Enemies 

Best Musical (The Peter Hepple Award) – Spring Awakening 

Best Actor – Ben Daniels (The Normal Heart)

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Best Actress – Jessie Buckley (The Cabaret)   

Best Shakespearean Performance (The Trewin Award) – Cush Jumbo (Hamlet) 

Best Director – Rebecca Frecknall (The Cabaret)

Best Designer – Tom Scutt (The Cabaret) 

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Most Promising Playwright – Zadie Smith (The Wife of Willesden) & Igor Memic (Old Bridge)  

Most Promising Newcomer (The Jack Tinker Award) – Stuart Thompson (Spring Awakening) & Samuel Creasy (The Book of Dust: La Belle Sauvage)

Commendations for Exceptional Theatre Making During Lockdown – National Theatre, Jermyn Street Theatre, Original Theatre Company, Old Vic & Nica Burns  

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