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Mirren, Lewis laud British theatre at London awards show

ROUGH CUT - NO REPORTER NARRATION Hollywood actors including Helen Mirren, Hugh Grant and Damian Lewis descended on The Savoy hotel in London on Sunday (November 16) for the Evening Standard Theatre Awards, recognising actors, directors and playwrights working in the West End. Compered by Homeland star Damian Lewis, the Evening Standard, London's free daily newspaper, described the last 12 months as a "remarkable year for theatre," which looked at all performances and productions that opened in London in the 12 months between this and last year's final judges meetings. Mirren was named best actress for her portrayal of Queen Elizabeth II in "The Audience", while the best actor award was split between Rory Kinnear and Adrian Lester as the leads in "Othello". Mirren, who won an Oscar for her portrayal of Queen Elizabeth in Steven Frears's movie "The Queen", said she feels such awards are being given to the queen as much as to her. The award for best play on the London stage went to

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