Former Doctor Who star Jenna, 37, looked ravishing in a cream woven gown which was tailored to perfection and hugged every inch of her jaw-dropping figure.
Her gorgeous frock boasted a high neck and gold clasps which dazzled under the lights as she strutted her stuff on the a-list red carpet.
Jenna forwent jewellery and let the outfit speak for itself opting instead for simple earrings and styled her glossy locks in a 1960s inspired flick.
Meanwhile Mission Impossible actress Hayley, 41, put on a very busty display in a plunging back dress with long and dramatic cape like sleeves.
The figure-hugging dress accentuated her curves and Hayley added a pop of colour to the ensemble with a pair of hot pink stiletto heels.
She added a little extra glamour with a selection of jewellery including a huge diamond ring, after becoming engaged to Ned Wolfgang Kelly earlier this year.
Zawe, 39, made her own very stylish arrival alongside fiancé and Loki star Tom Hiddleston, 42, with whom she welcomed a child in October 2022.
The beauty wore an eye-catching navy blue sequinned maxi dress for the occasion complete with elegant cape that also boasted silver embellishments on the neckline.
Elsewhere on the red carpet Ruth Wilson, 41, looked nothing short of sensational in a black sheer top with high-waisted skirt that teased a glimpse of her toned legs via a thigh-high split.
The actress slicked back her dark tresses into a chic chignon, adding extra height to her frame with platform heels and accessorising with a simple clutch.
Marvel star Tom didn’t disappoint and was suited and booted in a green double-breasted velvet tuxedo jacket which he layered over a crisp white shirt and black dickie bow.
He also donned a pair of smart black trousers and shiny dress shoes as he proudly cuddled up to stunning fiancée Zawe.
The Evening Standard Theatre Awards were established in 1955, making them the oldest theatrical awards ceremony in the UK.
They event, which is organised by The Evening Standard Newspaper, annually celebrate achievements in London Theatre and this year was hosted by Sir Ian McKellen and Sienna Miller.
Publisher Lord Lebedev said: ‘The Evening Standard is proud to celebrate the incredible creatives who, in such difficult times, have continued to dazzle on stage and create magic behind the scenes. The Evening Stand Awards are part of London’s heritage, and this year’s ceremony is shaping up to be one of our most special yet.’
While co-host Sienna told the publication: ‘I am delighted to be co-hosting this year’s Evening Standard Theatre Awards, an historic event that has long recognised the unique talents of the London stage.’
This year’s nominations include big names like Paul Mescal for his performance in A Streetcar Named Desire and Andrew Scott for Vanya.
Nicole Scherzinger is also in the running for Best Musical perfomance for her role in smash hit show Sunset Boulevard.
Nicole’s new role marks her return to the stage, eight years after she was nominated for an Olivier Award for her portrayal of Grizabella in Cats.
And her musical comeback has been heralded a success by Daily Mail reviewer Luke Jones who gave her a five star review.
It said: ‘The classically romantic score remains, melting over a slightly clunky plot about a reclusive, deluded silent movie star who ensnares a young writer called Joe, so he can polish her comeback screenplay. Over the course of two-and-a-half hours she loses her marbles, and he loses his life.
‘Director Jamie Lloyd, who’s been toiling at his stripped-back and moody style of revival for years, has finally hit the sweet spot. No lavish costumes, no intricate set. Just live camera work, a ferociously big star, and an even bigger band.
‘The lighting is almost exclusively bright white, which designer Jack Knowles harnesses in the most magical way. It pulsates, hides and reveals, using the thick stage mist.
‘Dominating the view, though, is an enormous screen, giving us haunting, live close-up shots of the actors in front of us… melodramatic glances, fluttering lashes and big bulbous tears. Scherzinger even delivers a pouty over-the-shoulder look right down the barrel.
Paapa Essiedu, The Effect, National Theatre
Mark Gatiss, The Motive and the Cue, National Theatre
Paul Mescal, A Streetcar Named Desire, Almeida Theatre
Andrew Scott, Vanya, Duke of York’s Theatre
Natasha Richardson Award for Best Actress in association with Mithridate
Patsy Ferran, A Streetcar Named Desire, Almeida Theatre
Sophie Okonedo, Medea, @sohoplace
Rachael Stirling, Private Lives, Donmar Warehouse
Anjana Vasan, A Streetcar Named Desire, Almeida Theatre
Dear England, James Graham, National Theatre
A Mirror, Sam Holcroft, Almeida Theatre
The Motive and the Cue, Jack Thorne, National Theatre
Retrograde, Ryan Calais Cameron, Kiln Theatre
Best Musical Performance
Kyle Ramar Freeman, A Strange Loop, Barbican Theatre
Nicole Scherzinger, Sunset Boulevard, Savoy Theatre
Charlie Stemp, Crazy For You, Gillian Lynne Theatre
Marisha Wallace, Guys & Dolls, Bridge Theatre
Guys & Dolls, Bridge Theatre
Standing at the Sky’s Edge, National Theatre/Sheffield Theatres
A Strange Loop, Barbican Theatre
Tammy Faye, Almeida Theatre
Charles Wintour Award for Most Promising Playwright
Matilda Feyisayo Ibini, Sleepova, Bush Theatre
Kimber Lee, untitled f*ck m*ss s**gon play, Young Vic Theatre
Anoushka Lucas, Elephant, Bush Theatre
Isley Lynn, The Swell, Orange Tree Theatre
Bunny Christie, Guys & Dolls, Bridge Theatre
Robert Jones, Dancing at Lughnasa, National Theatre
Georgia Lowe, The Good Person of Szechwan, Lyric Hammersmith/ETT/Sheffield Theatres
Tom Pye, My Neighbour Totoro, RSC/Barbican Theatre
Milton Shulman Award for Best Director
Rebecca Frecknall, A Streetcar Named Desire, Almeida Theatre
Rupert Goold, Dear England, National Theatre
Nicholas Hytner, Guys & Dolls, Bridge Theatre
Jamie Lloyd, Sunset Boulevard, Savoy Theatre
Andrew Richardson, Guys & Dolls, Bridge Theatre
Taylor Russell, The Effect, National Theatre
Tatenda Shamiso, NO-ID, Royal Court
Jack Wolfe, Next to Normal, Donmar Warehouse