Long-running musical Miss Saigon scooped a record-breaking nine honours at the WhatsOnStage Awards in London on Sunday (15Feb15).
The Tony Award-winning stage show, which returned to London's West End after a 15-year absence in 2014, won nine of its 12 nominations, sweeping all the acting prizes, including Best Actor and Actress in a Musical, for Jon Jon Briones and Eva Noblezada respectively.
The Vietnam War-set show also won prizes for Supporting Actor and Actress in a Musical, Best Direction, Best Choreography, Best Set Design, Best Musical Revival, and Best West End show.
Former Doctor Who co-stars David Tennant and Billie Piper shared the spotlight again as they took home other acting prizes - the former Time Lord beat Tom Hiddleston and Mark Strong for the Best Actor in a Play prize for his work in Richard Ii, and his ex-companion Piper triumphed over Gillian Anderson, Imelda Staunton and Helen MCCrory to win Best Actress in a Play for her work in the critically-acclaimed Great Britain.
Another big winner was Shakespearean tragedy Coriolanus, earning three prizes, including Best Play Revival, Lighting Design, and Best Supporting Actor for Mark Gatiss.
The Best New Play accolade was given to Shakespeare in Love, which is based on the 1998 Oscar-winning film, and the Best New Musical trophy was handed to Memphis the Musical.
The WhatsOnStage awards, which are voted by theater-goers, was held at the West End's Prince of Wales Theatre.