Happy Valley actress Katherine Kelly and Kaiser Chiefs frontman Ricky Wilson were among the stars who took their place on the purple carpet for the glitzy opening night of Disney's Aladdin.
Cynthia Erivo, the British actress who is the toast of Broadway after winning a Tony Award, also posed for the press at London's Prince Edward Theatre on Wednesday.
The 29-year-old from south London was named best actress in a musical at the Sunday ceremony in New York City which honours theatrical productions.
Cynthia has been lauded for her stage portrayal of Celie Johnson, the role that won Whoopi Goldberg acclaim in Steven Spielberg's 1985 movie.
Aladdin, the lavish musical based on the classic Academy Award-winning animated film, stars Britain's Got Talent semi-finalist Dean John-Wilson in the title role.
Jade Ewen of Sugababes fame is playing Princess Jasmine while Broadway cast member Trevor Dion Nicholas makes his London stage debut as Genie.
See some of the stars who attended the big night.
Tom and Giovanna Fletcher
The McFly musician and his wife enjoyed a night out.
The TV and radio personality is the lady in red.
Christopher Biggins and Neil Sinclair
Where there's a stage, there's Biggins who is pictured with his long-term partner.
The Scottish radio and television presenter always looks good.
A big occasion is elementary for the Sherlock star.
Soap fans will remember her role as Amira Masood in EastEnders.
The rocker turned on the style for Aladdin.
The comedian took some time to meet fans.