David Tennant has won an award for the RSC production of Hamlet in which he starred.
His return to the stage was named the Theatre Event of the Year at the Theatregoers' Choice Awards this evening.
The play, which was staged in Stratford-upon-Avon then London, also won the Best Regional Production gong. The London dates - at The Novello Theatre - did not qualify for the awards, though, which were voted for by 35,000 people.
The ceremony, held at the Prince of Wales Theatre in London, was co-hosted by Sheridan Smith, who plays companion Lucie Miller in the Big Finish audio dramas.
In addition, Under The Blue Sky, which co-starred Catherine Tate and ran at the Duke of York's Theatre in London's West End, won the Best New Play award.
Tennant had to miss some of the London run of Hamlet because of a back injury but was able to return before it ended.